This home set the high price per square foot in this neighborhood. This was an old “grandma” ranch house that had the tiny red brick fireplace, no pool, no landscaping, old carpet throughout, popcorn ceilings, and broken up into small rooms. The kitchen and living room were opened up and the bathrooms knocked out the back of the house to make enormous, over-sized rooms. A portion of the huge garage and storage spaces were recaptured into a master walk-in closet complete with seating, shoe storage for 100 pairs, European-style cabinets that hid the clothing behind wood veneer doors and, of course, a chandelier. The floors were a graphite porcelain in a 24 x 36 rectangular tile that look very similar to a terrazzo. The cabinets were in a graphite wood veneer for the bases and ultra high gloss white uppers and pantry. Top of the line appliances finished off the kitchen. The pool and spa were added with a raised bond beam for lounge chairs, dining area and provided the ability to install three sheer decent waterfalls. The bathrooms had terrazzo walls and completely open (no glass) showers because the rooms were so huge. In wall Toto toilets were also a key in making the baths look expansive. The house was sold turn key with all furnishings and artwork.