Photo courtesy of Nicole Rader, Florida Choice Realty Inc.
Photo courtesy of Nicole Rader, Florida Choice Realty Inc.
Photo courtesy of Nicole Rader, Florida Choice Realty Inc.

SPONSORED: This 4,811 SF home in the Lake Highland neighborhood [Gmap] is so special that has its own name, “Rosabella.”

Rosabella is a Mediterranean-styled home that blends old-world craftsmanship with state-of-the-art technology, making it an eco-friendly work of art.
The home is situated on a corner lot, directly across the street from Lake Highland Preparatory School and minutes away from shops in Mills 50 and Ivanhoe Village.

Stroll through the open dining room with a tray ceiling to reach the gourmet Chef’s Kitchen featuring old-world cabinets and modern Thermador appliances.

The home features two Owner’s Retreats both upstairs and downstairs with spa-style master bathrooms that feature bubble and multi-colored LED light therapy tubs, separate showers, his/her vanities and more.

A circular staircase with a 26 foot ceiling leads to the second story master bedroom, but first you have to cross a glass tiled bridge.

The upstairs also features third and fourth bedrooms (each with their own baths and walk-in closets) an entertainment space with game room, wet bar, study, theater room, and a powder room.

The home has an option for an elevator, comes with a three-car garage and a paved motor court.

The building was designed to be water and energy efficient as well as fire, mold, and hurricane resistant.

The asking price is $1,295,000.

For more information and a virtual tour, click HERE.

To schedule a showing, contact Nicole Rader, Florida Choice Realty Inc., at 407-484-4743.

Brendan O'Connor

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  1. Of course it’s a sponsored link. But if you go about three blocks down on the corner of Marks and Laurel is the most unique and beautiful home in all of Orlando. It’s an English castle with a medieval feel and beautiful ancient oaks. True charm.

  2. I remember going through this house when it was partially constructed and abandoned for a few years….there were homeless living inside, littered with trash and it smelled of urine…glad to see someone cleaned it up but it’s a hard image to get out of my head. Still happy it is complete and no longer a burden on the hood.

  3. It also has no yard or privacy, not sure how they are gonna fit a pool there. Good luck selling at that price point.

  4. I see this house every other day since in sorta my neighborhood. As a designer in various trends I don’t see anything spectacular about this home. The location for that type of asking price isn’t all that great since it’s right in front of a high school. The road to get there is terrible paved and will destroy your car. I looked through the photos and I didn’t even see a photo of the pool? Is that even built? The house does not go with the neighborhood style and just because it has ceramic roof tile doesn’t quite make it Mediterranean. Lol this house belongs in one of those pretentious winter park neighborhoods with exaggerated homes.

  5. On the other hand, I’m glad that its sellers are subsidizing Bungalower. At least they’re doing something useful with their money.

  6. I have long thought that that is the ugliest house in Orlando. Can anyone top it?

  7. And it’s literally made out of styrofoam! When the sea levels rise, and Orlando is underwater, it’ll float just fine (major selling point, IMO).

  8. So special it has a name? So pretentious, you mean.
    It’s a behemoth, an eyesore that has taken way too long to build and a faux Mediterranean McMansion out of character with the neighborhood.