On behalf of the 2019 Cultural Center Home Tour Committee, staff, Board of Directors, and those served by our art and outreach programs, we would like to thank you for participating in this year’s Home & Art Tour and making it not only possible but the largest tour yet.

 

If you were lucky enough to attend the Benefactor Reception on Thursday night, you actually got to tour an eighth beautiful home. Brad and Joy Scott graciously opened their home to host a kickoff reception and give everyone a taste of what they would see on Saturday’s tour. The home was built by Brad Scott and the interior was tastefully designed by Joy Scott. Hanging on the walls you can see art done by the family, including Brad and his daughter Carolyn.

 

This year we encouraged visitors to vote for their favorite home, entitling the owners to the grand prize of bragging rights until next year’s tour. Here is a round-up of the highlights and what you might have missed out on if you couldn’t make it or didn’t get a chance to visit every home.

 

The Kolisek Home

Sawgrass Country Club

This coastal traditional condo boasts oceanfront views to be enjoyed from a chaise lounge or window seat and a relaxed beach feel. The interior design was done by Kelly Canada and features visually interesting details like cypress beams in the front bedroom and wall textures in the bathrooms.

 

 

The Wilson Home

Marsh Landing

 

        

 

This home showcases classic Southwestern style. Details range from the intricate ceiling finishes to the mosaic tile design in the living room. Notable pieces include the Kiva gas fireplace and a coffee table in the living room featuring an antique key collection from the 1600s.

Interior design was done by Susan Du Pepe from Santa Fe, New Mexico. The house is synonymous with uniqueness with features including a Native American pottery collection, Shaman blessed teepee poles in the kitchen ceiling, and the first infinity pool in Marsh Landing.

 

The Barr Home

Marsh Landing

 

This home provides a light and airy living space thanks to an abundance of natural light and walls of glass. Spaces of note include the sophisticated entryway and chef’s kitchen as well as the tiki bar.

 

The Allen Home

Marsh Landing

 

 
 
 


Surrounded by tropical landscaping, this home boasts both a front and courtyard entry. Unique light fixtures illuminate everything to be seen within the house- including musician collectibles, sports collectibles, a collection of Steve Barton paintings, and artwork done by the owner.

 

The Wilson Home & Art Studio

Marsh Landing

What could be a better stop on the Home & Art Tour than a home that also serves as the owner’s working art studio? This home was designed and built for the furniture inside. Features include European-inspired limestone floors as well as murals painted by the owner in many rooms. There are also painted draperies on the walls in the family room, creating a perfect artistic touch.

 

 

The Enright Home

The Plantation

Originally built by the Revlon family, this beautiful plantation-style home was designed by Amanda Webster and is nothing short of luxurious. Among the impressive custom features is a Le Cornue French Palais range in a custom aqua shade, making the kitchen one of the most unique in the country. The master suite includes fully custom his-and-hers closets, overflow closets, and an absolutely dreamy master bath adorned with granite, marble, and seashell mosaic. The owners have on display numerous artworks including original Norman Rockwell and Itzchak Tarkay.

 

 

The Puente Home

San Juan Drive

This stunning minimalist home was designed by Mark Macco architecture and built by Rick Morales. Using a contemporary/traditional design this home provides multiple open living spaces, all with plenty of natural light- with the focal points of the open living area downstairs being the beautiful, fireplace (by J. Turner & Co. Sawgrass Village) and custom dining table. The oak dining table, designed by the owners and built Bill Loehle at W&L Cabinetry, weighs hundreds of pounds and was assembled in-home to be a semi-permanent fixture. Wood and stone details can be appreciated from the bathrooms, to the kitchen, to the light and bright staircase and upstairs living area.The homeowners worked with Gail Cooper at Spratt Design Inc. to finish the interior. The exterior is not to be overlooked either, as the swimming pool and patio area are beautiful and the porch on the second story offers a relaxing view of the golf course. This home was featured on the cover of the Home & Art Tour program and clearly continued to stand out from the rest because it received the most votes for favorite home by the end of the tour! Congratulations to the Puentes on being able to say you officially own the Best House of 2019! Be sure to follow us on Instagram and like us on Facebook to see more photos and stay up to date!

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Amanda Fournier is the Communications Intern for The Cultural Center at Ponte Vedra Beach. She is currently a Public Relations student at the University of North Florida.

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