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The three sections that make up the bay-skimming architecture of Vita at Grove Isle are called Mare, Luce, and Sole–the Italian words for water, light, and sun; and the poetry of this design is that every residence at Vita includes unprecedented doses of all three. Designed to complement the island’s intimacy, each residence not only looks out on the bay but becomes aesthetically integrated with it. You don’t just see the water; you live with it in a space where sunlight roams unobstructed via floor-to-ceiling windows built to receive and refract the light throughout the home all day.
Here, we explore Residence Mare 202, a 3,613-square-foot home with 1,456 square feet of outdoor space and four bedrooms and four and a half baths. It's a space whose expanses encourage a feeling of freeing the body and mind to their furthest possible reaches, just like the sea itself.
Let’s begin with the bayfront terrace and the rooms that open onto it. Because these Coconut Grove homes for sale are designed purposefully to skim the very shore of the island, the feeling of intimacy with the water on this 1,300-square-foot outdoor space becomes the anchor of the home. Because of its grand expanse, the design possibilities seem endless. You can stay minimal with a focus on the sky and sea as your backdrop to outdoor lounging and dining. It’s also a perfect canvas for a tropically inflected garden where both climbing and potted plants can create a lush green retreat that will literally bring the outdoors home. The master bedroom opens onto this 18-foot deep terrace, making it an extension of that room as well, a place where you can come for a sunrise yoga session by the sea straight from your bed without waking the rest of the house.
The sprawling dining and living spaces are also steeped in that indoor/outdoor environment that Vita was designed for. Imagine sunset dinners with the smell of the sea wafting in or a quiet nightcap in the living room surrounded by sea and stars. The sound of the waves and the visual and tactile details of the decor bring Vita to a level of luxury not yet seen even in Miami.
The three additional bedrooms, including a junior suite, each have their own bathroom and walk-in closet. For those who love to cook, you can mix local seafood with fresh herbs from your own terrace garden in the kitchen, where you’ll find the Italian touch that gives Mare 202 its European accent via wood and lacquer cabinetry designed by Molteni&C and state-of-the-art Miele appliances.
As part of Ugo Colombo’s remarkable vision for Vita at Grove Isle, Residence Mare 202 embodies every luxury. Contact the Vita team today to find out how you can experience day-to-day life in a home that’s as close as it gets to a dream.