TGIF! We have had a very stressful week due to our home renovation, and I am ready for a little R&R. The good news is the drywall is up, and we are moving into the fun final stages! Hooray!! I will post an update this weekend, but first I would like to take a little virtual getaway to my Happy Place… Palm Beach. Care to join me?
Last week, Linda from Calling it Home provided an update on her home search, as she will be moving to Naples next year – I am SO excited to have Linda as my “neighbor” here in Florida, BTW!! – and she remarked on how many pink homes we have here. It is true! When we were updating our windows and doors we noticed that our home had actually been painted pink at one time as well! Sadly my husband (who has otherwise been extremely accommodating to my design style) vetoed my campaign to restore our home back to its original color, so we will be sticking with classic white and black shutters instead.
You know I’m completely obsessed with pink, and so naturally I am positively tickled pink by all of these flamingo-hued Florida homes! Let’s take a look inside this one for sale, located on Palm Beach’s prestigious Seaview Avenue.
Doesn’t this home positively exude “Old Florida” Palm Beach Chicness? I am in love!! It also sits on a huge 24,000 square foot lot just a hop, skip, and a jump from the ocean. And with 5,290 square feet, it features 4 bedrooms and 3.5 baths. Due to the sizable lot, the real estate listing boasts, “…you may elect to restore or custom build. A true buying opportunity and priced to sell.” Unfortunately for me, “priced to sell” in Palm Beach comes with a hefty price tag… but for $4.4M this house can be yours! Please someone buy and save this home!!! It would be tragic to see such a lovely piece of history torn down. Click here for the listing.
Can’t get enough of pink houses? Check out this tour of my absolute dream home, located here in Coral Gables. And stay tuned as I have yet another AMAZING pink Palm Beach pad I will be featuring shortly.
Yea or Nay?… would you ever paint the exterior of your home pink?