Tim Savage of Gulf Coast International Properties Lists and Sells Property in Port Royal for $5.45 Million

Posted by Vicki Tracy — July 10, 2018

Gulf Coast International Properties logo3777 Gordon DriveNAPLES, FL - Gulf Coast International Properties is pleased to announce Tim Savage representing the listing and sale at 3777 Gordon Drive in Port Royal for $5,450,000.

Recognized by the SWFL Chapter of the American Institute of Architects in 2002, this charming and iconic "Boathouse" boasts 2,900 square feet of air-conditioned space, an additional 1,800 square feet of covered, dual-boat storage and two large uncovered slips. Ideal for the boating enthusiast that has an appreciation for those rare things that are nearly impossible to find. Modest. Simple. Quality. Three words that describe this endeavor. Truly a feat to create this home in today's building environment. 3777 Gordon DrivePenned and recreated by Dwight Oakley, the 1930's Boathouse captures incredible, sweeping vistas of Champney Bay behind from nearly every room, and affords inspiring sunset views of the Gulf of Mexico from the front terrace's incredible elevation. Oakley salvaged sections of the original structure and reintroduced them on the interior as non-structural trim moldings and beams capturing the essence of a bygone era. Truly the only home of its kind on the shores of Naples.

 

For more information please contact:

Tim Savage at 239.821.7576 or Tim@gcipnaples.com

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