Hey there, fellow enthusiasts of all things lavish and luxurious!
I am absolutely bursting with excitement to share a monumental achievement in my journey as a Real Estate Photographer – I had the incredible privilege of photographing three out of the five most expensive homes sold in Brevard County in 2023! 🏡💫
Being entrusted with the visual storytelling of these opulent properties is nothing short of an honor. It’s not just about capturing walls and spaces; it’s about immortalizing the dreams and aspirations of my clients who achieved remarkable results in the real estate market.
Behind the Lens of Luxury
As I stood behind the lens of each of these architectural marvels, I couldn’t help but feel the weight of responsibility and pride. Each click of the shutter wasn’t just about documenting a property; it was about translating the essence of a lifestyle, the embodiment of success, and the epitome of elegance.
The Homes that Stole the Spotlight
Let’s take a peek at these extraordinary residences that graced the Brevard County real estate market in 2023:
8645 S. State Road A1A Melbourne Beach: This oceanfront fortress ranked at number five in the 2023 Top 5. Sandwiched between two nature preserves, it offers its owners solitude and peaceful surroundings. Built in 2020, the home provides an abundance of modern features and style. This estate was listed by David Settgast with One Sotheby’s International and closed for $4.9 million.
3380 N. Riverside Drive Indialantic: Coming in at number three, this stunning French Chateau inspired home was originally built and occupied by the former CEO of Harris Corp, Phil Farmer, and his wife Jeanne. The riverfront estate has mature, well manicured landscaping, a SEVEN car garage, and over 8600 sqft of living space in the main house alone. Listed and sold by Stephanie Moss Dandridge of One Sotheby’s International for $5.5 million.
205 Hacienda Drive on Merritt Island: Also known as Hacienda del Sol and tied for number one last year, this property is unlike any other and holds some true celebrity status. It was once owned by Dave Thomas, the founder of fast-food chain Wendy’s, and has also been called “The White House of the South” due to the number of noteworthy visitors including presidents who have stayed here. Most recently this Spanish style, mini-resort of a property was visited by Martha Stewart who chose to occupy her time there during a travel delay. Full story on that here. Aside from its fame, this unique property offers 22,000 sqft of living space, a 50,000 gallon saltwater pool, 11 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It was listed and sold by Stephanie Moss Dandridge of One Sotheby’s International for $6 million.
A Visual Symphony of Success
Being part of this real estate spectacle is more than just a feather in my cap; it’s a testament to the power of visuals in the real estate industry. It’s about creating a visual symphony that resonates with potential buyers, evokes emotions, and ultimately contributes to the success of these high-profile transactions.
Gratitude and Beyond
I want to express my deepest gratitude to the incredible clients who entrusted me with the task of bringing their properties to life visually. It’s an honor to contribute to their success stories, and I can’t wait to see what the future holds.
So, here’s to the art of capturing luxury, the joy of contributing to success stories, and the exciting visual journeys that lie ahead. Stay tuned for more captivating stories through my lens!