Four private suites? Yes, please. Every bedroom in this chic modern farmhouse boasts an adjoining bathroom, with the master suite’s one especially impressive (check out the double vanities, central shower, and separate tub, along with two walk-in closets). In the middle of the home, the ultra-open layout feels fresh and modern. After a meal in the open dining room, step out to the spacious back lanai.
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