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Carnegie-Pedigreed 'Lucindia' Beach Estate Wants $4.9M

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Located on a peninsula of land between the St. Lucie and Indian River called Sewall's Point, Fla., this insanely luxe estate was originally built for William Carnegie—the nephew of famed industrialist Andrew Carnegie—in the 1920s. Now on the market for $4.995M, the 8,192-square-foot property—officially named the The William Carnegie Estate but known around town as Lucindia—offers much of the original Addison Mizner-inspired Mediterranean style architecture, despite some subdivision and remodeling in the 1960s. The massive ballroom and and 22-foot high living room on the main floor are still covered in ornately carved antique cypress beams, for example, and the entryway has its original mahogany flooring. Other clutch amenities include a heated pool and waterfall, an ice cream parlor, an art room, and a guest house. Most important of all, the 2.2 acre property enjoys a huge stretch of personal waterfront access. Do have a look:

· 71 S. River Road, Stuart, FL [Architecture for Sale]
· Annual home tour celebrates Stuart's heritage [TC Palm]