The 4,650-square-foot house in The Ramble Biltmore Forest is a standout because it’s one of the first contemporary homes in the master-planned community.
Mark Goldberg (left) and Jeff Sadagursky designed and decorated their dream home, where pups Izzi and Gracie rule the roost.
In the great room, clerestory windows allow in ample light. The floor-to-ceiling marble fireplace and inviting views through large sliding glass doors vie for attention.
While works by local artists are displayed throughout, many furnishings were sourced online.
The sleek, modern hardware in the half bath was purchased from a store in Fort Lauderdale.
The kitchen, a replica of the one the couple revamped at their old house, features custom cabinetry and granite countertops.
In the master suite, the open bathroom, with a tub, dual shower, and access to a private deck, is quite the dream.
The bedroom, with access to the back deck, and a separate walk-in closet complete the 700-square-foot sanctuary.
A metal Earth fire pit draws guests outside, while 1,575 square feet of covered porch and patio hold an outdoor kitchen, ample seating areas, and a hot tub.
The aviator-inspired office furniture, found at Restoration Hardware, is a nod to Sadagursky’s career in the airline industry.
A downstairs guest bathroom features linen-textured handmade tiles from Japan.
The long porch is a dream for entertaining, with an outdoor kitchen at the far end.
A modern bar cart makes entertaining easy.
The office, featuring furnishings from Restoration Hardware