LANDMARKED JOHN VOLK 1931 RESTORED MEDITERRANEAN REVIVAL-STYLE VILLA NOW FOR SALE
One of Palm Beach’s most prestigious streets is El Bravo Way, between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway. The street has very interesting homes on it. One is Casa de Copia (“House of Abundance”). Retaining the integrity of Volk’s architecture while adding modern features, pecky-cypress millwork and patterned terra-cotta floors open to a beautifully landscaped and private courtyard terrace and pool, located near a grand and elegant banyan tree. Within the 6800 sq ft of living space there are 5 bedrooms, 5 baths and two half-baths. A library is off the foyer, with built-in cypress cabinetry and double doors leading to a spacious mater bedoom. French doors then lead to a secluded garden terrace. Completing the private master wing there is a custom-fitted office, luxuriously appointed bath and expansive walk-in closets. Upstairs on the second floor there are three bedrooms with en-suite baths. There is also a window-lined sitting room that could become an exercise room, with a balcony overlooking the pool. A separate staff wing, accessed by the rear staircase, has a bedroom, bath and pressing room.