1924 Bougainvillea Street, Sarasota: For Sale

1924 Bougainvillea Street, Sarasota, has been listed and HERE is the MLS listing.

Here is the copy from the listing:

Art in architecture — Near completion, an art modern inspired home designed by Traction Architecture, an award-winning architecture firm whose work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Dwell, Sarasota Magazine, and on the cover of SRQ’s Home of the Year issue. For the Bougainvillea Residence, Traction teamed up with custom homebuilder, Ampersand Construction, also a Home of the Year winner. The design references the art modern style, with streamlined forms, glass corners, smooth surfaces and porthole windows. Clean lines, exposed materials and expanses of glass connect interior and exterior spaces. Upon entering, glass sliders offer views to a backyard oasis with a pool and a 500 square foot two story structure, ideal for a guesthouse, art studio or office. In the main house, high ceilings and bright spaces are perfect for entertaining. Open den features a dramatic glass corner that filters northern light into the home and contains a window seat with treetop views. Functional layout includes 3 bedrooms and spacious master suite with light-filled bonus room, great for an office or gym. A tandem two-car garage has additional space for storage. The home was designed to accommodate a future elevator. Located west of the Trail, in a coveted school district. Minutes from the beach, downtown, the Mall, and Southside Village. Construction to be complete this Spring. Don’t miss this opportunity to live in a one-of-a-kind home that celebrates the art in architecture.

Just Missed Out: Feature in Sarasota Magazine

Though we missed a mention by a fluke, Sarasota Magazine just did a piece on our client, Red Bridge Investments and our project at 1924 Bougainvillea Street. In fact, the 1827 Loma Linda house we completed with DSDG and Mark Sultana is also mentioned, as is Chris Leader of Leader Design Studio who we will be building with this summer. Coincidentally, the concrete floors at the Seagrape House by Traction Architecture, as well as the rest of these houses, were polished by our sister company Sarasota Superfloors.

The article:

On the Homefront: News and Notes from the Real Estate Market

News and notes from the Sarasota real estate market.

Author: Ilene Denton

New modernist homes are popping up in the popular West of Trail area, better known for traditional bungalows, stucco ranches and newer Med-Rev residences. Guy Peterson’s Spencer House on South Orange Avenue has the highest profile, but a block north, Chris Leader of Leader Design Studio is completing a modern residence for a former Lido Shores couple, and Mark Sultana of DSDG has built a handful (including one for his own family).

Lisa Gialdini’s new-home project at 1924 Bougainvillea is the latest. She’s hired Jody Beck and Ross-Alan Tisdale of Tampa’s Traction Architecture (their Seagrape House was featured in our December issue) to design a 3,300-square-foot home with high-end finishes, pool and separate 500-square-foot guesthouse. Slated for completion in March, it will be offered for sale at around $1.3 million.

Gialdini is a tax attorney who lived and worked in Russia for 20 years, and she named her company Red Bridge Investments for Russia’s Krasnymost, or Red Bridge. In Russia, “I was used to living in small spaces where I had to use every available square inch I could,” she says, “and I wanted to make sure the Bougainvillea house is as user-friendly as possible.”

She’s purchased three other West of Trail properties for future redevelopment. Two are on Goldenrod, and the other is on Shoreland. All will have clean lines, she promises. “I don’t go in for a lot of frou-frou,” she says.

1924 Bougainvillea – West of Trail – Update

The project with Traction Architecture on Bougainvillea is progressing nicely. Our vendors are in full swing installing their wares. Wicked Smart Homes and DRH Plumbing have done their respective rough-ins and both Avery Roof Services and Universal Windows have completed their installs. We have had Jansen Insulation foam the house and are watching Mizell Stucco clean up the outsides while Sarasota Superfloors hones and polishes the concrete floors.

 

The first tenant of Green Building is a clean worksite.

 

We are eagerly awaiting the arrival of Water Designs and the commencement of the new pool.

Please stay tuned for more updates.

 

1924 Bougainvillea Street, Sarasota: West of Trail: Progress Report

The second floor is up and Avery Roofing has installed the roof on the 1924 Bougainvillea Street (map) house for Red Bridge Investments. Universal Windows should have our CGI windows coming along with the Windoor sliders. Sarasota Superfloors have begun grinding and polishing the concrete floors.

Sarasota Superfloors grinding and polishing the concrete floors.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions you may have / should you care for a site visit.

Sarasota West of Trail New Construction: 1924 Bougainvillea Street

We are making great progress on the spec house for Red Bridge Investments on Bougainvillea and the remodel of the guest house in the rear. Otto Jordan masonry is laying block as fast as they can. We have a bit of competition as Emerald Homes and D.R. Horton are building across the street. Please call for an appointment to visit the project.

The Landings Sarasota Remodel: Peregrine Point Circle // Before & After, Part II

After Remodel

After Remodel

This is Part II of our Peregrine Point Circle “Before & After” blog series. Our client purchased a dated, 1980s home in The Landings which required a top-down remodel. We will be doing a series of blog entries with “before and after” shots. The clean and modern feel of the home at present is a wonderful combination of current updates blended with period-specific selections and finishes.

Before Remodel

Before Remodel

This entry is dedicated to the kitchen of the home. We are loving the results.

The Landings Sarasota Remodel: Peregrine Point Circle // Before & After

Our client purchased a dated, 1980s home in The Landings which required a top-down remodel. We will be doing a series of blog entries with “before and after” shots. The clean and modern feel of the home at present is a wonderful combination of current updates blended with period-specific selections and finishes.
This entry is dedicated to the front exterior and the pool area.

Before Remodel

After Remodel

Before Remodel

After Remodel