Casa Paraiso challenges the nomenclature of design and refuge for premier Oceanfront Living. Vanishing walls open up the heart of it’s living space directly onto the blue Pacific Ocean and sandy beach, while massive art walls and fireplaces warm your soul. It’s difficult to choose which venue within this resplendent vocabulary of creature comforts beckons to you the most. It is likely to be the oceanfront pool cabana that sits at the base of this large 10,852 square foot oceanfront parcel, with its uncanny solitude and integral warm fireplace to become your favorite place to watch the waves crash at your feet, while enjoying a glorious Gold Coast sunset. Designed by architect Ed Lorbach, the 7,831 soft modern, four bedroom home echoes the relaxed, and minimalist, warm taste. Limestone floors are complemented by soft, earth tone woodwork and cabinetry. A light-filled central courtyard and an oceanfront pool simply pulls you to the outdoors, giving you a remarkable sense of being one with the earth, while inside this magnificent home; function is not lost to form. No oversite of high tech, modern day, structural engineering and gadgetry opportunities were overlooked, including mechanical lifts in the oversized garage allowing for a total of four cars, solar panels, as well as a full smart home system and one-touch lighting and window covering controls. The family-friendly layout has an extraordinary recluse for the Master bedroom, bath, and wardrobe. A Trophy to call home.