Pembroke Jones had the pick of the Litter, why shouldn't you? Back in 1900, Pembroke Jones owned some 6,000 acres including the 2,200 acre park that is now Landfall and chose this high waterfront parcel to build his 13 bedroom mansion. Today, the site is home to a completely renovated/updated 6,000 square foot brick masterpiece with new slate roof. The 1.3 acre lot rises to a 30' bluff and overlooks Landfall's 4 acre Temple Garden. An open floor plan includes vaulted ceilings, first and second floor master suites. A total of 5 bedrooms, 5 baths provide an elegant yet casual setting for the family lucky enough to call 1247 Great Oaks home. A terraced blue stone covered porch overlooks a beautifully landscaped gunite pool with entire back yard enclosed with a brick wall.
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Listing Courtesy ofIntracoastal Realty Corp