PORT ST. LUCIE HOMES
With a seashore feel to it, the guest bedroom opens out to the pool courtyard.
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refrigerator, and the cabinet makers added
the same patterned panels to the breakfast
bar. “I can cook for 12 to 18 people in this
kitchen,” Barb says. “I love to bake and I
can be up to my elbows in flour, and all
I have to do is reach over and bump the
faucet and it turns on.”
With four bedrooms, 3,000 square feet
and fewer house guests, the Hazards have
decided to move to a 3,000-square-foot,
two-bedroom home currently under construction
in Port St. Lucie. “It is going be
our last house, not quite a farmhouse style,
but transitional with lots of grays and
whites,” Barb says.
“Our house here has a lifetime of memories,”
she says, “We have had wine parties
where everyone ended up in the pool.”
The Hazards have always had two cars,
but Dan recently had to sell his Corvette
to make room in the garage for the huge
stack of furniture that will be going into
their new home when it is finished. They
plan to sell most of the furniture before
“We now have a new palette and we get
so excited,” Barb says.
The Vineyard courtyard pool home is
listed by Andrew Szaniszlo at Keller Williams
Realty Port St. Lucie for $445,800. E
The formal dining room has views of the backyard preserve and like much of the house is a bit of a museum with artifacts from trips abroad.