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Plans submitted for second massive lakefront home in Winter Park – Orlando Sentinel

Adjacent lots on Park Avenue in Winter Park will soon become adjacent construction sites.

According to a report in GrowthSpotter, plans for a 11,983-square-foot home at 1190 N Park Ave. have just been submitted to the city's Planning and Zoning Department under the name “1190 North Park Avenue Land Trust.”

According to public records, the owners are Mark and Chloe Daley, who purchased the approximately 5-acre property late last year for $6.85 million.

With additional porches and garages, the proposed home is slightly larger than the neighboring home at 1180 N. Park Ave, which has 12,825 square feet of living space.

Double-height windows and balconies maximize the views of Lake Maitland from the rear of the house. (Rendering by Geoffrey Mouen Architect)

The city's Planning and Zoning Board approved the plans for this home at its May 7 meeting. According to the city, the next step is to go through the usual permitting process and then construction can begin.

Next door, Geoffrey Moen Architects is designing the two-story building at 1190 N Park Ave with 7,391 square feet on the ground floor and another 4,592 square feet on the second floor. A grand staircase from the foyer leads to the second floor, but there is also a second staircase from the kitchen and an elevator.

Two of the upstairs bedrooms have private balconies with glass railings to take full advantage of the views of Lake Maitland and the expansive infinity pool.

Landscape architects at Mills Design Group took the lead on the outdoor space. The pool offers multiple areas for entertaining, sitting and relaxing, both in and out of the water. Seating areas and multiple fire pits flank the pool. For recreation, there is a tennis court in front of the house and a new boathouse.

The outdoor area will feature a huge new infinity pool, as well as a spa and sundeck. A new jetty and tennis court are also planned. (Rendering by Mills Design Group)
The outdoor area will feature a huge new infinity pool, as well as a spa and sundeck. A new jetty and tennis court are also planned. (Rendering by Mills Design Group)
The outdoor kitchen opens to a multi-level plaza with fire pits, water features and plenty of lounge seating. (Rendering by Mills Design Group)
The outdoor kitchen opens to a multi-level plaza with fire pits, water features and plenty of lounge seating. (Rendering by Mills Design Group)

Also featured on the main level are an office, dining room, family room, two-story great room with pool views on one side and a spiral staircase on the other, and a club room with wine cellar. An elevator is located near the main staircase and near another staircase that leads between floors.

The kitchen features two kitchen islands and a breakfast area with multiple doors leading outside to a covered outdoor kitchen and lounge area.

On the other side of the kitchen are a playroom and laundry room. A pantry connects the prep areas to the dining room.

The house would have eight bedrooms, including the owner's suite, a mother-in-law suite and two guest suites above the garages. (Rendering by Geoffrey Mouen Architect)
The house would have eight bedrooms, including the owner's suite, a mother-in-law suite and two guest suites above the garages. (Rendering by Geoffrey Mouen Architect)

Upstairs, there are two wings connected by a balcony that overlooks the great room. Plans include a mother-in-law suite and four additional en-suite bedrooms, as well as a study, movie theater, bar, golf simulator and gym.

From the street, a sweeping driveway leads to a checkerboard parking lot with a central fountain. Multi-car garages are located on two sides, with the entrance to the house in front. Above each garage is a guest suite of approximately 30 square meters.

Homebuilder Charlie Clayton's late parents, Joan and Charles Clayton, lived in the house that once stood on this property. The vacant lot was sold in October 2023 after the house on it was demolished.

The Winter Park Planning and Zoning Board will review plans for the house at 1190 N Park Ave. at its June 11 meeting.

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