Five Models Now Open at Ronto’s Seaglass at Bonita Bay High-Rise

As residents continue to move into their new homes in the recently completed Seaglass at Bonita Bay high-rise, The Ronto Group announced that five furnished models are now available for viewing by appointment with a sales associate at the 26-floor, 120-unit luxury tower, including two residences that are available for immediate purchase and move-in. Ronto has processed sales worth more than $160 million at Seaglass and the tower is 70% sold. Three tower great room floor plans are priced from $1,230,000. The tower residences offer expansive 68-foot or 78-foot views of Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Each residence comes with two protected access under-building parking spaces. Private enclosed two-car garages are available.

Robb & Stucky’s Susan Bleda, ASID, Interior Designer Rachelle Porco, Interior Designer Monica Meissner, and Cynthia Bradford, ASID selected the furnishings for the 1604 and 1805 models. Bleda and Porco also created the interior for the residence 804 model, Renee Gaddis, NCIDQ, ASID, GREEN AP, President and Principal Designer of Renee Gaddis Interiors for residence 306, and Cinnabar Design’s Diana Hall, ASID and Laurie Walter, ASID for the residence 605 model. Two models with interiors by Janet Graham at Baer’s Furniture are in development and expected to be available for viewing during in mid-February.

The 1604 residence is priced at $1,995,000. The great room floor plan offers three bedrooms, a den, and three-and-a-half baths with 3,088 square feet under air and 485 square feet of outdoor terrace space. The plan features a private elevator lobby and a foyer with a gallery hallway leading to a living area featuring the spectacular views that are a Seaglass hallmark. Two banks of sliders encompass the west wall of the great room and open to a screened terrace overlooking Estero Bay and the Gulf. An island kitchen flows into a dining area adjacent to the great room. The owner’s suite and both guest suites also open to a screened terrace. Bleda and Porco’s color palette includes off-white, parchment like neutral backgrounds with variations of blue and driftwood grey accents. The palette is complimented by metallic and organic tones and finishes. The flooring is sandy toned porcelain tile.

A sofa with a creamy, nubby fabric anchors the great room’s seating area. Furnishings include two upholstered arm chairs in a soft cream fabric, a white circular table with branch-like legs, a square cocktail table with a sandy parchment top and acrylic legs, and a media credenza with antiqued artisan mirror fronts. The dining area features a two-toned extension table and chairs upholstered in a cream and blue patterned fabric. A parchment wood buffet with a lattice front is placed in the dining area’s wall niche. The island base and perimeter cabinetry in the kitchen are off-white with off-white quartz countertops. Pearl-toned upholstered swivel barstools provide seating at the island. In the master bedroom that opens to a screened terrace, a driftwood grey canopy bed features a parchment-like grasscloth treatment on the headboard and footboard. The nightstands and dresser are finished in the same driftwood grey with acrylic side panels and legs. The master bath features a vanity with off-white cabinetry and an off-white quartz counter. The terrace off the master bedroom and great room includes a gas grill station, a dining area, two creamy outdoor leather chairs, two outdoor leather ottomans, a white frosted rectangular dining table, and white dining chairs.

Meissner and Bradford furnished the 2,889 square feet under air 1805 residence. The floor plan also includes screened and unscreened terraces totaling 464 square feet. Priced at $1,950,000, the three bedroom, three-and-a-half bath, great room plan features tall windows. The plan’s centrally located kitchen includes an immense island. The great room opens to the screened terrace that includes a gas grill. A large dining area includes a niche wall that accommodates a furniture piece. Walk-in closets are included throughout the home.

The designers created a neutral look with emphasis on form and texture. Their selections present a sophisticated quality that evokes a sense of calm. The private elevator lobby, the great room media wall, the master bedroom, and powder bath are wallpapered in soft taupe neutral textures. The painted wall surfaces are presented in an off-white tone that plays against off-white porcelain tile flooring with grey veining. The fabric selections offer multiple textures. Accessories and art pieces provide contrasting color tones. Acrylic accents and beautiful lighting fixtures are found throughout the residence.

In the great room, Meissner and Bradford created a look that includes wood, stone, glass, metal, and chagrin. Furnishings include a curved soft, off-white linen sectional facing the view, two swivel chairs, a media console with a white lacquer cantilevered detail and presented in a faux wrapped chagrin, an acrylic cocktail table with a glass top, and an oval shaped end table with a stainless-steel base and a white stone top. A demilune table behind the sectional features a brushed nickel base and a white stone top.

The dining area features a hand-hewn plank table with a chalk white top and a greyish-brown base. The table seats eight. Two of the dining chairs can flank a buffet in the dining area’s niche to create a more intimate dining setting. The buffet has a concrete finish with a white chalk top. The kitchen’s island and perimeter feature white Shaker-style cabinetry with charcoal grey Cement-Quartz countertops.

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