Welcome to tropical modernism. Built in 1968, “Woodsong” was designed to follow the contour of the palm trees around it. As a result, there are three separate buildings, with a 90-foot lap pool connecting them. You can swim from the living room pavilion to the dining pavilion, then float over to the bedroom pavilion for a nap.

Photo by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

In Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic Mid-Century Modern style, architect Alfred Browning Parker wanted this home, where he lived, to amplify the property’s natural surroundings – so he kept the trees and fitted the home around them.

Photo by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

“It’s probably one of the finest palm gardens in south Florida,” said Gary Hecht of The Cherry Group at ONE Sotheby’s International Realty. He and his wife Sylvia Cherry sold the unique residence in April 2017 for $2.05 million.

Photo by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

The living and dining pavilions include second-floor sleeping lofts that can also double as offices or libraries. The master suite pavilion is three stories high, with a den over the pool on the first floor, a bathroom surrounded by windows on the second floor, and a third level with just three walls that’s an open-air bedroom.

Photo by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

For added luxury, there’s also a lagoon, waterfall, sauna and cabana shower room.

Photo by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

Built of Honduran mahogany and brass nails, Woodsong offers a rich warmth seldom found in newly build homes. “A smell like wood permeates the lot; you can smell it out on the street,” Hecht said.

Top image by James Irwin of PlanOmatic.

Originally published September 2, 2016.

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