Tucked away on historic Beach Drive and overlooking St. Andrew's Bay, this bold and distinctive contemporary masterpiece, peers behind the 2nd oldest registered Hickory tree in the state of Florida. Sophisticated harmony is found throughout this spacious 4 bedroom 4 bath residence perfect for active owners but also lending itself to frequent entertaining. Architect Russell Johnson with interiors by renowned Architectural Digest designer, Juan Montoya, together have succeeded in balancing angles and circular forms beautifully in this "California lifestyle" inspired work of livable modern art. The ultra-modern all aluminum kitchen itself reads as a "whose who" of wish list features including 2" honed slate countertops, duel integral system sub zero refrigerators, two Gaggenau ovens, Miele hood over the island cook top, and imported Poggenpohl cabinets. Framed by a half moon window extending the length of the 20' wall, it is a dream kitchen for the gourmet chef. Classic balance of the elements of warm Mahogany wood floors and ceilings, Zinc metal lines, and glass round windows creates an understated elegance that less is more throughout the entire home. Elements are repeated and unite the home allowing maximum natural light flowing in the open floor plan. The great room features a soaring 24' mahogany and zinc curved ceiling, mahogany window casings flanked by bay and landscaped garden views on one side and heated salt water lap pool views on the other. First floor library features built in curved wall to ceiling bookcase and art display nooks. First floor guest room opens to the reflecting pool. A stainless and wood floating staircase with glass and steel railings leads to an interior balcony and breezeway that overlooks the great room and opens to a south facing bay front balcony. Master suite is a peaceful retreat with round moon floor to ceiling window inviting nature and views into the peaceful setting.