The 14,000-square-foot Live-Well Estate with views of the Atlantic was designed to be the healthy home for the young Kutsak family.
Adorned with sophisticated materials, the entire lower level of the house is dedicated to health and relaxation, with hydrotherapy exercise room, steam and sauna room, fitness area, couple’s massage suite, family room with arcade games and pinball machines, screening room, and wine cave.
The upper levels host a master spa suite, bedrooms, living rooms, and bathrooms that are equipped with state-of-the-art technology to respond to each user’s needs.
At night, motorized shades completely black out the sleeping area, promoting deep, restful sleep. Temperature, lighting, and window treatments are all operated via smart technology and are controlled by phones. In the master bedroom, an oversized fireplace facing the bed creates that sense of tranquillity that only a blazing fire can produce, helping the Kutsak wind down in the evening.
The indoor pool includes space for an aqua bike that can be used to increase cardiovascular capacity. Complimenting this, hydro-jets were added to the pool to massage the calves, thighs, and lower back, the muscle groups linked to Michelle’s favorite workout. The couple likes to exercise together, so Michael can work out in the gym adjacent to Michelle’s pool. Both spaces share a view toward a sunken exterior wellness garden, which has a 20 ft fire-ribbon hearth providing a dual-purpose space for socializing and relaxing.
A healthy home that makes it easy for the entire family to work out and relax is the foundation of a sustainable lifestyle for the Kutsak’s, their children, and future generations for years to come.
Wellness Architecture + Interiors