Three and Four Bedroom Villa Inspired Private Estates
Approximately 3,800 to over 6,100 Square Feet


The residences of 301 Ocean are designed to reflect the quintessential ‘California Style’ – an architectural aesthetic inspired by the early twentieth century works of legendary architects such as Wallace Neff, Addison Mizner and George Washington Smith, whose Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style interpretations left an indelible stamp on the wealthy communities of Florida’s east coast and the affluent neighborhoods throughout California.

Under the artistic direction and vision of Michael Lee, and in partnership with Howard Laks Architects, this collection of individually designed residences reflects the opulent charm of the estate villas that grace the coastal regions of the Mediterranean.

Similar to a private estate villa, every entry door is a reclaimed work of art from a different region of the world that was scouted, reclaimed and restored specifically for each unique residence. Beyond these doors are one-of-a-kind designed interiors that feature a host of luxurious appointments one would expect.

The private estate villas of 301 Ocean are a rarity within the world of new residential construction. This is where architectural authenticity and the ancient elements of a bygone era compliment a contemporary masterpiece of ocean-side living.