A nearly 12-acre estate that includes a mansion, guesthouse, barn and tennis court in Seminole County’s Chuluota neighborhood recently sold for $3.49 million.
The seven-bedroom manse at 3018 Kingfisher Pt. spans about 12,580 square feet and consists of eight-and-a-half bathrooms, a British-style pub, home theater and a private office with floor-to-ceiling cypress paneling and its own private entrance.
According to a deed recorded in Seminole County, Don Victor Cisternino and LoriAnn Quasky are the buyers. Cisternino is the founder and principal of New York-based talent management company MagnifiCo Inc. Quasky is its vice president in marketing.
The sellers are Charlie and Maureen Caprara. Charlie Caprara is part of the family-owned car dealership company F.X. Caprara Car Cos. Records show the couple bought the home in 2018 for $2.6 million.
Steve Healy with Corcoran Premier Realty had the most recent listing. Chocky Burks, also with Corcoran Premier Realty, represented the buyers.
According to online marketing material, the property hit the market in January and sold for about $4,000 more than its $3.495 million asking price.
Notable features include a private owners suite with a walk-in shower, spa-style soaking tub, his and hers vanities and modern custom cabinetry.
The large covered lanai outside features an expansive summer kitchen with an open bar, stainless grill, stone decking and a working fireplace. The estate also includes a pool and spa area, tennis court, five-stall barn and a separate two-bedroom guest house.
Chulutoa resides east of Oviedo, between Little Big Econ State Forest and the University of Central Florida.