Located on Harbor Island, nestled between the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean, this waterfront resort residence is a modern marvel of engineering as timeless as the vistas surrounding it. Architecturally exposed structural steel, cast-in-place concrete, and Fleetwood fenestration form a stunning canvas for truly luxurious fixtures and finishes. No expense has been spared with eco-friendly design decisions, including the Geothermal Mechanical System, built indoors to last for years to come, Crestron Home Automation, and Photovoltaic System. Floor-to-ceiling windows blur the line between indoors and out, embracing the landscape and seashore from every room. Designed for recreation, the polished concrete floors of the interior pair with Ipe ceilings, and architecturally sawn white oak and American walnut wall panels inlaid with African Wenge. Exquisite entertaining spaces are rivaled only by the views beyond them. The ground-level aquatics center provides the perfect setting for a dip in the 25-meter negative edge lap pool, heated for year-round comfort, while the rooftop terrace offers a space for relaxation and stunning sunset views. The North Carolina coast grants more than just sweeping ocean views: a private deep-water marina and boathouse constructed of structural steel, concrete, and Ipe make for a golden ticket to the best of seaside living. A fifty-foot floating dock awaits a yacht, with a 24,000lb boat lift and ample dockage for auxiliary watercraft.