September 15, 2016

BUILD, LLC has been chosen to build a custom family retreat on Manasota Key. Manasota Key, a quiet island south of Venice, is known to have “Florida’s least crowded best beaches.” This two-story modern style home designed by Inbar Architecture, will be situated on a two-acre wooded lot with panoramic views of Lemon Bay. Included within the property is a private island with boat and fishing docks.

This custom home will be constructed with green features as well as LEED certification. Built for multi-family entertainment, this sanctuary has eight suites with four on each floor. The upstairs suites are complete with exposed air balconies. An open living area features a kitchen, dining, family, and living room. The living room contains a game table for nightly entertainment. Additional leisure activity can be found upstairs in the art studio. This home offers spacious storage with its golf bag cabinet, fishing gear cabinet, bicycle and general storage.

Green features include solar paneling, a tankless gas water heater, HVAC equipment, well, and pool/spa heating.

Outdoor amenities are comprised of a garden, swimming and kid’s pool, fire pit, and a pool cabana that offers a BBQ kitchen, bar and an all-purpose lounging room.

Yehuda Inbar. a talented architect based out of Sarasota, is known for his unique approach of combining beauty and function.

BUILD LLC is an award winning General Contractor with experience in remodeling and building custom homes throughout Florida.

Sarasota Magazine

Williams Residence

By: Bob Plunket
August 2014

This month, Bob Plunket gives us a peek into one of downtown Sarasota’s hottest pieces of real estate: A Tuscan-style bayfront home. In Sarasota, they say it’s all about the view, a point this 8,500-square-foot home on prestigious Bay Point Drive proves once and for all. Step into the two-story living area and there it is—the downtown skyline, surprisingly close, with the perfect arch of the Ringling Bridge to your left and the tropical greenery of Selby Gardens to your right.

In a word, breathtaking.

The home, designed by Sarasota architect Yehuda Inbar, presents a Tuscan-inspired façade to the world, with a grand exterior staircase complete with a pond, and a columned loggia overlooking manicured gardens—perhaps the nicest on a street known for its gardens. Once inside, the main living area rises more than 20 feet in height, culminating with a wooden ceiling. Floors are also wood, with marble and tile insets. French doors lead out to a terrace overlooking an infinity-edged lap pool and that incredible view. You and your guests can also admire it from an outdoor gazebo, complete with fireplace, or from the deep-water dock.

If the exterior of the home suggests Italy, the interior is a more contemporary mix of traditional styles. The kitchen is particularly elegant. Tucked away at one end of the living area, it features a semicircular dining booth for informal meals and an array of high-end appliances. There seems to be two or three of everything, all clad in walnut paneling. An antique butcher block counter top adds an old-fashioned touch.
Williams Colonnade into Living Room
The master bedroom (complete with kitchenette) is located on the main level, as is the wood-paneled office, from which a circular stairway leads up to a very private library. There are three more bedrooms on the upper level, each with its own bath and a shared gathering area, perfect for visiting grandchildren. The lower level contains parking for eight cars and extensive storage.

It is often said that Harbor Acres is the best area in town. Not so. That honor goes to the small peninsula to the north, where our Home of the Month is located. Here you’ll find serious Old Florida money, including the Lindsay family of Herald-Tribune fame and our former Congresswoman, Katherine Harris. This home more than holds its own with the neighbors—opulent yet discreet, a real Sarasota classic.

Architect Works to Get to the Soul of Buildings

Saturday, October 27, 2012

yehuda-inbar-architect-sarasotaA Sarasota architect for more than 25 years, Yehuda Inbar has done more than 875 projects throughout the area in a variety of venues.

A Sarasota architect for more than 25 years, Yehuda Inbar has done more than 875 projects throughout the area in a variety of venues.

Yehuda Inbar of Inbar Architect in Sarasota.

He has created waterfront homes on Siesta and Casey keys, designed commercial and public properties, including the Englewood YMCA, and golf and country clubs. Continue reading

50 s Nokomis House Takes on a Positive Look of Light and Air

Architecture writer
Sarasota Herald Tribune
October 6, 1991

inbar-architect-press12When Tom and Betty Court of Nokomis decided to rework their residence, the plan was of such consequence that long-time friends who came to see the result couldn t find the house.

The wonder-working was by Yehuda Inbar, the Sarasota architect who recently transformed the Kensington Park Baptist Church from a storefront chapel to a readily identifiable house of worship. Continue reading

Architects of desire

BY I. Victor ” Photography by Becky Camp

inbar-architect-desireArchitects were in the spotlight at the Chelsea Center on a balmy night in February when the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation hosted a special patrons reception to thank leading area architects and generous homeowners who were part of a two-day architectural tour of five fabulous homes.

Grace Caldwell organized the event, and Coldwell Banker Previews Program hosted. Continue reading