Spanning Palm Beach’s iconic Everglades Island, a newly minted masterpiece is ideally tailored to its radiant surroundings. Designed by award-winning architect, Roger Janssen, and named Lago-a-Lago (Lake-to-Lake) for its dual Intracoastal frontage, the hurricane-resistant layout weaves together separate suites and living spaces for a combined indoor and outdoor total of 17,190 square feet. Built around a massive central courtyard, pocketing glass sliders reveal mesmerizing views through both sides of the home. The first-floor master wing was designed for easy access to the pool, and shares with it an indoor-outdoor fireplace. A second master suite upstairs features a lofted ceiling, built-in cabinetry, dual master baths, and spacious his-and-her walk-in closets. Other highlights are a living room with a floating virtual fireplace crafted out of backlit marble, the library office with two marble bars, a spectacular 500-bottle wine cellar centrally displayed under one of two sculptural floating staircases, and the cabaret-styled lounge room with indoor/outdoor bar that extends into the central courtyard and its pool and spa boasting an enchanting rain curtain. Guest bedrooms each feature a private, spacious terrace on the roof. A most unique area of the home is the roof-top sky lounge, which offers a fireplace, built-in seating, artificial grass, surround sound, sundeck, built-in planters, and ample room for relaxation and entertaining. Additional amenities include a theater room, elevator, private gym and yoga room equipped with therapy tub and sauna, four water features, four attached air-conditioned garages, and docks on both waterfronts.