Sasha and Gordon Stula welcome you to their coral rock-walled home in their exclusive Ponce/Ducts neighborhood.
The Stulas’ home, Stonegate Manor, is tucked within the gated Stonegate community in Coral Gables’ exclusive Ponce/Davis neighborhood. Built in 1923 for Oliver Sollitt, a retired Chicago building contractor and legislator, the home is unique for its elaborate coral-rock facade, which completely envelopes the six-bedroom, eight-bathroom manse.
Miami-Dade County designated it a historic site in 1981, and the home’s former owners completely renovated it at the turn of the 21st century. Famed Miami architect Charles Pawley handled the face-lift, staying true to the home’s original design. Swiss landscape architect Enzo Enea crafted the property’s lush greenery, soaring palms and protective hedges. Read on