Three Gulfside lots, with a house by Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Aldo Rossi. Option to add two additional cottages, pool or private pavilion to create a large family compound on the vacant gulf front lots. Colorful striped cabana in hand-set tiles line the walls of the powder room. A pair of elegant order columns frames the entry to the house. An Oculus at the top of the entry porch gives a glimpse of the roof terrace. A beautifully crafted stair leads to the main floor at the upper level. The living room is a calm, serene space under a vaulted ceiling. Floor to ceiling windows on the south side overlook the dunes and the sea. The kitchen is equipped with Bulthaup cabinets and Gaggenau and Miele appliances. The spacious dining room leads to a south-facing porch with views of the gulf. A motorized skylight retracts to allow access to the roof terrace, with panoramic views over the gulf and the town. The master bedroom, like the living room, is a calm, serene space. It has a vaulted ceiling and floor to ceiling windows overlooking the dunes and sea. The spacious master bath is lined with artfully-crafted stone, a steam shower with built in stone bench has thirteen shower heads. Two guest bedrooms have French doors leading to a porch. Each bedroom have a private bath lined with whimsical hand-set tile wainscoting with wave pattern. A large shaded patio for al fresco cooking and dining has a built-in kitchen with a steam oven, a giant gas barbecue. Overlooking the dunes and the town of Seaside, the Rossi house is classic elegance. Its beach pavilion was designed and built by Jersey Devil, America’s most illustrious design-build architects and craftsmen.