Palm Seaside architecture board states style and design for 756 Hello Mount Rd way too significant

At its most recent meeting, the Architectural Commission questioned the scale of this Italian-style house designed for an extraordinarily high lakeside lot facing the Lake Trail at 756 Hi Mount Road. [Rendering courtesy Town of Palm Beach]

The plan powering the style and design of a new personalized dwelling prepared for 756 Hello Mount Road — on 1 of the best factors in Palm Seaside — was to recall a villa on a Lombardy hillside, most likely overlooking Lake Como, according to its architect.

“It’s incredibly Italian,” Ken Tate of Ken Tate Architect recently informed the Architectural Commission about the dwelling planned for the North End website overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway.

The home — with its tiled roofs, outdoor terraces and two sets of split stairways primary down to the seawall — was envisioned to seem as though it were “cascading down the hill,” Tate said.

The great deal has about a 26-foot fall from the roadway down to the Lake Trail, commissioners have been informed in the course of their Sept. 23 assembly, which was held pretty much on the Zoom Webinar system.