18500 Kingsbury St was home to an interior designer to the stars. With a keen eye for luxe details and feminine charm, she made this sprawling single-level 1962 Traditional into a unique entertainer’s abode. Known for her tile work, she spared no expense in having each painted tile in the house custom-made. The winding brick pathway and river rock facade hint at the whimsical choices within, including a lively palette and colorful stained glass windows that filter an abundance of natural light. It’s difficult to decide whether the pièce de résistance is the kitchen or the primary suite; the former can accommodate a crowd, with its massive marble-topped island, marble French farmhouse sink, and six-burner range that sits atop dual ovens. The latter boasts its own sitting room with a fireplace and glass French doors, an organized walk-in closet, and a fairytale bath with a soaking tub nestled into an opulent marble and tile nook. The home’s flexible layout features four bedrooms, four baths, formal living and dining rooms, a den, a breakfast nook, and a detached bonus space perfect for office or studio. Situated on a lot that spans more than a quarter acre, 18500 Kingsbury is dotted with mature citrus trees and offers multiple outdoor spaces for entertaining, including a covered patio, a wood deck, hardscaping, and large, flat, grassy front and back yards. Owned solar panels are an added bonus here that make this home as energy efficient as it is charming.