Nadeau Stout Custom Homes introduces “The Galliard” a custom home in Marion County. This luxury home is their 2012 Parade of Homes virtual entry. This home was completed in October 2011.OCALA, FLORIDA– We are pleased to share with you our 2012 Parade of Homes virtual entry- The GalliardThis custom home, built on a Marion County equestrian farm, was completed in October 2011.

Amenities Overview

Handcrafted wrought iron doors from Mexico welcome the visitor who arrives at either main or guest suite entrance.In addition to the main living quarters, the house boasts not one but two master bedroom suites, each with its own bath. A study completes the picture. The guest quarters, as elegant and functional as the main house, provides a suite of two bedrooms with bath as well as a full kitchen.Silver pearl travertine floors shimmer throughout the principal living area, guest suite and lanai. Warm wood flooring graces the master suite, study, and dining room. And the finishing touch: heated marble floors in the master bathrooms.State of the Art KitchenMiele appliances are the starting place for the gourmet kitchen. Custom cabinetry and a walk-in pantry featuring a second freezer make the kitchen as functional as it is beautiful. And the best part: a down-draft cooktop range with an automated ventilation system that sits flush with the countertop and only elevates upon activation.All the Kohler plumbing features complement the home’s lavish interior. The master bath, in particular, features not only a walk-in shower with bench seating but also a bath tub, perched inside a glass enclosure that is in itself “planted” in the master bath garden. A waterfall, cascading over a stone wall, completes the picture.The living room dramatically disappears into the lanai at the flick of a switch! Automated sliding glass doors open onto a sumptuous summer kitchen with a 54” grill with rotisserie and built-in refrigerator trays for marinating food.Once on the lanai, your attention is drawn to the gorgeous pool adorned with a beach entry, tanning shelf, three waterfalls, and a Jacuzzi flamed by a trio of huge bowls of gas-fired flames.
Peaceful Lanai

Peaceful Lanai

Technology/Energy Efficiency

Luxury is not the only feature of this home. It possesses the latest in both technology and energy-efficient concepts.Crestron lighting automation system, Wi-Fi, and a state-of-the-art home security system complete the technology picture.As for energy efficiency, open-cell spray foam insulation, energy efficient windows, and tankless gas water heaters are only the beginning.The height of efficiency lies in the home’s geothermal system. These geothermal units work not only to provide cooling but also to reduce energy bills with the valuable byproduct of hot water.A powered attic lift and a power-retracting ladder round out the efficiency and ease of this home. No more strenuous reaching to access the mechanical/storage room upstairs.


This home has been designed to meet superior wind load standards of 130 mph. The retracting hurricane screens, rated 150 mph impact resistant, offer superior storm protection. A clay tile roof and storm shelter in the form of a 12 by 17 foot storage room in the home’s center with solid concrete walls and ceiling complete the structural picture.

Parade of Homes Exterior

By the Numbers

The square footage of “The Galliard” breaks down as follows:
Owners’ living area (including a 1,065 s.f. mechanical/storage room upstairs )
3,774 s.f
Guest suite
921 s.f.
Living area total
4,695 s.f.
Covered lanai
915 s.f.
Oversized, three-car garage
880 s.f.
Under-roof total
7,824 s.f.

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This house was built to meet competing needs. First and foremost, it is a home created to suit its owners’ discriminating tastes. Second, the house’s function is to provide protection against Mother Nature. Third, the integrity and durability of the home were vital to the clients.Whether your dreams of a custom home are as complex as these or entirely different, please call us today at (352) 387-1597 to see about making them a reality.