6 beautiful homes in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
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Las Olas Isles. The update of this three-bedroom 1940 home retained many original features. Details include vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, a marble fireplace, and a kitchen with glass cabinets, a wine refrigerator, and butcher-block counters.
The private yard has a pool and covered sitting and dining areas.$1,595,000. Tim Singer & Assoc. Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, (954) 292-8900.
Coral Ridge. This recently renovated four-bedroom home sits right on Fort Lauderdale Beach. The fully furnished house features a surfer motif, bright accent colors, and a first-floor master bedroom opening on a bamboo-fenced yard and the ocean beyond.
The property includes a Jacuzzi, a covered porch with fans, and two mature palm trees. $3,850,000. Carlo Gambino, Douglas Elliman Real Estate, (305) 467-1677.
Poinsettia Heights. Lester Avery designed this mid-century modern house in 1953. The three-bedroom home has an open floor plan, beamed and vaulted ceilings, and mint green terrazzo floors.
The master bedroom's double doors lead out to a lush auto-irrigated backyard with a night-lit patio and heated pool. $599,000. Jeffery Sullivan, EWM Realty International–Las Olas, (954) 383-2117.
Las Olas Isles. This new five-bedroom turnkey home sits on a waterfront lot within the Intracoastal Waterway. The house has a chef's kitchen, French oak floors, and a master suite with walk-in closet and soaking tub.
The living room's floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead to a pool and outdoor kitchen and fireplace; the property also features tropical landscaping and a dock on the deepwater canal with easy ocean access. $4,995,000. Matt Bertanzetti and Andrew Ziffer, Lauderdale One, (954) 522-1555.
Colee Hammock. The 1931 Needham Estate was designed by Cuban-American architect Francis Abreu. The four-bedroom Mediterranean Revival house features Cuban-tile floors, arched windows and doors, a winding staircase, crown molding, and a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.
Set on the banks of the New River, the property includes 130 feet of waterfront, as well as lawns and a motor court landscaped with palms. $3,275,000. Dennis Stevick & Dale Atkins, One Sotheby's International Realty, (954) 592-2277.
South Middle River. Built in 1951, this three-bedroom midcentury modern home recently underwent an extensive remodeling. Updates include a new roof, exterior and interior paint, tile floors, and a new kitchen and bathroom.
The corner-lot property has starter plantings and a rentable cottage apartment with full kitchen and bath. $310,000. Henri Vezie and Frank Vigliotti, One Sotheby's International Realty, (954) 604-9999.