Epitomizing the Lauderdale Harbors luxury yachting lifestyle, this Intracoastal point estate sits commandingly on a 900+/- foot-wide stretch of the waterway - looking across to the Harbor Beach coastline - where the panoramic vista wraps around the Cerro Gordo River, right across from the yacht-filled Lauderdale Marina, just north of the inlet. The choice setting stands out not only for its spectacular view, but also for its delightful breezy southeast exposure and its position on a low-wake zone of the Intracoastal, with the sheltered side shoreline having dockage for up to a 120+/- foot mega vessel. Fashioned like a lavish resort compound on the Mediterranean coast, the six-bedroom residence was designed by award-winning architect Manuel J. Diaz and built to the highest standards by W.A. Bentz Construction, and is offered move-in-ready with most furnishings. Stanchioned gates usher guests into the entrance courtyard, where a garden fountain sits between the main residence and self-contained guest house, also perfect for the boat captain's quarters.
Beyond the gracious foyer, the great room looks out over the infinity pool to the Intracoastal Waterway, and gives a warmly elegant European feel to this expansive two-story gathering space - encircled by balcony lofts above - with ashlar-patterned Jerusalem stone floors and pecky cypress ceilings as signature elements. Ideal for entertaining, the first-floor living areas spill outdoors to the sprawling pool terrace that has the Intracoastal Waterway as the backdrop for its various lounging and dining spaces. Upstairs, an elevated expanse of sweeping waters and coastline is seen from the grand master suite, which gives the option of functioning as a lavish full-floor haven, using the second bedroom as its office or exercise room. An impressive showplace, one of the few Intracoastal point properties in Lauderdale Harbors, this rare estate compound is the ultimate yachter's paradise.
Southeast 14th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. On the Intracoastal Waterway, across from Harbor Beach, Lauderdale Harbors offers an unsurpassed location for yachters, just north of the Port Everglades Inlet in Fort Lauderdale, a world-famous yachting capital also known as The Venice of America. This desirable neighborhood is just a couple miles from famous Las Olas Boulevard, downtown cultural attractions, and the sun-drenched sands of Fort Lauderdale Beach Park.
Surrounded by 260+/- feet of shoreline, this impressive Intracoastal point estate looks east across the wide waters to Harbor Beach, and also looks south on the Cerro Gordo River where it features dockage for up to a 120+/- yacht or multiple vessels. The expansive resort-inspired outdoor entertainment space centers on a shimmering infinity pool that seems to flow into the Intracoastal Waterway and has a spillover spa.
This refined Mediterranean-inspired showplace totals 9,810+/- square feet with six bedrooms and six and a-half baths including the guest house, and is extremely well built with its lowest finish floor elevated 8.5+/- feet above sea level. Beautiful Jerusalem stone floors, pecky cypress volume ceilings, and graceful archways are featured finishes. Impact-rated glass is used in all windows and exterior doors, with the custom Honduran mahogany doors integrating retractable screens. Amenities include an elevator. There are three garage bays, with the one in the guest house incorporating a workshop.
First Floor: Overlooking the pool to the Intracoastal Waterway, the great room easily functions as both formal and casual living areas, having a grand scale yet an inviting feel, with upper balconies around its soaring two-story space. The open dining room expands the waterway view which continues into the casual dining bay of the gourmet kitchen, leading to the terrace. Outfitted with custom cabinetry and granite counters, the kitchen includes a Thermador range, oven, and warming drawer plus a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Gaggenau dishwasher, and Marvel wine cooler. Across the great room, the custom-fitted library/office/den is a fabulous pavilion-style space that rises to a peaked ceiling and is wrapped with airy windows and French doors taking in the view of the Intracoastal Waterway and Cerro Gordo River. Two bedrooms open outdoors and have en-suite baths.
Second Floor: Ascending the dramatic open staircase or elevator leads to a series of lofts and balconies, wrapping around the great room below, opening outdoors to a balcony terrace above the Intracoastal Waterway. Capturing the sweeping water view from inside and out on the terrace, the ultra-luxurious master suite features a sitting area, two customized walk-in closets, and a lavish bath with jetted tub, shower, two vanities, and two private water closets. Another bedroom could also serve as the master suite's exercise room or office.
Guest House: Connected by a breezeway, the two-story guest house contains two first-floor bedrooms with a full bath and kitchenette, plus an upstairs living room with a kitchenette, full bath, and waterside balcony.
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