Guard gated, exclusive and no fixed bridge access to the ocean make Bay Colony the boaters address to have. The average sales price for properties sold in 2012 was $2 million. The deep water dockage and wide interior canals make this the perfect neighborhood for luxury yachts. If you prefer estate living with impressive dockage this is the neighborhood for you. Search ZIP code 33308.
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Always popular, Coral Ridge waterfront properties sold in 2012 more than double the previous year and non-waterfront sales quadrupled. Some of the appeal can be attributed to the great elementary school and quick access to the Intercoastal waterway. On average in 2012 waterfront homes sold for $1.1 million and non-waterfront averaged $570 thousand. Coral Ridge residents enjoy close proximity to Coral Ridge Country Club for golf or tennis and Coral Ridge Yacht Club for boating enthusiasts. Coral Ridge is always a popular choice. Search ZIP codes 33305 and 33306.
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FT LAUDERDALE BEACH
It’s like they say, “It’s better on the beach”. What could be better than walking to the beach? That must be the reason why inventory is hard to come by on Lauderdale Beach for single family homes. In 2012 the average sales price for waterfront was $1.75 million and non-waterfront averaged $730 thousand. If you are like Hemmingway and want your feet in the sand this is for you. Search ZIP codes 33305 and 33308.
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One of the most sought after neighborhoods in Ft. Lauderdale. Located near Port Everglades and with easy ocean access Harbor Beach is a boaters dream. In 2012 waterfront homes saw sales increase 34% to an average sales price of $2.7 million for waterfront. Non-waterfront averaged $650 thousand which is great since living in Harbor Beach gives residents the key to a private beach club. DockandHome.com gives this neighborhood a STAR for ocean accessibility and resident only beach club. Harbor Beach also has one of the prettiest beaches in all of South Florida. Non-residents can join private clubs at Lago Mar or Harbor Beach Marriott for upscale beachfront enjoyment. Search ZIP code 33316.
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LAS OLAS ISLES
Located along Ft Lauderdale’s acclaimed Las Olas Blvd the Isles extend like finger islands into the surrounding waterway. On average the Isles offer the most expensive and exclusive waterfront real estate in Ft Lauderdale at an average of $455 per square foot in 2012. Many celebrities call the Las Olas Isles home. This neighborhood is always in the spotlight. Las Olas Isles includes the gated enclaves of Idlewyld and Seven Isles. If you live here you are in Boat Show Meca. Search ZIP code 33301.
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LIGHTHO– USE POINT
Anchored by the Hillsboro Inlet Lighthouse Beacon, Lighthouse Point is an idyllic waterway city a short 20 minutes from Ft Lauderdale. Many residents enjoy membership in the Lighthouse Point Yacht Club. In 2012 Lighthouse Point remained the most active waterfront market in Broward County. Waterfront property in Lighthouse Point was selling at an average below $1 million. Sales of waterfront property averaged $280sf and non-waterfront properties averaged $160sf.For this reason Lighthouse point is considerd a STAR Neighborhood by DockandHome.com. Search ZIP code 33064.
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Rio Vista is a boaters dream with no bridge access to the ocean. The neighborhood is picturesque with mature trees, winding waterways and updated original architecture. Rio Vista is a popular destination for trick-or-treaters due to the many families that call this neighborhood home. Waterfront home sales in 2012 averaged $1.7 million and non-waterfront averaged $600 thousand. The Ft Lauderdale Yacht Club is located in Rio Vista. The club is landmark in the Ft Lauderdale boating community. Search ZIP code 33316.
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Get in while you can. Sales in Victoria Park and Colee Hammock are surging. In 2012 the number of waterfront homes sold increased 360% with an average sales price increase of 57%. Non-waterfront experienced a sales surge of 68% with sales prices increasing 43% on average. This neighborhood is in demand. Waterfront properties average $1.5 million and non-waterfront $550 thousand. Close to downtown and the exclusive Las Olas Isles, Victoria Park is a charming place to live. If you are lucky one of the free roaming neighborhood peacocks will pay your home a visit. Search ZIP codes 33304 and 33305.
For real estate in Victoria Park or Colee Hammock, Contact: Elaine