Fort Lauderdale is full of several neighborhoods that all offer various pros and cons. Today our focus is on the southeastern most part of Fort Lauderdale, known as Harbor Beach. The Harbor Beach neighborhood consists of Harbor Beach, Harbour Isles and Harbour Inlet. Harbor Beach commands the highest property values of any other area in Fort Lauderdale. The area is highly desirable because the majority of the homes are waterfront and several offer deep water dockage for mega yachts. Fort Lauderdale isn’t called the Venice of America for no reason. The area seems secluded like a suburban neighborhood yet it’s only 5-10 minutes from downtown, a mile from Las Olas, and you can walk to beach. Many people that choose to live in Harbor Beach join Harbor Beach Club (lowest price), Lago Mar Beach Club (middle price), or the Marriott Beach Club (highest price) to take full advantage of the luxury beach lifestyle. Harbor beach itself is the largest section of beach anywhere on the east coast of Florida.
There are also more affordable options in the Harbor Beach area including Orleans Chateau, Mayan House, and the Oceanage that are direct ocean front properties. There’s the large 55 plus condominiums Atlantic Towers and Breakwater Towers, where units can be still purchased in the upper $100K’s. The luxury high rise condominium buildings with breathtaking ocean and inlet views include: Sky Harbour East, Everglades House, and the iconic Point of Americas I & II that range from the $200Ks up to $2 million for Penthouse units.
Whatever it is that you need within your budget, Cside Realty can find your dream home in the Harbor Beach area. Call us today for details on the best deals to get the inside scoop at 954-361-4558.
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