Surrounded by 252+/- feet of shoreline, this renovated two-story, four-bedroom residence offers exceptional waterway vistas from nearly every room. With 83+/- feet of direct Intracoastal waterfront on one side and 169+/- feet of direct waterfront on the Trieste Waterway of the other side, this Coral Ridge point lot estate could easily support dockage for a mega-yacht of up to 150+/- feet. Punctuated by glorious palm trees, defined by pristine privacy landscaping and lawns that bespeak Bermuda, this property is a Florida natural, with a design that wraps itself around endless water views. The multiple skylights promote an abundance of natural light. With a heated...pool and separate spa, wraparound patio for entertaining and seemingly endless balcony for sunbathing or stargazing, this estate is a marvelously inviting oasis. Location NE 24th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Located at the juncture of the Intracoastal and a wide finger canal, this scenic location is just minutes from the beach in the highly desirable community of Coral Ridge, home to the exclusive Coral Ridge Yacht Club and private Coral Ridge Country Club with its 18-hole championship golf course designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr. Fine shopping and dining are found nearby at The Galleria and the famous Las Olas Boulevard. The Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is an easy 20+/- minute drive. Property Electric gates open to a .4+/- acre property that is walled, fenced and landscaped for privacy. Impressive mature palm trees punctuate extensive lawns. Lush tropical plantings enhance, without obscuring the water views or parade of boats. With water lapping two sides, and a 60+/- foot dock along the canal, the focal point of this private oasis is extended views. There is a heated pool and a separate hot tub which is gently nestled in foliage adjacent to the paver pool deck. The landscaped outdoor lighting, Sonos Stereo and outdoor circular dining terrace complete the effect, creating the ideal ambiance for an entertaining lifestyle. Residence This two-story, L-shaped, transitional-style residence includes four bedrooms and three full and one half baths for a total of 5,442+/- well-utilized square feet, including a two-bay garage. Light porcelain tile floors unify the fluid open downstairs plan, which supports a feeling of freedom. The Key West-style metal roof, large number of high impact windows and doors, and security system ensure a feeling of confidence. First Floor: Guests are drawn into an entry foyer that reaches beyond the living room, continuing through the open wood staircase and culminating in spectacular water views. Off the foyer, past the powder room and the corner library/office with its double pocket doors, is an open living room with two bays of water view windows. The living room opens to a formal dining room, which is well served by a chef's island kitchen. The expansive kitchen includes cherry wood cabinetry, granite countertops, center island with Thermador electric cooktop, breakfast bar with seating for four, high-end stainless appliances, double wall oven, and informal dining area. The kitchen opens to a family room, with French doors that open to a walkway that leads to the pool and an adjacent, full cabana bath. At the northeast corner of the house, the game room, with its cherry wood wet bar with granite counters, U-Line wine cooler, icemaker, sink and built-in wine rack, faces the point where the waterways intersect. Second Floor: Atop the dramatic open wood staircase is a landing with an office complete with built-in wood cabinetry and a granite-topped desk for two. A secluded master suite with his and hers closets open to a wraparound balcony with Northeast, East and Southeast water vistas. A spiral staircase off the master balcony leads back down to the sparkling pool. The adjacent master bath features marble floors and shower, marble topped cherry wood cabinetry with double Kohler sinks, a Jacuzzi spa tub and a separate water closet with Toto automated toilet and bidet. Three additional bedrooms and the shared bath are clustered at the other end of the hall.
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