HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Fully renovated waterfront home in the Landings boasts classic design

 

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Commanding 80 feet of waterfront and situated on a wide-turning basin within Fort Lauderdale’s Landings neighborhood, this fully renovated family home offers high-end amenities balanced with familiar comforts and calming water views. Priced at $870,000, the four-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bath house at 5250 NE 26th Ave. boasts an open floor plan that’s ideal for entertaining.

At its entrance, a paved circular driveway complements the brick-accented residence, and its understated elegance continues inside with fine floorings and countertops. Built in 1963 on an 8,790-square-foot lot, the home features Mexican tile in its living areas and wood floors in all bedrooms. Also offered throughout the 2,337 square feet of living space are impact windows, French doors, and a warm and inviting wood-toned kitchen outfitted with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and an induction stovetop. Large living and dining areas overlook the pool and patio area, and the home’s spacious master bedroom has a vaulted ceiling.

Highlighting the dwelling’s expansive exterior, lush landscaping and prime entertainment space surround the home’s pool and give way to tranquil vistas of the adjacent waterway. Additionally, a built-in bar, 25-foot dock and only one fixed bridge to the ocean add to the home’s seemingly endless list of modern conveniences.

For more information on this completely renovated residence, contact Judy High at 954-804-5432 or Kathryn Glenewinkel at 954-610-9804.

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