HOUSE OF THE WEEK

Expansive home boasts direct ocean vistas in Lauderdale By The Sea

 

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With panoramic ocean views in an urban setting, this upscale Lauderdale By The Sea home is quintessential South Florida. Ideally situated on the 12th floor of the highly coveted building Aquazul at 1600 S Ocean Blvd., the three-bedroom, four-and-one-half-bath residence is priced at $1,775,000. Private double doors give way to 3,029 square feet of living space and prime water vistas.

Featuring a split floor plan, the home boasts a separate, generously sized family room, granite and marble flooring, plus top-of-the-line appliances and light fixtures throughout. Setting the standard for condominium views, three of the unit’s four expansive balconies provide direct views of the ocean, while a fourth balcony offers relaxing scenes of the West side of the city and the Intracoastal.

Additionally, as the Aquazul tower boasts vast displays of technological advancements, the home itself offers surround sound in every room, all managed via wireless controllers that are complete with music and TV library programming. Other amenities include 24-hour security, two garage spaces, a storage room and access to the building’s billiard room, business center, library, pool, spa, sauna, clubhouse, tennis court, picnic area and exercise room.

Located in the quaint town of Lauderdale by The Sea, with a variety of restaurants, shopping and community activities nearby, the home is perfect for singles and families alike. For more information on this property, call Judy Calufetti at 954-646-1437.

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