Oceanfront dream home in the sky in Hollywood



Located in the prestigious luxury tower of Ocean Palms, at 3101 South Ocean Dr. in Hollywood, this stunning, 23rd-floor luxury residence, No. 2302, looks out over the ocean and provides prime seating to breathtaking sunrises and sunsets. Priced at $1,295,000, the three-bedroom, three-bath turnkey corner unit is positioned between Trump Hollywood and the Diplomat Hotel & Resort, a desirable location that offers convenient access to the surrounding city and adjoining beach.

Inside, more than $300,000 in beautiful furnishings, window treatments and finishes accentuate the Versace Imperial style. Double doors lead to an open floor plan, highlighted by floor-to-ceiling windows, gleaming marble floors, walnut inlays, hand-blown Italian chandeliers and stunning panoramic views. Living areas are spacious and the home’s European kitchen has been outfitted with top-of-the-line, stainless steel appliances and handsome cabinetry.

Two wraparound balconies measuring a combined 700 feet offer views of the Atlantic Ocean, surrounding city and the Intracoastal Waterway. The master bedroom is expansive and the luxurious master bath has a sunken tub and double sinks.

The residence also has flat-screen televisions in all three bedrooms and the living area, a private laundry room with a full-size washer and dryer, and a private foyer.

Amenities at Ocean Palms are seemingly endless, giving residents access to 24-hour security and valet services as well as a two-level gym, a movie theater, business center, billiard room, tennis court and an infinity pool that overlooks the ocean and beach and features pool service and cabana attendants.

For more information, contact Jay Silverman at 954-661-2094.

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