Charming remodeled waterfront home is a boater’s paradise



Beautifully renovated and situated on an oversize lot in the heart of one of Fort Lauderdale’s most desirable neighborhoods, this spacious offering in Rio Vista is a must-see. The lovely home, at 1702 SE 7th St. and priced at $1,795,000, is amenity-rich and ideal for boaters, featuring deep-water dockage capable of accommodating large vessels with a length of more than 80 feet.

Measuring 2,105 square feet in the interior, the home features three bedrooms and three baths, spread throughout an open floor plan with wide water views from the southeast and southwest. Spacious living areas are accented by crown molding, wood flooring, high-hat lighting, plantation shutters and Hunter Douglas blinds. The well-appointed kitchen, which opens to the home’s large family room, has been remodeled to include granite countertops, beautiful wood cabinetry, double ovens, a large center island and KitchenAid appliances.

Outside, the space for entertaining is ideal. An extra-large, tiled and covered patio features a granite-topped wet bar, fans, a sound system and new awnings, in addition to a free-form pool and spa. The home’s 100-foot dock with deep-water dockage has a 5,000-pound boat lift and the dock has also been built to include water and electricity.

With a location that is minutes from Port Everglades as well as nearby beaches, Las Olas Boulevard and Downtown Fort Lauderdale, everything is well within reach, by land or by sea.

For more information, contact Kathryn Glenewinkel at 954-610-9804 or Judith High at 954-804-5432.

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