Ocean Four condominium in Sunny Isles Beach has direct views of the Atlantic Ocean



Featuring two bedrooms, two and one half baths and unobstructed views of the Atlantic Ocean and surrounding cityscape, this Sunny Isles Beach condominium is in the opulent Ocean Four tower at 17201 Collins Ave. Priced at $919,000, the residence, No. 1604, is an expansive high-rise hideaway, accented by fine finishes, elegant architectural details and two oversize balconies.

Inside, marble floors stretch throughout spacious living areas, complemented by floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. The Euro-style kitchen has been outfitted with Sub-Zero appliances, granite countertops and an island, while the large living and dining rooms look out over the water and city. The lavish master bath has a granite countertop and backsplash, a walk-in shower and a whirlpool tub.

Ocean Four is an amenity-rich residential tower, renowned for its conveniences and services. Residents can enjoy access to a spa, yoga classes, a pool and beach service. In addition to a two-car garage per unit (one assigned space, one for valet), the home offers prime accessibility to area hot spots including Bal Harbour Shops and the vibrant restaurants and nightlife of South Beach. The unit, which measures 1,886 square feet, also has a full-size washer and dryer.

For additional information, contact Isac Keboudi at 305-606-7879. 

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