Intracoastal point lot offers excellent opportunity in Fort Lauderdale

 

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Nestled within the confines of quaint Dolphin Isles, one of the best kept secrets in Fort Lauderdale, this incredible waterfront point lot offers sweeping Intracoastal views along with luxuriously close proximity to beaches, parks and a vibrant dining and shopping scene. The property, at 3021 NE 26th St., is flexible, currently including two duplexes while also presenting the opportunity for developers to construct low to medium multi-family dwellings on the site. Zoned RD15, the offering is priced at $1.75 million. This exceptional property commands 100 feet of direct frontage on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway and 126 feet on a side canal.

Each of the existing duplexes features two bedrooms and two baths, with a one-car garage on one side. Situated on a charming, quiet cul-de-sac, the property includes a pool, dockage and ocean access with no fixed bridges. The barrier island occupied by the serene Dolphin Isles community is just north of Fort Lauderdale Beach and is minutes from recreation at Birch State Park and boutiques at Galt Ocean Mile. The property is one mile from the newly completed beautification project of Lauderdale-By-The-Sea, with outside eateries and music on the avenue.

The Coral Ridge Country Club, which offers the only premier private golf course on Fort Lauderdale’s east side, is just five minutes from Dolphin Isles. The nearby restaurants, upscale wine bars and live music of Fort Lauderdale’s 32nd Street area provide a variety of easily accessible entertainment venues, and Fort Lauderdale International Airport can be reached within 20 minutes.

For more information, contact Judy Calufetti at 954-646-1437.

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