Waterfront estate in Hallandale offers sweeping views, expansive interior

 

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Nestled within the waterfront community of Golden Isles and located on one of the area’s most prestigious streets, this spacious Hallandale residence offers a plethora of amenities for boating enthusiasts and entertainers alike. Now offered at $1,770,000, 454 Poinciana Dr. features 100 feet of waterfront, direct access to the Atlantic Ocean and a marina-like boat dock. With four bedrooms, four baths and a lush 15,000-square-foot lot, it’s an ideal home for a family.

Inside, residents can enjoy an expansive, contemporary interior marked by vaulted ceilings, sunlit living spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows and doors. The open eat-in kitchen is equipped with an island, marble countertops and white wood cabinetry.  Of the home’s four bedrooms, two are sumptuous master suites.

There is additionally a large Mediterranean-style deck, which sits adjacent to the pool and provides a perfect venue for outdoor entertaining. Meanwhile, a circular driveway can accommodate up to 20 vehicles and, in the event of an electrical outage, there is an 18-kilowatt generator that can power the entire home.

 Adding to its multitude of conveniences, the residence is only minutes away from Fort Lauderdale International Airport and the cities of Aventura, Hollywood and Sunny Isles. Golden Isles is prominently known as a luxurious boating community and oasis, with wide canals and deep-water marinas unobstructed by bridges. The community is protected with a 24-hour manned gatehouse and crime watch group. This burgeoning area includes many recreational options, including bicycle and walking paths. Golden Isles Park offers a playground and full-service tennis complex and teaching academy.

For more information, contact Rebeca Reiner at 305-495-4243.

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