Lakeside residence in Silver Shores enclave of Miramar

 

ADVERTORIAL

This two-story, lakeside family home in Miramar’s Silver Shores community is a treasure for prospective buyers, offering new amenities and sweeping views of lush surroundings. Priced at $640,000 and comprising five bedrooms, five baths and more than 3,900 square feet of interior space, this residence at 2261 SW 164th Ave. is near top area schools and recreational facilities, as well as shopping, dining and entertainment venues.

Inside, new wood flooring can be found throughout the formal rooms and a downstairs bedroom. The spacious kitchen, which has a center island, is adjacent to a breakfast area that looks out over the pool and lake. All bedrooms are extremely spacious and feature California closets. The master bedroom has been outfitted with two walk-in closets and a sitting area that could easily be converted to a sixth bedroom. A whirlpool tub and his- and-hers separate sinks complete the master bath.

Residents can also enjoy new lighting in the family room and breakfast area, freshly painted walls on the first floor of the home, and a refrigerator and freezer in the garage.

Outside, a hurricane-proof screen enclosure protects the pool, spa and oversize patio. With no neighbors behind the home or across the lake, views of the nearby park and surrounding natural setting are unobstructed.

The residence additionally has accordion shutters and a new pool heater.

For more details, contact Sandra Rathe at 954-547-4601 or visit www.SandraRathe.com.

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