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Fort Lauderdale, Florida Oceanfront Home with Water Views for Sale
505 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd., #710, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33304
Lively Fort Lauderdale is on the southeastern Florida coast and is the setting for this beautiful 2006 oceanfront corner studio condominium for sale. It has one bath, 533 square feet and is in the luxurious Hilton Q Club Resort, which is a condo/hotel managed by Hilton Hotels and next to the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort. The asking price is $239,900.
The interior has white/gray plank flooring with white/gray walls and tasteful wood accents. In the kitchen are matching wood cabinets, a stainless steel mini-fridge and a built-in stainless steel/black microwave. A marbled brown and white floor and a shower/soaking tub with gray/white marble tiles are in the bath.
The unit is air condiitoned and has electric heat. A large closet hides a washer and dryer. The furnishings (double bed, lamps, washer/dryer, artwork, chest of drawers, patio chairs and large screen TV) are included in the sale.
As a corner unit, the home boasts views in two directions. Large, hurricane impact sliding glass doors open onto the balcony which has a glass railing and beautiful northern views of the ocean and the city of Fort Lauderdale. The window next to the doors has more easterly views.
The Hilton Q Club Resort features a white exterior and 24 stories (this property is on the 7th floor). All 330+ units are privately owned. Amenities include valet service, an assigned garage space, room service, three restaurants, a bar, a spa, a rooftop swimming pool, 24/7 security, a fitness center, front desk concierge services and more.
The HOA fee is $180 per year.
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Fort Lauderdale, Florida:
On the southeastern Florida coast, pretty Fort Lauderdale (population 188,000) is known as "Venice of America" and has nearly 170 miles of canals and other waterways, 100 marinas and 50,000 or more registerd boats. The city is a popular cruise destination and still draws thousands of Spring Breakers every March and April (although not nearly in the numbers of decades past). "Snowbirds" come in droves during the winter and spring.
The downtown underwent a renovation about 20 years ago and today is full of highrise condos, hotels and office buildings. The Riverwalk Arts and Entertainment District runs from the beach to the heart of downtown and is peppered with bars and restaurants. There are, in fact, more 4,000 places to eat and drink throughout the city.
Of course, Fort Lauderdale is perhaps most famous for its beaches, 23 miles of smooth white sand tucked against warm blue waters. The beaches are usually crowded but are also full of amenities, from basketball courts and amphitheaters to showers and grilling areas. There is even a beach for dogs.
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