Living the Dream, Part 3

Dream real estate houses to check out. Part of the Living the Dream Series.

Multimillion-dollar residential properties in South Florida continue to spark interest from buyers all over the world.

2100/2200 S. Ocean Lane  Fort Lauderdale

Courtesy of Brian Hero

The basics: Approximately 3,800 square feet under air

The story: This rare double play at Point of Americas II, located on the southernmost tip of Fort Lauderdale Beach, not only gives residents room to roam—but it also provides sweeping 270-degree views of the Port Everglades Inlet and south all the way to Miami. The exquisitely renovated corner layout combines two units into one, creating a suite life that’s best captured by the oversized master bedroom (pictured) that overlooks the ocean.

Bonus highlights: The layout includes a gourmet kitchen and wet bar, an 870-square-foot wraparound terrace, smart home technology, motorized window treatments and more. Among the many amenities at Point of Americas: on-site restaurant, three fitness rooms, hotel rooms for resident guests, library, two pools, and beach cabana service.

For more listings: Senior vice president, One Sotheby’s International Realty; 954.854.4870, [email protected], brianhero.com

3936 194th Trail

Sunny Isles Beach

Courtesy of Denise Rubin

The basics: Nearly 4,000 square feet of living space; 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, 1 half-bath

The story: Perched in the luxury enclave of Golden Gate Estates & Marina, this reimagined two-story estate charms with its mix of elegance and warmth. Set on a corner lot, and only a stone’s throw from the beach, the property is the only one in the neighborhood with an oversized driveway (parking for five cars). A wrought-iron staircase, chef’s kitchen, marble flooring and designer finishes add to the air of sophistication inside. The remodeled exterior features a pool and spa, a summer kitchen and a fire pit.

Bonus highlights: The courtyard roof was enclosed, adding an additional 110 square feet. In addition to tennis and the marina inside the community, it’s only a short drive from Golden Gate Estates to countless fine dining establishments, as well as the Aventura Mall.

For more listings: The Denise Rubin Group, Coldwell Banker Realty; 305.932.9326, deniserubingroup.com, deniserubin.com

2110 Intracoastal Drive

Fort Lauderdale

Courtesy of Peter Barkin

The basics: Nearly 5,600 square feet; 4 bedrooms, 3 baths

The story: Inspired by contemporary mid-century architecture, this captivating layout is filled with more than just design discoveries. Yes, there’s a stepping-stone entrance that passes a cascading waterfall, a floating staircase encased in glass, and entire walls of glass and stone. But there also are touches that allow residents to bask in the beauty of South Florida—like the third-level rooftop deck with a fireplace that overlooks the Intracoastal. Or the chic resort-style pool area that takes advantage of some 100 feet of water frontage.

Bonus highlights: The entire second floor is the primary bedroom suite with two walk-in closets and an expansive, lavish master bath. There’s also a dining room, library/media room, kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, four fireplaces overall, and ocean access with no fixed bridges.

For more listings: Barkin Group, Compass; 954.675.6656, [email protected], barkingroup.com

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