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Living the Dream, Part 5 

The luxury residential landscape in South Florida—brimming with innovative design, cutting-edge architecture and artful details—provides more than its share of eye candy. In its April issue, Lifestyle takes readers on a showcase tour of high-end spaces, with help from industry experts.

31 Isle of Venice Drive, #401 

Where: Fort Lauderdale

Living area: 3,436 square feet

Bedrooms/baths: 4 bedrooms, 4 full baths, 1 half bath

Stunning spaces: Prestigious Las Olas Isles provides the neighborhood setting for this home-style condominium at AquaMar. Walls of glass and four spacious balconies overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway invite the outdoors inside this sprawling open floor plan. Bright, white contemporary furnishings and accessories made of glass add to the soothing living spaces featured here. The unit comes with a 50-foot slip for boating enthusiasts.

Courtesy of: Peter Barkin, Barkin Group, Compass, 954.675.6656, barkingroup.com

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