Luxury Listings, Part 8 

Note: This is the eighth in a series of nine luxury residential properties featured in the April issue of Lifestyle

Address: 3852 Country Club Lane, Fort Lauderdale 

By the numbers: 6,766 square feet under air; 2,292 square feet of balcony space; 6 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 2 half baths 

Highlights: This custom estate, expected to be finished by this spring, is one of only 36 residences at the exclusive Enclave at Coral Ridge Country Club. The nearly 21,000 square feet, which overlooks the 12th tee, boasts a bocce ball area, separate guest house, luxury pool and expansive outdoor living space. Other features include a chef’s kitchen, theater room, Crestron home automation, elevator, wine cellar and two laundry rooms. 

The price: $5.75 million 

Broker: Brian Hero, senior vice president, One Sotheby’s International Realty (954.854.4870; [email protected]

Expert insights: “With people spending more time living and working at home, there has been a greater demand for luxury amenities such as home theater rooms, lavish spa baths, over-the-top resort-style pools, wine rooms, gourmet kitchens and more,” Hero says. “Many luxury buyers are looking to replicate the high-end resort experience at home.” 

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