On the Waterfront

Where: 2431 NE 32nd Court, Lighthouse Point
Floor size: 5,521 square feet under air; 7,334 square feet overall
Bedrooms/baths: 6 bedrooms, 5 full baths, 1 half bath
Details: This contemporary jewel gives boaters more than 100 feet of frontage along the canal—and gives residents panoramic views from the oversized balconies and rooms throughout the sprawling property. Modern architectural design is complemented by captivating interior elements, including an open glass elevator. There is state-of-the-art technology woven throughout the two-story estate. Outdoor spaces, including a summer kitchen and pool area, are perfect for entertaining. In addition, boaters have easy access to the Hillsboro Inlet.
Listing price: $4,198,000
Agents/contacts: The Prenner Group, Campbell & Rosemurgy Real Estate; 954.415.1057, [email protected]

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