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Paradise Found

Where: 709 Idlewyld Drive, Fort Lauderdale
Floor size: 22,584 square feet
Bedroom/baths: 9 bedrooms, 14 baths
Details: One of the largest private estates in Fort Lauderdale, this jaw-dropping masterpiece in the exclusive Idlewyld neighborhood proves that you can go big and go home at the same time. The sprawling property along the Intracoastal Waterway features a 156-foot deep-water dock, large enough to accommodate a mega yacht. Interior details include soaring ceilings and a fireplace in the living room; a custom Downsview kitchen with white-marble countertops and double islands; a master bath with a frameless, glass-enclosed shower and separate his and hers sinks; two family rooms; and a theater room. The home provides panoramic views of the Intracoastal and easy ocean access.
Listing price: $10.9 million
Agents/contact: Niki Higgins, Seaside Properties Group at Douglas Elliman, and Chad Carroll, The Carroll Group at Douglas Elliman; 954.817.2500 (Higgins) or 305.400.9507 (Carroll)

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