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Vacation at Home

Where: 1601 SE Eighth St., Fort Lauderdale
Floor size: 7,726 square feet (living area); 9,094 square feet (overall)
Bedrooms/baths: 6 bedrooms, 6 full baths, 1 half bath
Details: Nestled amid a uniquely positioned point lot along the Intracoastal, this sprawling estate raises the bar on luxury waterfront living. Covered loggias and balconies, as well as a summer kitchen and exquisite foliage, add to the resort-like ambience of a beautifully designed pool area that overlooks the inlet. The property includes some 300 feet of waterside frontage and ample dock space for a sizable yacht. Among the interior highlights: State-of-the-art technology and dramatic finishes throughout; a gourmet kitchen with high-end appliances; a media room; an office with a fireplace—and much more. The estate is just minutes from downtown Fort Lauderdale and the restaurants and shops along Las Olas Boulevard.
Listing price: $7,695,000
Agent/contact: Sandra Tagliamonte, One Sotheby’s International Realty, 954.818.4219

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