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Fort Lauderdale Waterfront House Near the Spring Break Beaches

This is an exterior look at the waterfront house from the vantage of the water. You can see here that it has expansive glass walls and a large dock complemented by tall tropical trees. Image courtesy of

There is a waterfront house in Fort Lauderdale that is within walking distance of the upscale shopping district and the spring-break beaches. This is now on the market priced at $4.375 million.

The house is measured at 4,500 square feet with sailboat design, a curved concrete roof, materials of wood, stone, and glass, and three levels of terraces over the water. The house consists of three bedrooms, four bathrooms, a third-floor crow’s nest office, a spiral staircase, a 24-foot custom chandelier, large expanses of glass, decks, a private dock, a pool, and a spa.

This Fort Lauderdale waterfront house near the spring-break beaches is listed under BAR Invest Realty LLC.

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Although things have quieted down quite a bit from the 1960s, ‘70s and ‘80s, it’s spring break time and thousands of college students will still head to the Fort Lauderdale beaches. The beach town that started the tradition in the 1930s, when northern college swim teams took advantage of the spring school break to compete in Fort Lauderdale tournaments and spread the news of the city’s big sandy beaches and cheap hotel prices to their fellow students, is much different than the hotel balcony diving and wet t-shirt contest days. Instead of spring breakers, it is now the home of rich guys, beach penthouses, the world’s largest boat show, and yachts on its 165 miles of water.

Now for sale is a Fort Lauderdale waterfront house within walking distance of the glam shopping and restaurants of upscale Las Olas Boulevard and the Atlantic Ocean beaches. Appearing like a boat under sail, the curved concrete roof, wood, stone, and glass home with three-level terraces over the water is 4,500 square feet.

The three-bedroom, the four-bath house was designed by Vernon Pierce which, according to Tropic Magazine, he modeled after a ship and his love of boating. In some areas, the interior is open to the third-floor crow’s nest office accessed by sweeping spiral staircase and 24-foot custom chandelier with sunlight and breezes flowing through large expanses of glass. The exterior has multiple levels of terraces and decks overlooking the private dock, pool, and spa.

Sailboat inspired home near Fort Lauderdale shopping and dining and for walks along the beach, priced at $4.375 million.


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