Many people dream of living on the water – to be on it, near it, or at least have access to it. Living in South Florida, the possibilities seem endless. Water is everywhere. Here we have the ocean, rivers, Intracoastal waterways, canals, lakes, ponds, marinas, and more. Homes with deeded dock space let owners keep their water toys nearby. The prices vary as much as the hues in blues of the tranquil water
Location and price may be the determining factor on which body of water your dream home may be located on. A home on the water is attainable. The demand for homes with docks has steadily increased partly with the increase in the sales of boats year over year growth of 5% to 7% since 2010. New and used boat sales in the U.S. reached $36.7 billion according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association.
You can have a spectacular early sunrise waterfront view with water access from the property. One can drop a paddleboard into the water and paddle into the sunset for an evening paddleboard excursion. Grab a surfboard off the back porch and run down your private beach and catch some waves, the choice is yours. Waterfront Properties can assist you with properties from Stuart to Jupiter, Juno to Singer Island, Boca Raton to Miami, and everything in between.
For information on the various types of waterfront communities, canals, and waterfront neighborhoods please contact the specialists at Waterfront Properties and Club Communities and allow them to share their keen insight and local resources with you by sending them an email to INFO@wfpcc.com or by calling 561-746-7272.