New construction only 5 years young! This beautiful waterfront home is only 3 lots to the Intracoastal Waterway with no fixed bridges to the Ocean. Meticulously maintained and outfitted to perfection by a critically acclaimed designer, the property offers plush furniture, unique lighting and graceful drapery along with plantation shutters throughout. Versatile floor plan with private elevator, first and second floor master suite options, den, flex space, open concept living and an outdoor space ideal for entertaining with views of the Intracoastal Waterway from the upper and lower levels. Bring your large boats and park right behind the house! No neighbors directly across the waterway. Elevator, 30lb boat lift and selling the home as is fully furnished. Bring your boat and your toothbrush!
3-Phase Electric, Public Water, Septic
Interior Canal, Navigable, No Fixed Bridges, Ocean Access, Seawall
Equipment Included, Gunite, Heated, Inground, Salt Water, Spa
Closet Cabinets, Elevator, Entry Lvl Lvng Area, French Door, Cook Island, Laundry Tub, Volume Ceiling, Walk-in Closet
Auto Garage Open, Cooktop, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Smoke Detector, Wall Oven, Washer, Water Heater - Elec
Auto Sprinkler, Covered Balcony, Covered Patio, Fence, Open Balcony, Open Patio, Open Porch, Summer Kitchen, Zoned Sprinkler
Drapes, Impact Glass, Plantation Shutters
Howell L. Watkins Middle School
If you like oysters, head over to Spoto's, where black and white photographs of oyster fishermen adorn the walls. The polished tables give the eatery a country club look. Spoto's serves up a delightful bowl of New England clam chowder and an impressive variety of oysters and clams. Sit outside on the patio to take advantage of the area's perfect weather.
If you're an avid golfer, visit PGA National Resort & Spa. The resort has five championship courses that are challenging even for the pros.
Palm Beach Gardens was developed by John D. MacArthur in 1959. His original chosen name for the city was Palm Beach City, but this name was not approved by Florida legislature. Therefore, MacArthur named the city Palm Beach Gardens.
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Listing information last updated on February 5th, 2023 at 12:22am EST.