Las Olas Isles Homes for Sale, Las Olas Isles Real Estate

Why not take a boat ride along the Rio Barcelona? Or anchor up in Sunset Lake? The Las Olas waterways extend over a canal system with twenty-nine finger canals, flanked by waterfront residences architecturally inspired by the Mediterranean, Key West, and the British West Indies.

The isles were dredged from the original mangrove swamps in the 1920’s and abandoned until after World War II when development started in earnest.

Incredible pool designs, tropical landscaping, summer kitchens, and full service private docks are just some of the luxury amenities to be found in these fabulous waterfront residences. Such residences are designed for easy outdoor living and serious boating. They to take advantage of the Florida sunshine and serious boating. These navigable waterways, with have no fixed bridges, leading to the Intracoastal Waterway then on to Port Everglades or the Hillsboro Inlet.

Seven IslesAn island retreat within our bustling city, is the Explore the private and security patrolled community of Seven Isles, an island retreat within our bustling city. Accessed by a narrow bridge and with Spanish inspired isles such as Aqua Vista, Barcelona, Castilla, Desota, and Delmar along with other isles Pelican, Island and Sea Island, this is a neighborhood with its own association and a relaxing island ambiance.

Nurmi IslesThe Nurmi Isles (named after its owner/developer Victor Nurmi) comprises five finger isles off East Las Olas Boulevard. Closest to the city are Hendricks and Isle of Venice, which have been developed into luxurious townhouse and condominium communities. Fiesta Way unfolds with residences of varying sizes, age, and architectural influences. Enjoy the grandeur of the majestic royal palm tree-lined isles of Nurmi, or Royal Palm Drive, where the utility lines have been buried. Signature properties are proudly located on point lots of many of these isles, doubling your water frontage and creating an island atmosphere.

Riviera IslesContiguous to Idlewyld are the three Riviera Isles accessed through a gated, unmanned checkpoint. These isles have many different a variety of waterfront views, lot sizes, and homes, both old and new. They have easy access to the Port Everglades inlet and the Atlantic Ocean. There are several very desirable older condominiums along the northeast Las Olas boundary of these isles. It is here at the point of Riviera Isle, on well over an acre of land, that you will find the iconic Francis Abreu home where they filmed the well known movie, "Where The Boys Are.".

North Las Olas IslesThese residential islands are N. orth Gordon and S. outh Gordon, and are sometimes called Navarro Isles. S. outh Gordon (Navarro) is accessed directly from Las Olas Blvd. while N.orth Gordon is accessed from Victoria Park Road just north of Broward Blvd. They are really side by side and with have some similarities. Both isles have with attractive and well maintainedwell-maintained older homes alongside magnificent new homes. They are pretty fairly secluded as since the other Las Olas Islands get the most attention, but they have all the same advantages, besides being quiet places to live.

Also part of the Navarro Isles area are Hendricks Isle and Isle of Venice. They are basically apartment islands with a few homes interspersed. Here again older apartments sit right beside brand new luxurious townhomes and condominiums. These islands all have some good dockage and are close to shopping, dining, and entertainment.

IdlewyldIdlewyld is a neighborhood consisting of only eight streets bordered by Las Olas Boulevard and the Intracoastal Waterway. Idlewyld has enjoyed some of the most significant real estate activity over the years. It and is home to buyers seeking a private and secure family compound environment with deepwater dockage. Idlewyld also has some of the oldest residences in town with a mixture of Spanish and mission architecture, blended with Mediterranean styles and mid-century Florida ranches.

The South Las Olas Isles are pretty and secluded, lined with magnificent Rroyal Ppalms and water frontages averaging 100 feet or more. With Italian influences such as Lido, Luna, Oriente, and Venezia the area isare home to large waterfront estates and lushly landscaped villas.

The Las Olas Isles offer easy access to the beach, as well as the fine shopping and dining along the highly cosmopolitan, Las Olas Boulevard. In addition to the plentiful array of boutiques and restaurants, the boulevard hosts holiday festivals, craft shows, and a farmer’s market for outdoor enjoyment. The downtown commercial district of Fort Lauderdale is also only minutes away., The area is further benefited by easy access to the local school system, major highways, and choice of airports. Fort Lauderdale’s highly active Museum of Art and the Broward Center for Performing Arts add to year-round entertainment.

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