Hendricks Isle in Fort Lauderdale is one of the many sles in the city connected along Las Olas. The isles date back to the 1920s when, using techniques pioneered in Venice, developer W. F. Morang & Sons created the “fingertip isles” north and south along Las Olas. Morang later went bankrupt leaving these isles vacant for nearly 20 years but they came back into their own in the 1940s and 1950s and it hasn’t stopped since.
Today’s home is a gorgeous end unit condo featuring tons of upgraded features and direct ocean access.
An extra large pool deck makes outdoor entertaining easy and offers a view of passing boat traffic.
The top floor features glassed-in balcony, wrap around terrace and hot tub.
Wood flooring give this unit a warm, cozy feel and the kitchen features top-of the-line appliances and cabinetry.
The property has enough dockage for 45 foot vessel and there are no fixed bridges. A two-car garage, secluded entrance and elevator provide extra privacy.
This property is listed for $1.69 million with Keyes Company and is showcased by Luxury Portfolio.