The majority of ocean access homes in Ft. Lauderdale and Broward County are those located on ocean access canals, the New River, and the Intracoastal Waterway. Highly coveted for their location, prestige, and endless waterfront views, Fort Lauderdale oceanfront homes and oceanfront homes in Broward are rare and are the smallest portion of available waterfront homes. Located off of Ocean Blvd. between East Sunrise Blvd. and East Oakland Park Blvd. the subdivision of Lauderdale Beach is Fort Lauderdale's only residential community that offers single-family homes that are located directly on the beach – right on the sand! There are only 49 direct Oceanfront Homes. Lauderdale Beach is a community with 24/7 police patrol. In Lauderdale Beach, the direct Oceanfront Homes are located on North Atlantic Blvd. Of course, all of the non-oceanfront Homes are within very close walking distance of the ocean, so their location is still exceptional. In addition to the homes in Lauderdale Beach, there's also a direct Oceanfront Guesthouse available for rental, Phoenix Guest House, and an Oceanfront Park, Vista Park.
Every day will seem like a vacation when you make Fort Lauderdale Beach your home. Miles of beautiful sandy shores, sparkling blue waters and gently waving palm trees. Area activities include tennis, golf, and fishing, sunbathing and swimming. North of Lauderdale Beach is the upscale area known as Galt Ocean. The community is filled with high-rise beachfront condominiums, shops, services, businesses and dining. Further south is Las Olas Boulevard where unique shops, galleries, a world-class jazz club and cafes for every taste can be found. Las Olas Boulevard is part of a 22-block district that encompasses downtown Fort Lauderdale Beach. A stroll along the winding and lush paths in Riverwalk Park leads to the Arts and Entertainment District in the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale Beach where the Broward Center for Performing Arts, the Museum of Discovery and Science, Florida Grand Opera, Historic Second Street, the Old Fort Lauderdale Beach Museum of History, the Fort Lauderdale Beach International Film Festival and the historic Stranahan House are located. Beach Place, a mix of outdoor shopping, dining, and nightclubs along the beachfront, is two blocks north of Las Olas Boulevard. Fort Lauderdale is home to the International Swimming Hall of Fame, and the Hugh Taylor Birch State Park features camping, picnic areas, as well as canoeing. Experience the vacation lifestyle year round by making the Fort Lauderdale Beach area and a Lauderdale Beach Home your home destination location.
Fort Lauderdale is unique for its intricate canal system, which has gained the city the nickname of “Venice of America.” Easy ocean access and endless vistas of the city and sea make living in these majestic properties a truly unparalleled experience. Houses in Lauderdale Beach are equipped to the utmost detail, in style, construction, interior design and modern technology. Available for sale or for rent, many of these prestigious luxury homes have views of or are directly on the ocean. Close to all that Miami and Palm Beach has to offer as well, Lauderdale Beach homes will have you living in one of the most exciting neighborhoods in the world. In addition to amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean, you’ll find many of the homes with incredible amenities from floor-to-ceiling glass doors and windows, granite countertops, top-of-the line appliances and fixtures, large guest and master suites, and even built-in cappuccino machines for the coffee connoisseur. The tropical landscaped grounds and the moderate year-round climate make life feel as if you’re living in the Caribbean. It’s no wonder Ft. Lauderdale has seen a real estate boom even in hard economic times. Lauderdale Beach homes provide the stability and seclusion of a private sanctuary in the city. Oceanfront living simply doesn’t get much better than this.