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The Harborage Isle community of Fort Lauderdale is one of the most prestigious and sought-after real estate markets in South Florida. Its exclusive and secluded location makes it the top destination for luxury living, and nowhere will you get the best of it than at 5 Harborage Isle Drive, the island's most exemplary property.

Available for $32 million, this majestic 2-story estate is one of the most expensive listings in our inventory, a testament to its sheer beauty and splendor. Featuring a palatial and regal design, it is situated on three lots (two of them pointed) totaling over 60,000 square feet and boasts prime waterfront access to the pristine Intracoastal Waterway. Lush tropical landscaping and large docks make this an ideal tropical retreat for maritime enthusiasts.

Upon entering this massive home, you will be greeted with a dramatic foyer with rotunda ceiling, exquisite double staircases, and gleaming marble and Brazilian walnut floors. Its interior living space of over 17,000 square feet include 6 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, and 2 half bathrooms, making it more than accommodating to a variety of lifestyles and family sizes.

Every room and corridor is large, voluminous, and brightly lit, with 24-foot high windows throughout. Amenities include a working fireplace, executive study room, private movie theater, large gourmet kitchen, fitness center, stunning grand terrace, and infinity edge pool.

All this can be enjoyed in a private, guard-gated community that is one of the safest and most tranquil in the city, yet in close proximity to the vibrant heart of Fort Lauderdale and its many pristine beaches. In short, you will enjoy the best that South Florida tropical living has to offer from this modern palace. Learn more about this and many other luxury Miami Beach Homes by contacting The Jills today.

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