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The Jills are pleased to announce a new Venetian Islands waterfront listing, 503 East Dilido Drive listed at $5.75 million. This Spanish home is located on an expansive lot of 10,500 square feet with 60 feet of waterfront, which is visible from every room. It has a one bedroom guest cottage, perfect for visitors or a mother in law quarters. The home has 3,917 square feet of living area and has five bedrooms and four and one half baths. The balcony on the second floor opens to water views and the Florida room also has French doors encouraging indoor outdoor living. The flooring is a mix of travertine and wood and the vaulted ceilings have exposed beams, a very desirable and common style in South Florida architecture and design. Other features include formal dining room, den with courtyard entrance, living room, family room, and master suite on the second story. This home has an amazing location and all the charm of a classic Spanish home on the Venetian Islands.

The Venetian Islands currently have 28 properties for sale, 7 of which are located on Dilido Island. Dilido Island is dissected by the Venetian Causeway and the respective sides are East Dilido and West Dilido. The Venetian Causeway links the Venetian Islands to Downtown Miami and Miami Beach, making commuting to either area very convenient. Dilido Island is walking distance to the very popular shopping and dining in Sunset Harbor and the neighborhood favorite places are Panther Coffee, Ice Boxx Café, and Pubbelly Sushi. Sunset Harbor also has a Publix and Fresh Market. If you are interested in 503 East Dilido Drive or other Venetian Islands homes, please contact The Jills today!

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