Its proximity to the open sea, historical South Florida roots, breathtaking architecture and landscape design has captured the attention of the global real estate haves.
Being an admirer of a variety of luxe real estate magazine mentionable homes, I can spend hours strolling through the expansive tree-lined streets of Rio Vista taking in the views.
There is an unparalleled pride of ownership that sets these residences apart from most neighborhoods I’ve had the pleasure of exploring in my lifetime. It’s truly that wonderful and unique.
Of course you have the premium location, with its proximity to:
- Las Olas Boulevard
- 17th Street Causeway
- Holiday Park
- Fort Lauderdale Beach
- Fort Lauderdale International Airport
- Galleria Mall
- Port Everglades
- downtown Fort Lauderdale
- Victoria Park
- US 1, I95, I595 and the Florida Turnpike
- The Hard Rock
- The Fresh Market
Rio Vista is truly an embodiment of the “Venice of America” that Fort Lauderdale has become renown to be.
Waterfront – It Doesn’t Get Any Better In Fort Lauderdale.
From Spanish to Colonial to Modern Industrial, you have some waterfront properties with hundreds of feet of dock space. Prefer friends with boats and more private yard space to turn the kids loose for an hour or so?
Sure – have a seat in the shade of your ample gazebo with a rum on the rocks in one hand and a great read in the other. Resort style pools, landscaping that rivals the royal gardens (stretching just a bit here but you get the picture), waterfront parks to take advantage of for a late afternoon personal moment in the breeze, and all of the fishing and yachting you can make time for are lifestyle highlights of Rio Vista.
Established and premier living in South Florida. This is one of the most luxurious communities Fort Lauderdale has to offer to the most discerning of people in the marketplace for an arresting home.
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