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Just Listed At The Corinthian, Beautiful 3D
Just Listed At The Corinthian, Beautiful 3D

 
Monday, April 02, 2012
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I am pleased to announce my newest listing in The Corinthian Condominium in Beautiful Fort Lauderdale. Residence 3D is completely renovated and contains 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms within 1450 square feet.  Among the incredible kitchen upgrades made in residence 3D are an open kitchen with red birch and ripple glass custom cabinets, blue pearl granite counters with matching dining bar, metallic tile backsplash, Kitchen Aid stainless steel appliances, and Fisher Playkel SS dishwasher.  This updated waterfront residence has bamboo wood floors in the living area, smooth ceilings, hurricane impact glass and shutters, with floor to ceiling windows facing east and south down the Intracoastal Waterway. The ensuite master bath upgrades include custom maple cabinetry, Cambria counters, porcelain tile, and a redesigned tumbled marble walk in shower with seamless glass shower enclosure. Guest bath was updated with a white birch vanity and black onyx granite countertop. Each bedroom features plantation shutters. This residence offers incredible yacht level views up and down the Intracoastal Waterway, is impeccable and in pristine move in condition. This unit boasts a highly coveted oversized covered single space on the upper lobby level. This is the only  2 bedroom residence for sale in the Corinthian at present, and will not last.  This wonderful Sunrise Intracoastal location is in the Bayview Elementary and Sunrise Middle School district.


The Corinthian on the Intracoastal is a luxury gated 24 story building directly on the Intracoastal Waterway in Ft Lauderdale. There are 152 spacious two bedroom, two bath units in the building with east/west exposure, plus three elegant penthouse residences on the 23rd floor.  Amenities include 24 hour security and parking attendants, covered assigned parking, semi-private elevators, and a 3 room Fitness Center on the 23rd floor. The newly renovated rooftop has a wonderful heated, fresh water pool, and nicely appointed clubhouse, with kitchen facilities for entertaining.  I reported last week on the current shrinking market in The Corinthian and later in the week, The Miami Association of Realtors, announced what I predicted regarding the Broward real estate marketplace; that pending home sales for February were up a whopping 53%!  According to the Miami Association of Realtors, 3,902 single family homes and condominiums were pending last month, up 2,555 from February of 2011. This is one of the key indicators for the future of the market in Fort Lauderdale and I would encourage both buyers and sellers to take advantage of the prices you can get now. Low inventory is advantageous to sellers because they can factor in “availability” when determining an appropriate listing price. Buyers need to act quickly to capitalize on the remaining good values. For more information on waterfront homes and condominiums in Fort Lauderdale, please contact me directly!
 

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