2401 Laguna Dr.


The most elegant Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes are found in the premier waterfront enclave of prestigious Harbor Beach. Harbor Beach is an unparalleled setting for this magnificent custom estate. Capturing wide water vistas in tropical seclusion, the stately Mediterranean-style villa presides over a prime point lot spanning some 320 FT along the Intracoastal Waterway. An incomparable venue for entertaining, this palatial residence comprises elegant touches and luxurious amenities. This is a one of a kind Fort Lauderdale waterfront point lot estate with the finest quality construction details and finishes to please the most discerning buyer. 6 bedrooms/7 baths/2 half baths and 12428 square feet. This fabulous Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Home has been sold at a price of $8,000,000. Waterfront Home listings can be found at the bottom of this website.



Fort Lauderdale consists of approximately 33 square miles. It is the 7th largest city in Florida and the largest in Broward County. The Atlantic Ocean is the border on the East with its pristine beaches. Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes are on both the Intracoastal Waterway and Canals which are everywhere in Fort Lauderdale winding their way thru the City. The canals all feed into the Intracoastal Waterway and from there into the Atlantic Ocean. In addition you can find many Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes on the New River which flows thru the city to the ocean. This also offers a way for boats to reach the ocean. Fort Lauderdale is often called the Venice of America and that is reflected in the price of waterfront homes in Fort Lauderdale.

Property values of waterfront homes in Fort Lauderdale are enormously affected by their location relative to the water. There are various factors such as Oceanfront, Intracoastal Waterway, Canal, Canal Width, Lake etc. Other considerations are canal bridges, including whether or not the bridge opens to allow large boats to pass and the height of the bridge itself. When a property is described as Deep Water it means there are no bridge impediments to reach the ocean and this is the ideal Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Home. A fixed bridge property means the bridge does not open and you are restricted to the size of boat which will fit under the bridge. Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes can also be directly on the Atlantic Ocean and offer an Intracoastal dockage as well. The width of the Intracoastal Waterway also influences the waterfront housing prices. A large open waterway is more valuable than a small one. This particular Fort Lauderdale waterfront home is located on one of the widest parts of the Intracoastal offering stunning views. Other factors to consider if your buying a Fort Lauderdale waterfront home is the size of the dock itself. Most of these homes have a dock sizes of 80 to 100 feet however some have only as little as 20 feet and point lot homes can have well over 300 feet.