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Thursday, May 1, 2014

Harbor Beach is often considered one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale. North of the 17th St. Causeway and East of the Intracoastal, this exclusive gated community features fewer than 400 homes all situated on 6 man-made islands, creating an abundance of waterfront property with both ocean access and direct frontage on either wide canals, the New River, or the Intracoastal.  It is actually made up of a few smaller neighborhoods together - Harbor Beach, Harbor Beach Isles, and Harbour Inlet. Harborage Isle, the epitome of luxury living with only 18 custom-built homes on a private guard-gated island, is also accessible via a bridge from Harbor Beach Isles.  Many homes in Harbor Beach are adjacent to beautiful Lake Sylvia, a self-contained portion of the Intracoastal and popular destination for recreational boaters.

Because of its stellar location and private, exclusive feel, this community has been called “the ultimate experience in waterfront living” by HOME Fort Lauderdale magazine. Harbor Beach is an ideal neighborhood for boating enthusiasts, with many homes featuring deepwater dockage spacious enough for the largest of luxury yachts, sport, and fishing boats. The waterways, kept safe by private security patrol, offer boaters quick access to the open waters of the Atlantic within minutes.  A great feature for residents is membership in the exclusive Harbor Beach Surf Club, a private 300' beach complete with a members-only club house.  An attendant is available to see to the members’ needs during the day, but the Club - and access to the beach - is open 24 hours a day.  There is also the Harbor Beach Marina allowing for the rental of additional boat dockage.

Harbor Beach presents a distinct "Old Fort Lauderdale" feel favored by many of its residents who seek the benefits of living in an established upscale community.  Because a prime location between Las Olas Boulevard and the 17th Street causeway, Harbor Beach is just a mere stroll or short ride to beaches, shopping, dining, and first-class entertainment.  It is conveniently located near the Port Everglades inlet where the ocean can be accessed in a matter of minutes. And, it is mere blocks from famed Fort Lauderdale Beach, with just a short trip over the causeway to the conveniences of the Harbour Shops & Southport Shopping Center.  Real Estate in Harbor Beach can range from just under $700,000 for a dry lot home to $10+ million for magnificent waterfront estates.

The Gayle Borden Real Estate Group is the leading expert in luxury Fort Lauderdale Real Estate, working tirelessly to provide comprehensive service to all our clients.  For more information on Harbor Beach or other fine Fort Lauderdale neighborhoods, contact us by calling 954-525-3355, or send an email to

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