A custom-designed penthouse in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, with jaw dropping views of the city’s skyline and waterways is headed for auction on June 20, 2020 through Elite Auctions.
With over 3,000 square feet of living space above the sea, this penthouse boasts high-end custom design and finishes throughout. Upon entering past the home’s private elevator and double-entry glass doors, there is true sense of privacy and elevated living. From the open kitchen fit for a chef to the porcelain tile floors and Italian floor-to-ceiling cabinets, no detail was spared in the home’s design. The kitchen also features a Subzero refrigerator with beverage drawers, elegant white quartz countertops and backsplash, along with a custom bar. Designed for sophisticated living, the home’s bedrooms feature custom California closets, designer glass doors, custom vanities, and privacy from the open common spaces.
Each room is filled with natural light and the open-plan allows for fluid movement throughout. To top it off, the home also features an oversized, private rooftop terrace overlooking multimillion dollar homes and endless blue skies. The rooftop deck also has its own summer kitchen, adding to the thoughtful features throughout that make this the ultimate entertainer’s home. A truly modern offering, this home features smart devices to control lighting, sound and privacy shades for true comfort and convenience.
Offering the best of both worlds, the penthouse also features its own private boat slip to soak in the best the area has to offer. While not enjoying the desirable lifestyle Fort Lauderdale has to offer just minutes away on foot, owners can take in the incredible views of the Las Olas waterways from the privacy of their home, from sunrise to sunset.
The final preview with Elite Auctions will be on Friday, June 19th, 1-4 PM. The auction will be held on Saturday, June 20th 2 PM on site with remote bidding available. For more information about the property and auction, contact Tara McLean of Elite Auctions at 508.942.3769 or email@example.com.
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