Florida ID: 3153
2774 S Ocean Blvd #210
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,500
- Ocean view
- Tennis court
IF RESORT-STYLE LIVING IS THE REASON TO BUY IN FLORIDA, THEN HERE IS THE OPPORTUNITY THAT WILL BE HARD TO BEAT! THIS 2 BEDROOM 2 BATH GEM HAS SPECTACULAR OCEAN VIEWS & IT HAS BEEN UPDATED & FRESHENED! THE BUILDING HAS BEEN MODERNIZED TOP TO BOTTOM! A Fantastic Location on desirable S.Ocean Blvd. steps to the Four Seasons Hotel & 10 minutes to one of the Best Shopping & Dining Experiences in the World, Worth Avenue, & a Newly Renovated Building with 5 Star Amenities such as a New Fitness Center & Magnificent Oceanside Pool, combine to make this nearly 1300 sqft. Beauty a Terrific Buy! From the New Ceramic Tile Floors on the Diagonal in the Gorgeous Living-Dining room that features a Wall of Sliding Glass Doors leading to an inviting Balcony with Breathtaking views of the Beach & the Ocean! The Newer & Totally Updated Tile gourmet Kitchen has top-of-the-line Frigidaire Professional Series Stainless Steel Appliances including a Double Door Refrigerator with Water & Ice Dispenser, Ceramic Cooktop Stove, Microwave & Dishwasher! The European style Furniture Quality Cabinets are bountiful & the Black Granite Counter Tops, Backsplash & Recessed Lighting add to the Drama of this Stunning Space! There are also a Deep Well Stainless Steel Sink with Professional Faucet, Oversized Pantry & a Convenient Service Door!The Large Master Suite with Incomparable Views of the Ocean offers a Dressing Area with Huge Walk-in Closet leading to an Sumptuous New Tile Bath with a European-Style Granite toped Vanity & An Extra Large Stall Shower with Seamless Glass Door & Rainforest Showerhead. The Second Bedroom has another Great View, a Private Bath & a Huge Walk-in Closet.There are accordion Shutters, Newer Carpeting in the Bedrooms! Must See!
According to early settler accounts, Palm Beach received its name from the shipwreck of the "Providencia."
The ship washed ashore in January of 1878 with a cargo of cocoanuts bound from Havana to Barcelona. Early settlers lost no time salvaging and planting the cocoanuts, which were not native to South Florida, hoping to launch the area into the commercial cocoanut industry. But this lush barrier island, 16 miles long and located 65 miles north of Miami, was destined for much bigger things. Its close proximity to the warm waters of the Gulf Stream produced a hothouse environment where the crème de la crème would flourish.