2bed / 2bath / 1500sf
50’ waterfront / pool
ave. sale price: $470,000
ave. size: 1900 SF
unique, charming neighborhood
excellent shopping, dining, night-
great for powerboats and kayaks
wilton manors is highlighted area
TO BUY OR SELL REAL ESTATE IN THIS BEAUTIFUL NEIGHBORHOOD,
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Wilton Manors is it’s own municipality and is called the “island city” since it is completely surrounded by the north and south fork of the Middle River. Wilton Manors is a great neighborhood and has a lot to offer. A lively commercial district radiates out from 5 points, the central hub where Wilton Drive, 26th St., and Dixie Highway come together. There is a nice urban feeling to these areas with many interesting and unique shops, restaurants and clubs. The city government and the residents have embraced the vision of creating a “sustainable urban village” making this an excellent place to live, work, and play.
Elegant and stylish waterfront homes line the two rivers and the many canals that
extend into the neighborhood. Much of the original mid-
All of Wilton Manors’ waterways are accessible only under 2 fixed bridges with no more than 6’ clearance so this is not a sailboat or even a yachting area. The largest boats here will be small runabouts on the eastern end and as you go under more fixed bridges working your way west, only kayaks and canoes will be parked on your dock. Both rivers are around 130’ wide and the canals are all close to 60’ wide so there is plenty of space for the smaller boats needed to navigate under the bridges. You can take up 1/3 of the canal including your dock and boat. Most lots have 70+ feet of waterfront so you can have up to 60’ of dockspace. If you’re counting, once you get to the eastern edge of the neighborhood, you have 2 fixed bridges to go under and then the Las Olas Blvd. Bridge and the 17th Ave. Bridge, both open on demand to get out to the sea. Click here for a customized list of homes available in Wilton Manors emailed directly to you.
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