4bed / 4bath / 2800sf
80’ riverfront compound
ave. sale price: $387,000
ave. size: 1540 SF
historic downtown neighborhood
charming and eclectic
walk to shops, restaurants, and clubs
sailboat bend is highlighted area
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Sailboat Bend just can’t help it if it’s the hippest neighborhood around! The North Fork of the New River makes up the southern edge of the neighborhood and it is just west of downtown. Close to downtown, gracious homes in lush settings dot the riverfront. These are not the mansions of the east side, but many beautiful and sometimes funky historical homes. On the west side of the neighborhood, the homes get smaller yet, with some waterfront in the Village of Sailboat Bend townhouse complex. Further yet, there are small homes set alongside a nature preserve, some beyond that just before the North Fork goes under the first fixed bridge making this the furthest ocean access land with no fixed bridges on the North Fork.
The overall neighborhood is a wonderful mix of single family homes, older apartments, newer condos and townhomes, artist’s lofts, a corner store, some blossoming commercial areas on the east and north sides, and even a historic fire station. The historical Swing Bridge on SW 11th Ave. connects Sailboat Bend with Riverside Park. The area closer to Broward on the north side can be a bit rough and the whole neighborhood is “in transition” as they say but it’s still fairly affordable, you can walk to the bars and restaurants on Himmarshee across SW 4th Ave. and it’s older trees create a nice little oasis. The Riverwalk starts at public marina on the eastern edge, the beach is 20 minutes away, and the International Airport is 10.
The waterfront property is all on the river except for one tiny canal. From Sailboat
Bend, you have to go under all of the downtown bridges to get to sea, as well as
the Swing Bridge west of 11th Ave., but they all open on demand. It takes about 35
minutes to get out to sea from here. The SW 4th Ave bridge has a 20’ clearance, the
railroad bridge is left up unless there is a train passing through, the S. Andrews
Ave. bridge has a 21’ clearance, and the SE 3rd Ave. bridge is 16’. After this, you
will still have to pass under the 17th St. Causeway with its 55’ clearance when it’s
closed. It will open upon request anytime at 15 min. intervals if necessary. The
river varies widely from 100’ to over 300’ wide. You can take up 1/3 of the width
including your dock and boat. Most lots have only 50-
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