One of the most sought after communities where original classic historical bungalows dwell side by side with magnificent new mansions in perfect neighborly fashion. This lovely old area stretches from US 1 along the New River to the Intracoastal Waterway and then south to 15th Street. There are non-waterfront homes, restricted waterfront homes and those beauties on the finger islands. These finger islands were created in the 1920's in the romantic Mediterranean style of Venice creating a neighborhood of families and yachtsmen living in harmony. In 1938, The Lauderdale Yacht Club was built at the Intracoastal point of 12th St., the south boundary of the Rio Vista Islands and the north boundary of Lauderdale Harbors.
The living here is easy and good! If you don't want to take your car, take your bicycle or golf cart or walk to excellent shopping and dining. You can walk or bicycle through the tunnel or over the bridge to tony Las Olas Boulevard and its myriad delights of shoppes, dining and art festivals. Golf carts abound as do children and dogs. This is a real American small town neighborhood!
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