Florida ID: 7050
965 Tropic Boulevard
Tropic Isle Point Lot With 185' of Waterfrontage Delray Beach
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- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.5,201
- Intracoastal frontage
- Intracoastal view
- No fixed bridges
Remarkable opportunity to purchase an extremely rare, oversized deepwater estate home with approximately 185 feet of waterfrontage with ocean access. This 1992 pool home has been meticulously maintained and updated with a granite island chef’s kitchen, glass elevator, downstairs junior suite, and three additional suites plus master suite upstairs with his/her closets. Every room boasts amazing Intracoastal views galore. The property’s exterior has a resort setting with tropical trees, multi level pool and spa, paver pathways, 100-foot dock, complete outdoor kitchen, and cabana bath with shower all overlooking the Intracoastal Waterway and canal. The entire home is equipped with electric Roladen shutters and is completely walled-in and features a gated entrance with key pad. This property is the north point lot reaching the Intracoastal on a very wide canal with the ability to dock a large yacht or multiple yachts.
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History plays a big role in the identity of the seaside community of Delray Beach, located between Palm Beach and Boca Raton.
Delray is a leader in Florida’s historic preservation movement, designating several neighborhoods as historic districts in order to preserve its illustrious past. In downtown Delray Beach on the boutique-and café lined Atlantic Avenue is the Old School Square Cultural Arts Center, which has been a transformed into the centerpiece of this historic downtown shopping district. You will also find a museum, theatre as well as an outdoor entertainment pavilion in the heart of downtown Delray. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as a central gathering place for the close-knit community. Adjacent to Old School Square is Pineapple Grove, an area filled with art galleries and sculptures by local artists.The Cornell Museum, the Crest Theatre, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, the American Orchid Society’s world headquarters, the Palm Beach Photographic Centre, Cason Cottage Museum and the Delray Beach Playhouse round out the town’s many cultural offerings.