Florida ID: 7168
414 North Atlantic Drive
Hypoluxo Island, Florida Hypoluxo
- Garage Spaces2
- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,990
- Intracoastal view
Approved short sale! Great opportunity for waterfront living on Hypoluxo Island. Beautifully renovated with custom finishes throughout. Located on protected waterway with ocean access. Great outdoor living w/dock, pool, spa & loggia. Totally renovated including custom kitchen w/granite, stainless appliances & wood cabinets, banquet overlooking the Intracoastal. Formal living room has fireplace & arched windows. Family/dining has built-in wall unit, slate floors & opens to the loggia. 2nd floor master suite has his & hers closets, hardwood floors, luxurious bath and loft/widows peak with panaramic waterviews. Additional features include metal roof, cedar siding, native trees, cabana bath, large utility room, pebble tec pool & spa, office, courtyard & loggia. Beautiful, private pool area idea for entertaining. Stroll to beach, parks, restaurants & shops. Ritz Carlton, John G's, Ice Cream Club, Evelyn & Aurther & Old Key Lime house just a stone's throw away. Palm Beach International airport 8 miles. Atlantic Ocean 3 blocks. Situated between Palm Beach and Delray Beach.
Hypoluxo is nestled in the heart of Palm Beach County, Florida, on the shores of the Intracoastal Waterway between Lake Worth and Boynton Beach.
Hypoluxo is famed as the home of the “Barefoot Mailmen.” Back in 1885, the primitive communication lines between Jupiter and Miami were greatly expanded with the establishment of the Star Mail Route. E. R. Bradley (his namesake restaurant is a popular waterfront eatery in downtown West Palm Beach) was commissioned to take the mail by rowboat from the West Palm Beach terminus of the Celestial Railroad to Hypoluxo, then by foot along the beaches for the 60 miles to Miami -- a dangerous round trip that took six days. These Barefoot Mailmen are a true Florida legend.