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Fort Lauderdale Area Homes for Sale - MLS Home Listings

Fort Lauderdale is a city in Broward County, Florida, known for its beautiful beaches, waterways, and vibrant downtown area. There are many homes for sale in Fort Lauderdale, ranging from luxury condos to single-family homes in various neighborhoods. Prices for homes in Fort Lauderdale vary depending on the property's location, size, and age. The city is popular with full-time residents and vacation home buyers, and a diverse mix of properties is available to suit a wide range of budgets and preferences.


Fort Lauderdale's Best Neighborhoods

Some popular neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale for home buyers include Harbor BeachMore Info, Sunrise IntracoastalMore InfoCoral Ridge Country Club EstatesMore Info, Las Olas IslesMore Info, Rio VistaMore Info, Victoria ParkMore Info, and Wilton ManorsMore Info. In addition to traditional residential properties, there are also gated communities and golf course communities such as The Enclave EstatesMore Info available in Fort Lauderdale.

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$88,000,000
-10% (-$10,000,000)  
6 Beds | 6 Baths | 20,000 sf ($4,400 / SqFt)
5 Harborage isle
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
1 Price Changes / 132 Days Ago  
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$39,995,000
 
6 Beds | 6 Baths
1845 SE 7th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$39,500,000
 
7 Beds | 8 Baths | 12,188 sf ($3,241 / SqFt)
501 Middle River Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
 
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$39,000,000
 
9 Beds | 13 Baths | 17,812 sf ($2,190 / SqFt)
2900 NE 37th Street
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308
 
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$36,995,000
-6% (-$2,000,000)  
7 Beds | 10 Baths | 10,400 sf ($3,557 / SqFt)
1400 W Lake Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
2 Price Changes / 2 Days Ago  
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$35,000,000
 
6 Beds | 6 Baths | 7,221 sf ($4,847 / SqFt)
1812 SE 14th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$34,995,000
 
6 Beds | 9 Baths | 9,202 sf ($3,803 / SqFt)
1811 SE 10th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$33,900,000
 
6 Beds | 7 Baths | 10,209 sf ($3,321 / SqFt)
23 Isla Bahia Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$32,000,000
 
6 Beds | 9 Baths | 10,565 sf ($3,029 / SqFt)
529 Bontona Ave
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$31,500,000
 
10 Beds | 13 Baths | 13,567 sf ($2,322 / SqFt)
2626 Delmar Pl
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$29,999,999
 
5 Beds | 8 Baths | 9,138 sf ($3,283 / SqFt)
671 Middle River Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
 
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$29,995,000
 
6 Beds | 7 Baths | 8,114 sf ($3,697 / SqFt)
2724 Sea Island Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$25,500,000
 
7 Beds | 7 Baths | 7,796 sf ($3,271 / SqFt)
2301 Aqua Vista Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$25,000,000
 
8 Beds | 8 Baths | 8,962 sf ($2,790 / SqFt)
632 2ND KEY DR
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
 
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$22,500,000
 
7 Beds | 8 Baths
1822 SE 9th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$21,900,000
 
6 Beds | 6 Baths
51 Isla Bahia Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316
 
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$20,000,000
-5% (-$1,000,000)  
6 Beds | 8 Baths | 10,966 sf ($1,824 / SqFt)
1717 N Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33305
1 Price Changes / 38 Days Ago  
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$19,900,000
 
5 Beds | 7 Baths | 10,218 sf ($1,948 / SqFt)
2 PELICAN DR
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$18,500,000
 
2721 Sea Island Dr
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
 
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$18,495,000
-3% (-$500,000)  
6 Beds | 8 Baths | 8,315 sf ($2,224 / SqFt)
2880 NE 28th St
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33306
1 Price Changes / 2 Days Ago  
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$18,000,000
-8% (-$1,500,000)  
8 Beds | 10 Baths | 12,337 sf ($1,459 / SqFt)
2509 Aqua Vista Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
1 Price Changes / 134 Days Ago  

Yachting Capital of the World

In a time past, this oceanside getaway was known as merely a spring break hotspot. However, through the efforts of a progressive city government and involved residents, it has been transformed into an affluent and first-class international business center that offers its residents a high standard of living and excellent quality of life. An array of luxury districts boasting hotels, shopping, and fine dining are Echoing this new era for the city. Mansions and yachts dot “Millionaire’s Row” on the Intracoastal waterway traveling through Fort Lauderdale and making the area a world-renowned yachting capital.

Fort Lauderdale Area Attractions

Over 14.3 million visitors flock to Fort Lauderdale annually, bringing an estimated $11.4 billion to the local economy. Port Everglades in the Great Fort Lauderdale area is known as Florida’s “powerhouse port”. While the port is one of the most active cargoes in the United States, it is one of the top three cruise spots in the world. In 2014 over 4 million people sailed to and from Fort Lauderdale on the nine cruise lines servicing the port. In addition to the flourishing port, the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport provides service to 24.6 million passengers annually on any of the 34 airlines. As the eighth largest city in Florida and largest in Broward County, Fort Lauderdale is home to a population of 183,000.

Fort Lauderdale Video Tour


Fort Lauderdale History

The area known as Fort Lauderdale was settled in the 16th century by Spanish Explorers and was originally called the New River Settlement. The region was ceded to the British along with the rest of Florida in 1763 by the Treaty of Paris, which signaled the end of the Seven Years’ War. Decades later, the area would earn the name Fort Lauderdale after Major William Lauderdale built a series of three forts during the Second Seminole War. Also known as the "Florida War," Major William Lauderdale led a group of Tennessee Volunteers against the newly aggressive Seminole Warriors who threatened the settlement's safety. The United States could officially claim the land after the war ended in 1842.

The area remained largely unpopulated until the 1890s when the Florida East Coast Railroad granted easier access to the region. In 1911 the city was officially incorporated and began a fast track toward growth through the 1920s during the "Florida Land Boom." While the 1926 Miami Hurricane and the Great Depression both caused a strain on the city's relatively new economy, this resourceful town would not be slowed down for long. After becoming a primary US Naval base during World War II, the war's end brought many service members who had fallen in love with the area home to Fort Lauderdale. The surge of new residents signaled the population boom of the 1970’s, the largest the area had ever seen. After years of economic success and population growth, the city became the success it is today.

What Locals Like In Fort Lauderdale

One can only hope to discover the vast offerings of Fort Lauderdale by experiencing it first-hand. An enchanting cultural scene invites visitors of all ages to enjoy various activities. There is no shortage of entertainment, from arts, shopping, culture, and events to exquisite beaches. “Follow the Red Brick Road" of the Riverwalk to experience some of the city’s arts, science, and history scene; including the Museum of Art, Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, and the Museum of Discovery and Science, all by way of the attractively landscaped park. A healthy appreciation for the arts is alive and well in Fort Lauderdale with blooming art districts and a $100-million “art in public spaces program” that encompasses the entire county. Year-round arts festivals bring artists and art aficionados alike to the city.

Shopping in Fort Lauderdale

For the shopping enthusiast, Las Olas Boulevard has been acclaimed as a world-renowned center for fashion, fine dining, and entertainment. Las Olas Boulevard offers luxury and quaint allure and has been designated the “Style Mile”. In addition to the charm of outdoor shopping, the city also has two world-class malls, The Galleria and Sawgrass Mills. Galleria caters to the upscale style of the area as a premier shopping destination home to over 100 specialty shops. Sawgrass Mills was one of the first mega-outlet malls in America and today claims the title of the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in the US.

The Culture of Fort Lauderdale

The culture and events of Fort Lauderdale abound, with the city as a stunning backdrop. With year-round cultural and historical events to beach concert series, there is always something going on in this thriving metropolis. The film appreciation, venues, and festivals of Underground Lauderdale bring an eclectic blend of cinema enthusiasts to the area. The city's historical significance is also a huge draw to the area, including an antique car museum, the Naval Air Station Museum, and Stranahan House.

Consistently voted in the top 10 attractions of Fort Lauderdale, the Stranahan House is a history buff’s dream. Built in 1901 by Frank Stranahan, known as Fort Lauderdale’s “Founding Father”, the house is the oldest surviving structure in Broward County. Visitors are encouraged to take the guided tour offered at the house to experience a face-to-face encounter with the city's history. For more modern fun, various betting venues and free-standing casinos offer tables, slots, thoroughbreds, dog racing, and private poker rooms.

However, experiencing the “Venice of America” would not be complete without a traditional gondola ride. Take a leisurely, romantic tour of the New River or explore the region's backwaters in an electric gondola. The area's available fine dining and regional cuisines are also a huge draw. Whatever your taste may be, from a cozy romantic waterfront table for two to a family-friendly steakhouse, or an ethnic treat from one of the many different cultures that call the city home, the options are endless. A thriving nightlife scene adds to your night out in Fort Lauderdale. Find your rhythm at any of the city's nightclubs or dance clubs. Wind down at a wine bar or liven things up at a comedy club or sports bar.

Ft. Lauderdale Pier

The Allure of Fort Lauderdale Beach

Perhaps the longest-running attraction of Fort Lauderdale is the golden sand of Fort Lauderdale Beach or any of the 23 miles of beaches that line the city. In addition to the natural beauty of the beaches, six beaches are “Blue Wave Certified” by the Clean Beaches Council. This ensures visitors will be welcomed to a clean, safe, and economically thriving beach. Fort Lauderdale Beach is known as a safe location for families while still allowing for an active array of entertainment for all ages. To improve your time on the beach, chairs and umbrellas are available to rent, and concessions are obtainable from several locations. The city runs these offerings, so every dollar spent is returned to the local economy. Step a few feet off the shore and into a world with lively inhabitants.

Fort Lauderdale can be appreciated through various tour options. Perhaps that might be on a guided Segway or bike tour weaving through the bustling streets. Or any of the multiple waterway tour options available, from a harbor cruise or sailboat, an airboat, a paddleboard, or a riverboat cruise. Come back on land for a guided trolley tour through the city's art and historic districts.

Snorkeling and scuba diving are available on flourishing reefs that start less than 15 feet deep. A natural three-tiered living coral reef and over 76 artificial reef systems make for hours of available diving adventure. In addition to underwater adventures, various fishing experiences and water sports are available throughout the area. The constant and varied nature of the events of Fort Lauderdale and the surrounding area might seem impossible to keep up with. Yet, this progressive city has an answer for that, too.


Premier Home Listings in Fort Lauderdale

Here you can find premier home listings in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Homes in Fort Lauderdale stand among the most desirable real estate in South Florida, with various floor plans and impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean and waterways. Residents of this lively city enjoy a tropical climate, providing an average of 3,000 hours of sunshine and a temperature of 75 °F (24 °C), all year long. The ever-improving economic climate is also a sense of comfort to the residents of this picturesque Florida city. Homes in Fort Lauderdale offer access to the areas best amenities such as an evening on Las Olas Boulevard or the day spent at the Coral Ridge Golf Course. Fort Lauderdale homes for sale are in high demand with today's best property options found here. New home listings in Fort Lauderdale are included in our MLS databaseMore Info of premier Broward County properties.


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