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Fort Lauderdale Riverfront Homes

Fort Lauderdale Riverfront Homes are a significantly smaller group than Intracoastal and Canal front homes found in Fort Lauderdale, but are equal in desirability. Fort Lauderdale doesn’t have to many designated rivers. They are New River which is the “main” river in Fort Lauderdale, Stranahan River named after some of the oldest settlers that came to Fort Lauderdale to set up a trading post along the New River, and Middle River which flows North and South in the Coral Ridge and Bal Harbour neighborhoods.

Stranahan River Waterfront Homes

riverfront-homes-stranahanIf watching cruise ships and mega yachts or boats in general, come and go, than a home along the Stranahan River located in Harbor Beach is where you should start looking. These Fort Lauderdale Riverfront Homes don’t typically come with dockage, but they have some of the most amazing views. The area is located in the southern most section of Fort Lauderdale city and is also in the furthest point East and South. The neighborhood is known as Harbor Beach and the subdivision along Stranahan River is called Harbour Heights. Harbor Beach is known to be one of the most expensive neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale. There are not many homes available here so the prices are going to be a bit higher, starting roughly around $1m. One of the Stranahan Fort Lauderdale riverfront homes available at the time of this article is listed at $4.8m. Recently a home in this neighborhood went on the market for $25.9 million. The home was built by the granddaughter of Oscar Mayer in 1964.


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New River Waterfront Homes

fort-lauderdale-riverfront-homes-img1Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes along the New River, however offer a lot of dock space for boats and it would be difficult to find a waterfront home here that doesn’t offer a dock. The New River flows East and West along the Las Olas Isles and Rio Vista eventually moving further west to Tarpon Bend and Sailboat Bend. The New River technically becomes Tarpon River at Tarpon Bend, but to make things a little easier we will call this entire stretch New RIver. The New River runs along downtown Fort Lauderale and boaters will find the commute to the ocean really quick and easy. Of course, the further west you travel from the ocean, the less expensive the home will be. The best part of New River is that there are no Fixed Bridges until you reach I95 making it one of the best places for Fort Lauderdale riverfront homes! Home prices along New River begin around $1.2m.


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Middle River Waterfront Homes

fort-lauderdale-riverfront-homes-img2Fort Lauderdale waterfront homes along the New River, however offer a lot of dock space for boats and it would be difficult to find a waterfront home here that doesn’t offer a dock. The New River flows East and West along the Las Olas Isles and Rio Vista eventually moving further west to Tarpon Bend and Sailboat Bend. The New River technically becomes Tarpon River at Tarpon Bend, but to make things a little easier we will call this entire stretch New RIver. The New River runs along downtown Fort Lauderale and boaters will find the commute to the ocean really quick and easy. Of course, the further west you travel from the ocean, the less expensive the home will be. The best part of New River is that there are no Fixed Bridges until you reach I95 making it one of the best places for Fort Lauderdale riverfront homes! Home prices along New River begin around $1.2m.


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