Seven Isles Las Olas
Seven Isles is comprised of 6 Isles plus the Isle that Las Olas Blvd is Located on. The Seven Isles each have a unique name. The Isles are Del Mar Place which means “Of the Sea”, Castilla Isle which means “Castle”, De Sota after Spanish conquistador “Hernando De Soto,” Barcelona after a “City in Spain”, Aqua Vista which means “Water View”, Pelican Isle and Sea Island. This area consist only of single family homes. The homes are primarily waterfront homes with docks. There is a section of homes that are not waterfront. They are located within an triangle made up by Seven Isles Dr., Barcelona Dr., and Desota Dr. Non-Waterfront home in Seven Isles start a just under $1m and Waterfront homes from $1.5m. Some homes in the neighborhood have been priced over $25m.
Seven Isles Drive has a unique history and was part of the early 1920’s land boom. Dredged by W.F Morang, the Seven Isles were originally called the Lauderdale Isles which is not associated with current “Luaderdale Isles” of today’s Riverland Village. As part of the promotions to sell the land, Morang built massive 40ft high twin columns as a gateway to the new development. Unfortunately the Florida land boom ended quickly after the September hurricane of 1926. The hurricane toppled the twin columns. The eastern column still remains with help from the residents of the neighborhood. It has since been given historic designation status.
Seven Isles is approximately 80 acres and is home to approximately 1200 residents in approximately 315 homes. This is one of the only sub-developments of the Las Olas Isles to has a Homeowners’ Association that was established in 1986. The Association had the name of the road “23rd Avenue” changed to Seven Isles Drive.
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