Zip Code 33301

Driving along Las Olas Blvd, east of the Himmarshee Canal and west of the Las Olas Isles is the quaint little neighborhood of Colee Hammock! Single-Family Homes, Townhouses & Condominiums that are both waterfront and non-waterfront can be found here. Close to downtown, Ocean, Airport, Seaport, Las Olas Blvd and more.

Buy or Sell a home. Call Real Estate Broker, Gavin McNeal @ 954.465.1078 for more information.

Colee Hammock Real Estate

There is diverse mix of real estate to choose from in Colee Hammock that ranges from single family homes, townhouses, condominiums and luxury condominiums. There is a wide range of home styles available in Colee Hammock including contemporary, Art Deco, Mediterranean, Cape Code, Southern and more. Colee Hammock is divided into 2 sections by Las Olas blvd. This highly desirable neighborhood features a number of waterfront homes. Waterfront homes in Colee Hammock are located on the Tarpon River/New River or along one of the Intracoastal waterway canals. The waterfront homes of Colee Hammock are located within a very short distance to the ocean with no fixed bridges.There is a home to suit any taste in Colee Hammock.


There is a wide range of homes in Colee Hammock and almost all of them are quite charming. Of course there are some of those that stand out more than others. It could be an enormous waterfront home, a contemporary architectural masterpiece or this Southern style home I have photographed here. You can’t miss this one when you are going by. This beautiful home is surrounded by Hammock trees of it’s own age. The streets of Colee Hammock are filled with canopies grown with trees. It’s both beautiful and cooling at the same time. One of my favorite homes in this neighborhood is an 80’s contemporary single -family home located on a canal. Certainly, not something you see everyday!

Colee Hammock Fort Lauderdale Charming

Historical Colee Hammock!

Colee Hammock is located in the “Historical Heart” of Fort Lauderdale and this can be easily noticed when driving along Las Olas Boulevard. The architecture along Las Olas Boulevard in the Colee Hammock has a very distinct historical charm which is what makes it so attractive. There are building codes within this historic neighborhood that limits the height of the buildings. You can notice that the buildings become significantly taller once you cross the Himmershee Canal Bridge, going west. The name of the neighborhood is the combination of the Hammock Trees and for James Louis Colee, an engineer who worked for Mary Brickell, owner of the land. The neighborhood is located south of East Broward Boulevard, north of the Intracoastal’s New River waterway, east of Himmershee Canal and west of the Las Olas Isles. This neighborhood is in a prime location of Fort Lauderdale and the home prices reflect this.


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