Neighborhood Spotlight: Imperial Point

Greater Fort Lauderdale is full of many neighborhoods and has many options for todays home buyers but one neighborhood is particular really stands out: Imperial Point.  This is one of the most desirable areas to live in the Fort Lauderdale real estate market.  Today there are approximately 1,470 homes with well kept streets and tropical landscapes.

Located in the northeast corner of the city ( north of N.E 56th Street, east of N.E. 18th Avenue, and south of McNab Road) and is surrounded by excellent shopping and some of the cities top rated schools. Along with good shopping and schools are a excellent variety of restaurants and two of the regions top rated hospitals.

In the last 50 years Imperial Point has always managed to maintain its reputation as being a sought after neighborhood and high on any home shoppers list of places to live. This is a community where neighbors stride to help each other and take pride in where they live.

Home sizes can range from smaller ones around 1,300 sq. feet and larger homes around 2,700 sq. feet with a median around 1,900 sq. feet. The prices currently start around $320’s and top out at or around  $625,000 range. There are several streets that have canal front properties and these will sell for even higher.

There is still opportunity to find a good deal in Imperial Point. Call Fort Lauderdale realtor Keith Hasting when you are ready to sell for a free no obligation appointment and find out what your home is worth.

 

About the Author:

Keith Hasting
Keith has extensive advertising and internet marketing expertise and is a Project Manager at Times Ten Creative, a premiere Fort Lauderdale marketing and advertising agency. This experience makes Keith an excellent choice if you are looking for an agent who knows how to market your property and bring potential buyers through the internet. Clearly, once Keith list your property, he goes well beyond the typical realtor and knows how to market it to sell. As an original Midwesterner, Keith specializes in helping clients who want to relocate from colder climates or simply want to purchase a tropical winter retreat. He is happy to take the time and effort to walk buyers through this process with comfort and ease. In Keith’s free time he enjoys cycling, running, kayaking, traveling, architecture and Florida’s beaches. Keith currently lives in Oakland Park and is excited of the many new things happening in his city.

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