Neighborhood Spotlight: Poinsettia Heights

The neighborhood of Poinsettia Heights is one of Fort Lauderdale’s most pleasant and sought after places to live. When home shoppers start to look at the Fort Lauderdale real estate market this is must see for those wanting to be close to the beach, excellent shopping and homes with charm and tree shaded streets.

It is located just west of Federal Hwy and north of Sunrise Blvd make it very accessible and convenient. Poinsettia Heights is only ten minutes to downtown Fort Lauderdale, the beach, Las Olas and The Galleria. There is a true sense of community and pride for the home owners here that make it appealing.

The area had much of the homes built in the 1940’s & 1950’s with sizes that range from 1,100 to 1,800 sq. feet. Current selling prices start at or around $250,000’s (small in sq. footage and needing some upgrading) and go up to $675,000 for larger homes with pools.

For current listed homes in Poinsettia Heights or other information don’t hesitate to call or email with inquiries.

By | 2017-06-01T20:27:45+00:00 August 6th, 2014|Fort Lauderdale Luxury Real Estate, Fort Lauderdale Real Estate, Fort Lauderdale Realtor, Homes for Sale Fort Lauderdale|Comments Off on Neighborhood Spotlight: Poinsettia Heights

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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.