SHORT SALE, HOUSE NEEDS NEW ROOF , NEW FLOORS , POSSIBLE STRUCTURAL ISSUES , KITCHEN APPLIANCES DO NOT CONVEY.
HOUSE HAS 2 BEDROOM , MASTER BEDROOM DOES NOT HAVE A CLOSET, ALTHOUGH PROPERTY APPRAISAL OFFICE SAYS 3 BEDROOM .
Nicely updated 2/2 Lighthouse Point home; huge eat-in kitchen w/granite counters & stainless appliances, wine cooler, custom solid cherry cabinets, desk/work area; floors are bamboo wood & tile; a/c age 4 yrs & new hot water heater; 2 car garage w/laundry and separate shop area; large side yard with enough room to store a boat behind fence, 2 porch areas
MOTIVATED SELLER on this great 3 bedroom home in highly desirable Lighthouse Point neighborhood! Buyers may be eligible for a closing cost credit when financing is obtained through the sellers approved lender. Updated kitchen is centrally located. Offers granite counter-tops, stainless steel appliances, and opens to both Living Room and Dining-Florida Room combo. Florida Room offers flexible space for a home office, den, or a more formal dining
Nice 3/2 home with family room and large inside laundry room In Hillsboro Estates. Located in the heart of Lighthouse Point. Neutral tile throughout all living areas. Open kitchen. Large private fenced yard. Great Lighthouse Point location. Carport and circular drive. Come see today!!
WHAT A BEAUTY, GREAT CLEAN HOME EAST OF FEDERAL HWY, NO HOA. ALL TILE FLOORS, NO CARPET OR WALLPAPER. OPEN FLOOR PLAN, WITH LOTS OF LIGHT. NEW WASHER AND DRYER. SUPER CLEAN, WHITE OPEN KITCHEN WITH LOTS OF CABINETS, PASSTHRU SLIDER TO THE PATIO. NEW SCREENED PATIO. WHAT A GREAT FENCED YARD, GREAT FOR KIDS OR PET(S). EXTRA LONG ONE CAR GARAGE. IMPACT WINDOWS MOST OF THE HOME (NOT THE SLIDERS OR KITCHEN WINDOW BUT HAS HURRICANE PANELS). WALK TO
A great starter home or if you are downsizing!! This 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in the heart of Lighthouse Point has an inside laundry room as well as a Florida Room off the dining area and a one car garage. Nice kitchen with stove top and wall oven and recessed lighting. No Pool but plenty of room for one!
Great investment property for a flip. ARV is somewhere between 550 and 600 depending on the rehab. This large 3 bedroom 3 bath house is easily converted to a 4 bedroom. Square footage is actually over 2000 on a huge corner lot dead end street. Clear title no liens... ready for TLC
VERY NICE 3/2 HOME WITH 2 CAR GARAGE IN DESIRED LIGHTHOUSE POINT. SPLIT BEDROOM PLAN, LARGE PATIO/FLORIDA ROOM, NEW CENTRAL A/C, INDOOR LAUNDRY ROOM AND LARGE CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY. ROOM FOR A POOL. SHUTTERS ON WINDOWS. THIS HOME HAS BEEN NICELY MAINTAINED AND CARED FOR AND READY FOR ANY OF YOUR PERSONAL UPDATING. EASY TO SHOW, CALL LISTING AGENT. THANK YOU
Location****! Highly soughtafter Lake Placid remodeled home. Features include custom cabinetry, granite s/s appliances in updated kitchen; both bedrooms generously oversized with loads of storage; beautiful updated baths w/granite, Koehler, Moen; new A/C; security system; 2car garage w/lg laundry/workroom; lg screened patio; huge backyard w/east exposure & plenty of room for pool. Walk to community events at McDonough Park, Tennis Center
REMODELED, SPACIOUS HOME WITH NEW PVC PLUMBING THROUGHOUT!!!!! OFFERING GREAT CURB APPEAL AND AN OPEN FLOORPLAN WITH LARGE FAMILY ROOM OVERLOOKING POOL AND PATIO AREA.FEATURES INCLUDE: RECENTLY PAINTED INSIDE AND OUT, KNOCK DOWN TEXTURING ON WALLS, CROWN MOLDING, TILE AND WOOD LAMINATE FLOORING, GRANITE COUNTERTOPS & SNACK BAR IN KITCHEN, STAINLESS APPLIANCES AND UPDATED BATHS. NEWER : ROOF, A/C COMPRESSOR, FENCING. CIRCULAR DRIVE AND
Beautifully Updated 3 BR / 2 BA home in desirable Lighthouse Point. The open floorplan and beautiful updates greet you as you walk in the door. Large tile flooring throughout main living area and wood plank tile flooring in bedrooms. The large kitchen is an entertainer's dream with granite counters, Stainless steel appliances, double oven, gas and electric stove tops, lots of cabinet space and pull out cabinets. The luxurious master bedroom
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ABOUT LIGHTHOUSE POINT:
Lighthouse Point is a small town that wishes to remain so. The leisurely lifestyle appeals to its residents and they have no need to be concerned about future expansion. Tucked in among many other communities, it cannot expand. Any worry about the threat of amalgamation into a larger entity is being diminished by preserving city certification. Through providing full service and continuing to work closely with the Florida and Broward Leagues of Cities and other appropriate government agencies, the City is optimistic for the future.
Characterized by informal affluence and a leisurely pace, the attractive neighborhoods are quiet, tree shaded, and water-laced. Of the residences, 80% are single family homes, many of which front on the City’s 18 miles of waterways.
The east door of Lighthouse Point opens to the Intracoastal Waterway, sitting under the beam of the famed Hillsboro Lighthouse which has stood constant guard over the Hillsboro Inlet since 1906 and for which the City is named. Federal Highway, with its shopping centers, restaurants, and other business establishments, is the west door. Approximately 20 acres of parks and mini-parks and 13 miles of sidewalks/bike paths symbolize the nature of community life. Streets wind and twist and there are many cul-de-sacs.
Incorporated in 1956, the City has few remaining vacant lots today. Better than 95% of the City is developed and most homes fall into the upper-medium and top-price range. Police and fire protection are excellent and the City successfully operates its own library. Recreation amenities include the Lighthouse Point Tennis Center and Dan Witt Park for playing sports, in addition to natural environment parks and mini-parks. For young and old alike, Lighthouse Point provides the friendly atmosphere of a self-sufficient, prosperous, and proud Community.
HISTORY: In an area of mangrove swamps and fertile farmland, Miss Juliette Becker built the first home in 1947 on the SE corner of Sample Road and NE 21st Avenue. Four years later, in 1951, the first acreage was acquired for development by R. E. Batemen. In 1951 the first home in a new subdivision called Hillsboro Isles was completed. On December 23, 1953, the first baby, Cynthia Ann Wright, was born to “Lighthouse Point” parents. From these beginnings the future City of Lighthouse Point began to emerge.
A civic association was formed in October 1953. By early 1954 residents of the new community met to decide whether to remain status quo, to be annexed by the City of Pompano Beach, or to incorporate as a separate entity. Our farsighted first settlers chose to incorporate.
On June 13, 1956, the Town of Lighthouse Point came into being when 107 of about 600 people living here voted to incorporate. City Hall operated from a store front at 1811 NE 24th Street. Fire protection was provided by Pompano Beach Highlands volunteers. Court was held on Saturday mornings when necessary. Town meetings were held every second week. In June 1957, Lighthouse Point received its state charter and officially became a City. A City Hall building was completed at 22nd Avenue and 38th Street in 1959 and by 1963, the City was able to employ a fire chief and ten reserve firefighters. In 1965 a police building was constructed across from City Hall to accommodate both police and fire departments. The two shared space until a new fire station was built later on.
The subdivisions of Venetian Isles, Lighthouse Manor and Wooler Heights were added between 1957 and 1969. In 1970, after approval from Tallahassee and referendum of the people, the Coral Key and Pompano Waterway Estates areas officially became part of Lighthouse Point, increasing its land area to 2.36 sq. miles and population to nearly 9,500.
Officials then focused on supplying services to an expanded population and continuing to qualify as a full-service community. These efforts gave rise to several beautiful parks and mini-parks, including Dan Witt Park, Nature Park (renamed DeGroff Park in 1982) and Lake Placid Park (renamed Frank McDonough Park in 1983). A professional paid fire department started on October 1, 1972. Also in 1972 a modest City library department was created, a full-time librarian hired and a Library Advisory Board appointed. The facility was located in the Venetian Isles Shopping Center. In 1973 a Public Works maintenance building was built at the north end of Dan Witt Park. Cable TV came to us also in 1973. In 1974 the fire station was constructed just south of the Police Building.
During the decade of the 80’s the library’s Venetian Isles location was expanded by 50%, hundreds of shade trees were planted throughout the City in conjunction with the Beautification Committee’s “Green Team” project, Federal Highway was widened, Exchange Club Park was opened as a joint venture with Pompano Beach, a Code Enforcement Board was established, the old Public Works buildng across from City Hall was converted to a recreation center and design work began for the new City Hall and Library facility which was eventually constructed and dedicated on March 15, 1987. In 1989 the city acquired the 80′ parcel of land on Cap’s Island, now known as “Al Fletcher Park,” which is used for pram sailing and police boat dockage.
In 1990 Cap’s Place was officially listed in the Florida National Register of Historic Places and in 1991 the City designated it as an historic structure. In 1996 the city celebrated its 40th birthday with a City-wide party at which many of its pioneers and benefactors were honored. No decade of city history has been without its controversies; probably none ever will be. As we enter this new millennium, however, we have the benefit of knowing the direction the residents of Lighthouse Point wish to have their City take in the years ahead. A strategic planning session was held on October 3,1998. Armed with information gleaned from those who attended this all-day vision session, elected officials will be better prepared to move into the 21st century — better equipped to preserve what is best about the past and to make the decisions that will insure a prosperous and proud future.
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