Delray Beach

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Type: Residential
Area: Delray Beach 
Neighborhood: Tropic Isle 
Location: 959 Bolender
Delray Beach , FL
Beds: 6  |  F. Baths: 5  |  H. Baths: 2
Setting: Canal,Intracoastal
Style: < 4 Floors,Mediterranean
Built: 2006
Approx. SQFT: 8107.00
Acreage: 0.22
Parking: 2+ Spaces,Drive - Decorative,Garage - Attached
Pool: Yes
POA Fee: 0.00
Middle School: Boca Raton Community Middle School
High School: Boca Raton Community High School

Magnificent, custom, deep water Estate designed to appeal to the most discriminating yachter. Idyllically located just off the intracoastal on a wide canal with 90' batter piled seawall, boat dock with lift. This 6 bedroom, 5.2 bath, 3 car garage home has been built using the finest materials and craftsmanship. A private courtyard entrance with a tranquil fountain invites you to an impressive two story foyer, flooded with natural light from magnificent windows. Exquisite Ashlar marble floors lead you through the main level of living which includes formal living room with fireplace, two dining areas, a great room and a new gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, gas range with custom hood, copper sinks, marble countertops and a walk-in pantry.


Cook Island
Decorative Fireplace
Entry Lvl Lvng Area
Laundry Tub
Roman Tub
Split Bedroom
Volume Ceiling
Walk-in Closet
Wet Bar

Auto Sprinkler
Built-in Grill
Covered Patio
Open Balcony
Open Patio
Outdoor Shower
Summer Kitchen
Zoned Sprinkler

Auto Garage Open
Central Vacuum
Ice Maker
Range - Gas
Smoke Detector
Water Heater - Elec

Federal highway south of Linton Blvd. Left into Tropic Isle neighborhood onto Tropic Blvd. Right on Spanish Trail. Left onto Bolender Drive.

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»»Lat: 26.4614
»»Long: -80.0728
Delray Beach is a first-class resort destination and a diverse, vibrant, community situated on the Atlantic Ocean between Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. A small and intimate town with big city sophistication, Delray Beach is 30-45 minutes from Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale International Airports, and only an hour north of Miami. A two-time winner of the coveted All-America City award (1993 and 2001), Delray Beach celebrates its art, culture and history. On July 25th, 2012, Delray Beach was named Most Fun Small Town in the USA by Rand McNally, USA Today and the Travel Channel on a nationally televised special, Best of the Road. There are plenty of reasons that Delray Beach won this award! Delray’s Atlantic Avenue, which runs through the center of town from I-95 to the ocean, is the longest Main Street in Florida. A popular destination for locals and visitors alike, Atlantic Avenue is a charming streetscape filled with upscale shops, fine restaurants and nightly entertainment. The downtown is known, nationally, for its family-friendly festivals such as the Delray Affair and Delray Beach Garlic Fest and for its famous 100-foot Christmas Tree, where visitors can walk inside to see animated displays. Come for the Tree lighting and see Santa arrive via helicopter! Delray Beach’s booming art scene is an experience for the eyes and the soul! More than 20 galleries and public art pieces are located downtown and in the Pineapple Grove Arts District, home to Artists Alley, where you will find working artists in their studios. Gallery Walks draw visitors on Friday nights from October to April. Delray Beach’s signature event, On The Ave, held five times a year, always features food, music, and an outdoor art gallery. With nearly 16 square miles, Delray Beach is located along the coast, in the southern portion of Palm Beach County, Florida. The area includes more than 60,000 residents, and is officially part of the metropolitan area of Miami. With four miles of beach along the Atlantic Ocean, Delray Beach is just north of Boca Raton and Highland Beach, and south of Boynton Beach and Gulf Stream. It is east of US Route 1, on the barrier island. Just west of city limits, the area is known as West Delray, and is in unincorporated Palm Beach County. The downtown area of Delray Beach extends east to the Atlantic Ocean, and west to I-95, both north and south of Atlantic Avenue. With average winter temperatures in the 60s, and summer temperatures in the 80s, Delray Beach capitalizes on its cool ocean breezes throughout the year.

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900 East Atlantic Avenue, Suite 14 | Delray Beach, FL 33483