Las Olas Isles Homes For Sale
Homes for Sale in Las Olas Isles
Situated along the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as ocean access canals, and the New River, the streets of Las Olas Isles are lined with homes that have access to deep and wide canals that stretch all the way to the ocean, unobstructed by fixed bridges. Many of the waterfront homes in Las Olas Isles are perfect for docking Mega Yachts.
Las Olas Isles is comprised of the neighborhoods of Coral Isles, Idlewyld, Riviera Isles, Stillwell Isles, Hendricks Isle, Venice Isles, Isle of Capri, Coconut Isle, and Seven Isles. These neighborhoods were particularly attractive not only to their access to the Intracoastal and the ocean, along with the Inlet 2 miles away at the 17th Street Causeway, but also the neighborhood’s proximity to the beaches, restaurants, shops, and entertainment of Las Olas Blvd.
Many of the original homes in the Las Olas Isles area were small houses built around the 1940’s when the average lot size was about a ¼ acre. Since then, larger than average lot sizes have been created when owners purchased double or triple lots at a time, allowing for the building of much larger homes. Homes currently available are a mixture of homes original constructed back in the 40s, significantly remodeled and/or updated homes, along with new homes that were created as older homes were demolished. The availability of vacant waterfront land is virtually nonexistent, so those that are interested in owning newer homes in Las Olas Isles often look to buy original construction homes or those that need significant repair to tear down and rebuild on the same plot of land.
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About Las Olas Isles
Square Mileage: Less than 1 square mile
Population Density: 1,930 per square miles
Growth Rate: 1.1% since 2010
Crime Rate: Average
Average Income: $124,124
Average Home Price: $1,000,000 and above
Population by Race: 88.07% White
Population by Age: 71% of residents are 45 and older/ median age 40 years old
Neighborhood Walkability Score: 30 out of 100
Las Olas Isles Neighborhoods
The Las Olas Isles neighborhood of Coral Isles is as close to the ocean as you can get in Fort Lauderdale, with easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway. The vantage point of this neighborhood makes it the perfect place to watch the Annual Air and Sea Show and boat parades from! Coral Isles is a quiet and friendly community that is perfect for children and pets.
The waterfront neighborhood of Idlewyld is located directly south of East Las Olas Boulevard and is surrounded by Sunset Lake. With its proximity to Fort Lauderdale beach and Intracoastal Waterway, the neighborhood of Idlewyld is considered to be a premier address in the Fort Lauderdale real estate market. Most of the homes in this area are either directly on the waterfront or have fantastic views of the Intracoastal Waterway and Sunset Lake.
Riviera Isles is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in all of Fort Lauderdale. Riviera Isles is a Las Olas Isles neighborhood that is situated just south of Las Olas Blvd. This neighborhood has easy access to the Atlantic Ocean as well as Port Everglades. Riviera Isles consists of three isles, creating an abundance of waterfront property with direct ocean access, as well as direct access to the New River.
Stilwell Isles features some of the most luxurious homes in all of Fort Lauderdale. These movie stars quality homes are located directly on the waters of the Intracoastal Waterways. The neighborhood of Stilwell Isles is located near downtown Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale Beach, and Las Olas Boulevard.
The Nurmi Isles neighborhood is comprised of Royal Palm, Nurmi and Fiesta Way Isles. These roads are full, and are lighted attractive light columns, with all poles and wires buried underground, making it an ideal neighborhood for families with children. The occasional older home in the area, mixed in between newer and newly constructed homes, helps the neighborhood retain some of the charms of old Florida. The canals of these isles are deeper and wider than the isles to the south, and only have one bridge between them and the ocean, the Las Olas Bridge, which opens on demand on every 15 minutes.
Hendricks Isle & Isle of Venice
Hendricks Isle and Isle of Venice are two isles that sit between Nurmi Isles and the neighborhood of Victoria Park. They are south of Sunrise Key and west of the main Intracoastal Waterway. Middle River snakes around east and northward of this neighborhood. The Isles connect at both their north and south ends, with the southern end abutting Las Olas Blvd with low fixed entrance bridges to each isle. West of Hendricks Isle, a few shallow canals connect through to the New River for small boats. Hendricks and Isle of Venice are famous for liveaboard dockage.
The Isle of Capri
The Isle of Capri is a beautiful and quiet neighborhood just south of Las Olas Boulevard along the New River, and minutes away from the Ocean, the Intracoastal Waterway, and Port Everglades by boat.
The neighborhood of Coconut Isle sits between Las Olas Boulevard to the north and the New Rive to its south. There are no fixed bridges to slow down your 10 minute trip to the Atlantic Ocean from this neighborhood. Feel like going to the beach? You can get there in less than a mile by foot or by bike.
The Seven Isles neighborhood is comprised of 315 households and is situated just north of Las Olas Boulevard. The Intracoastal Waterway borders the east and north sides of this community. The surrounding neighborhoods include Sunrise Key and Sunrise Intracoastal to the North, Central Beach to the east, Idlewyld and Riviera Isles to the south, and the area to the west of the Intracoastal Waterway is Nurmi Isles.
The communities of the Seven Isles feature some of the most desirable properties in Las Olas Isles, with the island points along the Intracoastal featuring grand palatial estates. All nine streets in this neighborhood are soundless, making them ideal for families, children, and pets. There is a lot of new construction in the Seven Isles, although there are still many older homes, giving the area an eclectic feel. The homes in Seven Isles have easy access to the Atlantic Ocean with only the Las Olas Bridge to pass under, which opens on demand. The bridge also has a guard house at the entrance, which is manned to ensure boats get through promptly.
Las Olas Isles properties are located directly on Las Olas Blvd. and includes areas such as:
Coral Isles, Idlewyld, Riviera Isles, Stilwell Isles, Navarro Isle, Nurmi Isles, Hendricks Isle, Isle of Venice, Isle of Capri, Coconut Isle, and Las Olas Seven Isles (Sea Land, Pelican Isle, Castilla Isle, Barcelona Isle, Gould Island, and Lauderdale Isle).
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