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2360 NE 48th Court, Lighthouse Point, FL 33064


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2360 NE 48th Court, Lighthouse Point, FL 33064


2360 NE 48TH COURT, LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FL 33064

4 bedrooms | 5 bathrooms  | Water frontage: 80’ | square feet 4,344 INTERIOR 5,542 TOTAL | year built 2016

OFFERED AT $2,875,000


Better than new!

Custom built in 2016, this wide-basin southern waterfront home features upgrades galore including security cameras, electric blinds, Toto washlet, summer kitchen, saltwater pool, boat lift, two wine refrigerators, Control4 smart home, surround sound and speakers throughout, multiple Sonos' and wall-mounted TVs. Built beyond hurricane code, the second floor and staircase is poured concrete, and shell is full CBS, all impact doors and windows. Interior is chic and modern with Bosch appliances, open kitchen, and lots of natural light. Every bedroom has an en-suite bath, one first floor suite plus den with private bath which could be a 5th bedroom. Only minutes from Hillsboro Inlet by boat and close to restaurants, shopping, and the best of South Florida.


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Floor Plan


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About Lighthouse Point


About Lighthouse Point


At the north eastern edge of Broward County, nestled between Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale Beach is one of the best locations to enjoy the waterfront lifestyle of southeast Florida: Lighthouse Point.

With over 18 miles of waterways, most residences in Lighthouse Point are waterfront single-family homes, with a range of architectural styles and influences. There are an increasing number of new construction options as homes from the original build era of the late 1950's are razed and luxurious modern homes take their place.

The entirety of Lighthouse Point is tucked in east of US1/Federal Highway, between SE 10th Street and East Copans Road. Lighthouse Point has a small town atmosphere and leisurely lifestyle, which residents and government officials have consciously preserved over the years.

Lighthouse Point was named for the iconic Hillsboro Lighthouse, which has stood guard over the Hillsboro Inlet since 1906. Thanks to the efforts of the Hillsboro Lighthouse Preservation Society, the Hillsboro Lighthouse is one of the few remaining operational lighthouses in Florida.

Lighthouse Point has many dining, shopping and entertainment options. Located between the cities of Boca Raton and Fort Lauderdale, popular areas like Mizner Park, Las Olas, beaches, museums, fine and casual dining, airports and more are all a short distance.