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3900 NE 6th Drive


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3900 NE 6th Drive


3900 NE 6th Drive, Boca Raton, FL 33431

3 bedrooms | 4 bathrooms  | square feet: 2,602 INTERIOR; 3,288 TOTAL | year built 1966

OFFERED AT $1,650,000


The one you have been waiting for!

Single story waterfront home in Lake Rogers Isle on 85' of wide basin deepwater canal no fixed bridges ocean access. The Master suite features separate his and hers bathrooms and a huge walk-in custom dressing room (used to be a fourth bedroom and could be converted back). Open layout with three bedrooms and four full bathrooms plus closed den (could be a 4th or 5th bedroom). The entire house was painstakingly renovated in 2016 and boasts all of the ''must have'' features: impact windows, 30 x 15 porcelain floors (no carpet), state of the art kitchen and cabinets with quartz counters and glass tile backsplash. Natural gas at property. Kitchen Aid Stainless Steel appliances and wine refrigerator. Water views from master and all main living areas.


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lake rogers isle


lake rogers isle


lake rogers isle

Among the luxury waterfront communities along the strip between Federal Highway and the Intracoastal Waterway, Lake Rogers Isle stands out as a rare gem. This Voluntary-HOA community has a tangible neighborhood feeling and the community even holds a holiday party each year in one of the resident’s homes.

Named for the wide part of the Intracoastal Waterway across from the wooded city park and adjacent to the Spanish River Blvd drawbridge, Lake Rogers’ 130 homes were built between the late 1960’s and today. With multiple options that range from original build era ranch-style bungalows, to stately Mediterranean revival mansions, to contemporary masterpieces, there is a home for every waterfront buyer in Lake Rogers Isle.

Situated less than three miles from the Boca Raton Inlet, residents are just a short boat ride – with no fixed bridges - to the open waters of the brilliant Atlantic Ocean via the Intracoastal Waterway. From here, boat owners can cruise down the Intracoastal Waterway along the southeast Florida coastline visiting various restaurants and shops that line the bank. Docking a boat at Lake Rogers Isle is easy, as most of the homes feature private docks that can accommodate boats ranging from 30 feet -100 feet in length on deep water canals. Nearly every home is located on a canal or the Intracoastal Waterway.

The Lake Rogers Isle neighborhood is just five miles east of I-95 and an easy walk or bike ride to the beach, which is only one mile away over the Spanish River bridge to the north of the community.