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681 NE Harbour Drive, Boca Raton 33431


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681 NE Harbour Drive, Boca Raton 33431


681 NE Harbour Drive, Boca Raton 33431

4 bedrooms | 3.5 bathrooms  | square feet: 3,388 INTERIOR; 4,241 TOTAL | year built 1962

OFFERED AT $1,495,000


be on vacation while at home!

Be on vacation every day in this waterfront fantasy come to life! Impeccably well-maintained deepwater Key West style home in the highly desirable waterfront community Harbour East features Polynesian-themed saltwater pool with 3 waterfalls, tiki torches, long water views, koi pond and lush landscaping; interior showstoppers include exotic reclaimed woods, theater with stadium seating and 105-inch projection screen, a gym, and even an indoor Tiki Bar! The first floor master suite features a giant walk-in closet. Full house hurricane impact windows and doors, new driveway, raised seam metal roof, insulated attic, Rinnai tankless water heater, and newer appliances offer peace of mind.


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Floor Plans


Floor Plans


681 NE Harbour Drive, Boca Raton 33431


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Harbour East


Harbour East


Along the west banks of the Intracoastal Waterway, Harbour East and Blue Inlet are adjacent waterfront communities located just south of Spanish River in East Boca Raton, Florida. Across the Spanish River bridge are Red Reef Park, the Red Reef oceanfront Golf course, and the Boca Raton beaches.

Nearly all homes in this area feature deepwater dockage along the waterfront with easy ocean access and no fixed bridges. Only minutes by boat to the Boca Inlet, Harbour East/Blue Inlet is ideal for homeowners with a love of boating and being on the open water.

The best restaurants in Boca Raton and The Boca Raton Resort & Beach Club are within a short drive or bike ride along paths of oceanfront along AIA, as are boutiques, beach shops, and houses of worship.

Like many Boca Raton neighborhoods in highly desirable locations, the homes of Harbour East and Blue Inlet run the gamut from those of the original build era ranch-style bungalows of the late 1950’s, to stately Mediterranean revival mansions, to ultra-luxury estates popping up on intracoastal point lots with regularity.

Situated north of the Boca Raton Inlet, residents are 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 coastline, head out to the open sea or spend the day mooring on peaceful Lake Boca.