Located on approx 300' wide deep-water-access canal (no-fixed bridges). Huge backyard (1.7 acres) that has 120 ft on water with 8 separate boat slips. Boat slips need repair. Can reconstruct docks to accomodate up to a 100 ft. yacht. The patio & 2nd floor balcony overlook a breath-taking waterview. Two master bedroom suites with their own marble flooring & wall bathrooms & exterior balconies. One of the master suite bathrooms has a roman tub & separate stall shower. Guest bath on 1st floor (half bath). 20'' x 20'' porcelain tile floors throughout downstairs. Granite counter-tops in kitchen & lighting under the top cabinets. Skylight in breakfast area. Separate formal dining room & living room. Includes appliances.The possibilities are endless with this property. You can build a separate guesthouse or mother-in-law quarters up to 700 sq.ft. You can build your own pool and cabana in the backyard. You can build an addition on or enlarge the existing townhome.View Virtual Tour
Pool, Boating, Tennis, Clubhouse, Exercise Room
3-Phase Electric, Public Sewer, Cable
No Fixed Bridges, Navigable, Seawall, Ocean Access, Canal Width 121+
Pantry, Foyer, Sky Light(s), Walk-in Closet, Roman Tub
Washer, Dryer, Refrigerator, Range - Electric, Dishwasher, Water Heater - Elec, Ice Maker, Microwave, Smoke Detector, Intercom, Auto Garage Open
Fence, Open Balcony, Auto Sprinkler, Lake/Canal Sprinkler, Open Porch, Room for Pool
The city name was changed from Linton to Delray Beach in 1901.
The Morikami Museum is a prime attraction in Delray Beach. Established in 1903, it was once a Japanese farming colony.
Delray Beach was home to many writers and artists who sought refuge from cold northern winters in the 20th century.
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Listing information last updated on July 7th, 2020 at 7:04am EDT.