Southeast 5th Street, Delray Beach, Florida. Directly on the Intracoastal Waterway, this desirable southeast-facing end-position townhome is one of just five residences in an intimate enclave designed for relaxed Delray Beach living. Only about a mile from the sugar-sand beach, the convenient location is just a few blocks from famous Atlantic Avenue's boutiques and bistros in vibrant downtown Delray Beach. Recently named one of the "Most Fun" Small Towns in America by Rand McNally and USA Today, historic Delray Beach is a delightful village-by-the-sea and a resort destination featuring pristine "Blue Wave" beaches.
Showcasing front-row views of the Intracoastal, this clean-lined modern townhome opens to a beautifully designed outdoor living/entertaining area featuring an infinity-edge pool with spillover spa and an awning-covered lanai with gas grill. Tall hedges seclude this inviting waterfront retreat complete with private dockage for the boater.
Airy, sun-filled window walls brighten all levels of this comfortably sized residence, making the fabulous water views an integral part of the interiors. Open-plan living areas, three bedrooms, two and a-half baths, and a two-bay garage are included in the total of 3,136± square feet. Sleek limestone floors underscore the light atmosphere. Soaring views of the sparkling waters and sunny skies fill the dramatic three-story open living/dining room wrapped with window walls across the pool terrace and lanai. A loft-style glass-and-steel architectural staircase anchors the other side of the room. Separated by a glass-topped bar counter, the gourmet kitchen includes streamlined cabinetry, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances. Waterside window walls line the light-flooded open family room. On the second floor, the master suite has added privacy as the only space on this level. Capturing magnificent waterway views through its dramatic glass-walled sitting area, this spacious suite also features a waterfront balcony and private bath. Two third-floor bedrooms served by a hallway bath both open to balconies, one overlooking the waterway.