Beautifully restored 1920's Mizner Home. Originally built on Boca
Resort grounds and moved on the Intracoastal to be placed off the
Marina in the Historic Marina District in the heart of downtown
Delray.It sits one block South of Altantic and all it has to offer
and 3 1/2 blocks West of the ocean.There are cabanas available for rent
on the ocean.
This is a very good home for couples w/children or different groups as there are 2 bedrooms in the front of the house and a master bedroom/bath suite off the rear of the house.Both master bedroom and dining room have French doors which open to enclosed private back yard where there is also a French door to the rear of garage and additional 1/2 bath.This house has all the charm of a Mizner home with beautiful Dade Co. Pine floors, pecky cypress beamed ceiling and working fireplace, plantation shutters in all rooms,but has all the modern conveinences such a 2 zone ac/alarm/new appliances.There is a fenced in rear yard and a screened-in front porch which overlooks the City Marina.Sit with your coffee or at Happy Hour and watch the yachts and sailboats slowly go by. This is a non-commercial park-like small marina that is connected with boardwalks and walkways to Atlantic Ave and the parks north of the bridge.This is a quiet, "secret" neighborhood steps from everything so park your car and walk to it all.
Delray is 15 miles south of Palm Beach, 20 miles north of Ft
Lauderdale, and 50 miles north of Miami. These towns have endless
activities. In Delray there are many fine restaurants/music/art
galleries/antiques/shopping in the blocks w/in walking distance. It
is a city small in size but huge in cultural/musical/art events such
as "Jazz on the Avenue", the Delray Affair, the Old School Square
Museum and cultural events.The beach is one of south Florida's
finest. The Tennis center is world class and there are over 70 golf
courses in Palm Beach County alone.
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My Standard Rate
Feb 1 2014 - Feb 1 2015
1 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (US Dollar) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.