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About Bay Colony Waterfront Condos
Bay Colony is an exclusive community located in north Fort Lauderdale, Boward County, on the west side of the Intracoastal Waterway. It was built in the 1960s and grew to become one of the most upscale waterfront locations in South Florida. It is one of the only two guarded waterfront communities in the city. The neighborhood has 106 waterfront homesites, most of which are single-family homes that range from newly constructed to original and renovated.
However, Bay Colony is also home to some of the most beautiful condos in Florida. The Bay Colony Club is a condo development northwest of Bay Colony. It features waterfront condos with premium facilities, including a 24/7 manned gate, pools, tennis courts, basketball courts, gym and workout rooms, clubhouses, and enough space for outdoor activities. It’s an affordable and secure condo community with premium amenities and stunning views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Prices start in the mid $100s and increase depending on the size and design. The community also offers its residents direct ocean access. Owners of Bay Colony waterfront condos can dock their yachts at the marina for a reasonable fee.
Bay Colony sits on broad and deep canals, and residents of Bay Colony waterfront condos can enjoy the uninterrupted access to the ocean. Besides its opulent residential homes, Bay Colony is within proximity to many restaurants, shopping centers, and entrainment points. Residents of Bay Colony waterfront condos can move around by car or boat.
Not only that, but the neighborhood is also family-oriented. There are many parks and green spaces, the schools are highly rated, and the crime rate is low. To live in one of Bay Colony waterfront condos for sale is to be part of a secluded diverse community that is close to the beach, shops, and many famous attractions in South Florida.