Hybrid Boat-House Will Debut At Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show
Many Fort Lauderdale locals dream of owning a home "on the water."
When most people say this, what they really mean is that they'd like to live near the water.
But Luxuria, a 2,208-square-foot hybrid mix of a high-end home and a navigable vessel, gives "waterfront" a whole new meaning.
The boat was built at Lauderdale Marine Center and is currently moored at Bahia Mar Resort and Yacht Club.
Luxuria is a two-story design with high-end amenities and features. The interior is approximately 1,650 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths. It also has central air conditioning throughout the vessel.
The first floor boasts a queen-sized bedroom, a large living room area with a 12-foot LED fireplace, a kitchen outfitted with Bosch appliances including a refrigerator, microwave, stove and washer and dryer, as well as a custom-built wine room.
On the second floor is a master suite with a king-sized bed and oversized bathroom with a Roman-soaking tub and a TV.
A wine refrigerator and a workstation that includes a desk and chair with a printer and scanner are also on the second floor overlooking the marina.
Additional amenities include floor-to-ceiling impact glass, Internet-controlled Lutron Lighting and Nest System, motorized shades and blinds, luxury baths and showers with body sprays, rain heads and heated towel racks.
You can see the Luxuria at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show from Nov. 1 to 5. Interested in making Luxuria your new home? See the listing here or contact Lizzie Padro with Coldwell Banker and Yachting Experts at email@example.com.
Photos by Felipe Ariano
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Owning a home set along the Intracoastal is the end game for many. But the Luxuria, a 2,208-square-foot hybrid 'luxury living vessel,' gives waterfront a whole new meaning. The high-end home also doubles as a documented, navigable vessel.