Hollywood is one of the largest cities in Florida and offers the homebuyer a wide choice of options, including both gated and non-gated communities and impressive waterfront properties. Outstanding championship-caliber Hollywood golf courses are all around, and the views are incredible. The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino features a tropical pool area, a large auditorium, great restaurants, boutique shops, Vegas-style shows and slot machines and poker games.
From the historic downtown arts district, a trip across the Hollywood Boulevard drawbridge takes you to family-friendly Hollywood Lakes, a large planned unit development that represents luxury lakeside living at its very finest. Southlake, one of the two bodies of water giving the development its name, is a “no wake” zone and popular for water skiing and jet skiing. With its spacious lots, spectacular ambience and natural ventilation, Hollywood Lakes is South Florida lifestyle at its best.
Farther down Hollywood Boulevard is Ocean Drive, the city’s beachfront thoroughfare. Here you’ll find the iconic Hollywood Boardwalk, with its Oceanwalk Mall and the Beach Theatre. Its proximity to the beach and easy access to all that Fort Lauderdale and Miami can provide make Hollywood Lakes one South Florida neighborhood that is a must see on any home-buying trip.
9 For Sale: $1,100,000 – $3,600,000
6 For Rent: $6,500 – $20,000
18 For Sale: $1,095,000 – $8,890,000
13 For Rent: $4,999 – $14,750
50 For Sale: $528,900 – $2,200,000
14 For Rent: $1,925 – $15,000
23 For Sale: $850,000 – $3,250,000
14 For Rent: $5,000 – $9,500
4 For Sale: $1,495,000 – $2,400,000
Renaissance On The Ocean
3 For Sale: $975,000 – $1,480,000
Details & Listings
24 For Sale: $199,000 – $9,995,000
3 For Rent: $1,650 – $10,500
Villas Of Positano
2 For Sale: $1,550,000 – $2,400,000
1 For Rent: $8,000 – $8,000