Other areas of Fort Lauderdale
Fort Lauderdale is famous for its beaches, arts, culture and events. From shopping on Las Olas Boulevard to concerts and cultural events which are held nearly every weekend at any number of Fort Lauderdale’s many parks and public venues you are sure to never have a dull moment living in this beautiful city. With world class shopping, dining and entertainment around every corner and the convenience of Fort Lauderdale International Airport as well as Port Everglades (the second largest cruise port in the country) there is no shortage of things to do and see in this little slice of paradise.
If you are more of an outdoorsman then let’s not forget about the Everglades National Park which is a short drive to the west and a top destination for hiking, kayaking, fishing, camping, bird watching and much more. Fort Lauderdale is also home to one of the largest charter boat fishing industries in the country providing the opportunity for game fishing, scuba diving and snorkeling to the non-boat owner. Watersports such as kayaking, kite surfing and paddle boarding are just a few of the many ways residents of Fort Lauderdale like to get outside, exercise and enjoy this amazing coastal city and the more than 165 miles of waterways within city limits.
We have tried to feature as many neighborhoods as possible but because Fort Lauderdale officially recognizes more than 60 neighborhoods we couldn’t effectively feature them all. Homes listed for sale in this section of our website are located in areas within east Fort Lauderdale.