Property Crush

Look Inside: A Lush Palm Beach Pad For Under $1M

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With the offerings of Palm Beach, Florida, on call, this immaculately designed apartment (and its courtyard) make for a dreamy retreat.


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Ever dream about owning an apartment in Palm Beach? Maybe if you could own an apartment in Palm Beach, you’d even go all out and complete it with eclectic furnishings handpicked by a trendy designer? If those questions receive a resounding “yes” from you, you’re going to want to take a peek at this listing. 

Constructed in 1985, this home (technically a condo) could be your next slice of paradise. The listing’s photos begin with a shot of the property’s courtyard and that’s not an accident. Despite the fact that this place is has a gorgeous and well-curated interior, most people don’t purchase a Florida residence just to stay inside in a place where outdoor living is the name of the game. You and your friends will be just as sun-kissed as the state after spending some time in this open-aired space. Imagine hosting the brunch of your dreams in this adorable spot or just lounging with a book—all with the privacy of a manicured hedge.

When you make your way inside the actual apartment, you’ll be floored by how much natural light appears to flood through the windows. With key lime living room walls and inspiring touches (like the ceiling light with the aesthetic of an Art Deco flower), you’ll love spending time in this lounge-worthy part of the home. 

The living room opens to the dining area, which is separated from bedroom number one with the help of some mirrored French doors. The bedroom is done up in a dotted wall pattern that will appeal to any leopard print lover. With this solid guest room choice in a vacation destination, get ready to have everyone you know asking to crash.

This apartment’s kitchen is long and skinny, but the layout works in this case, thanks to careful design and arrangement. Amber tones complement pearly white cabinetry just beyond bathroom number one, which is adorned with banana leaf print wallpaper. The master bedroom looks like the perfect place to rest your head, especially with the help of the light blue geometric wallpaper. And the private master bathroom will prove handy (they always do).

Location takes the cake for this listing, even though the property’s indoor and outdoor spaces are pretty much perfect. This spot is in Palm Beach—not West Palm Beach—which means that there’s water just around the corner. In fact, the public access to the Atlantic Ocean and its pristine shore is just two and a half blocks from this home’s front door. 

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