Hallandale penthouse relisted for $6.495M

Penthouse 1 at Malaga Towers has six bedrooms and 5 bathrooms

Jun.June 03, 2017 03:30 PM

Penthouse 1 at 1912 Ocean Drive in Hallandale Beach (Source: Sun-Sentinel)

The owner has relisted a Hallandale Beach penthouse for sale with an asking price of $6.495 million.

Devin Kay, an agent of brokerage firm Douglas Elliman, has the listing for Penthouse 1 at Malaga Towers, 1912 South Ocean Drive in Hallandale Beach.

The last sale price of the condo was $1.325 million in 2010. The owner listed it for sale in May 2016 for $6.449 million before taking it off the market in January of this year.

The two-story, 7,200-square-foot condo has six bedrooms, five bathrooms and a half bathroom.

The Hallandale Beach residence features marble floors, a private elevator to the ground floor of Malaga Towers, and an in-residence elevator that shuttles between the unit’s first and second floors. The property comes with an attached one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment for a maid or a guest.

The owner of the penthouse pays a monthly home owners association fee of $1,050. Common-area amenities at Malaga Towers include tennis courts, a fitness center, swimming pool and billiards room, plus concierge and valet services. [Sun-Sentinel]Mike Seemuth

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