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Madison Place offers 3 bedroom, 2.
Great Builder incentives are offered. Madison Place Highlights include: Madison Place is located in Pompano Beach, Florida.
Situated on the east coast of Florida, between Miami and West Palm Beach just 33 miles in either directionPompano Beach is centrally located making it easy to take advantage of all the sights, sounds and attractions South Florida has to offer.
Pompano Beach is home to what is considered one of the finest beaches in Broward County — wide, clean, plenty of parking with brand new facilities, courtesy of our Community Redevelopment Agency.
Pompano Beach is home to the Hillsboro Lighthouse, one of the last functioning lighthouses in Florida. And just offshore our beautiful beach lies a healthy 3-tiered natural reef system with plenty of ship wrecks, a vibrant home to flora and fauna for diving, snorkeling and fishing.
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