COLEE HAMMOCK (FORT LAUDERDALE)
Photo Credit: City of Fort Lauderdale
The neighborhood of Colee Hammock is one of the oldest in Fort Lauderdale with one of the densest concentrations of meticulously restored and maintained historic houses. The hammock was named for the lush cluster of trees on the banks of the New River and for James Louis Colee, an engineer working for Florida pioneer Mary Brickell. The neighborhood is steps from the heart of downtown Fort Lauderdale and is in walking distance of Las Olas Boulevard. Home styles include Mediterranean Revival, Art Deco Moderne, Frame Vernacular, Minimal Traditional, Ranch and Craftsman Bungalow. Properties date back to the 1920s with some valued in excess of $5 million. Residents who live in Colee Hammock appreciate the architectural significance of the homes and strive to preserve the historic character of the neighborhood.
Colee Hammock Single Family
Colee Hammock Condos