Yacht Club at Aventura condo residences in Aventura
The Yacht Club at Aventura is a waterfront condominium complex boasting a private marina and numerous resort-style amenities. It was initially designed to be a rental community but eventually was converted into a condominium complex offering more than 400 residences for sale at a reasonable price. The community is comprised of nine 6-story buildings, while each floor accommodates only eight residences.
The Yacht Club at Aventura offers spacious residences with one-, two-, or three-bedroom floor plans ranging in size from 730 to 1,350 square feet. Most of the condos offer beautiful views of the Marina and Turnberry Isles golf course from private terraces, which are an integral part of each condo. Round-the-clock security and individual electronic access codes ensure safety and privacy of residency.
The list of amenities includes two lighted tennis courts, private boat slips on a secure harbor, an oversized heated swimming pool with a Jacuzzi, a stylish clubhouse, a well-equipped fitness center, and many other resort-style facilities. The community is also pet-friendly.
Yacht Club at Aventura amenities and building features
Guarded territory Covered parking Pet-friendly Resort-style heated swimming pool Poolside café and bar Jacuzzi State-of-the-art fitness center Barbeque zone & wet bar Clubhouse Children’s playground Billiard rooms Racquetball and squash courts Two lighted tennis courts Business center Private boat slips on a secure marina
I’m not a great fan of this condo despite it looks really nice from the outside. Interiors remind me of old nurse house and need to be upgraded. Maybe someone will find it really good, but units have low ceilings and views is significantly below the average.
The place is starting to show its age. We stayed over New Years Eve and had tons of problems with the security guards trying to get family members through the gate. I wasnt told that I had to put their names on a list 3 days prior to their visit. So I had to constantly call the gate and ask them to let my family come inside.