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High Rise Meets Hunting Lodge in Confusing Florida Condo

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Adding robustly to Florida's rich, vibrant, and complex architectural makeup is this $1.85M condo in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, a coastal town smack in between Miami and West Palm Beach. Perched on the 17th floor of a high-rise, the apartment might be a beach bum's dream—those ocean views!—if said beach bum were also into, say, living in a rustic cabin in the mountains while surrounded by bears. With interior walls lined with (faux) log; a chandelier made of antlers and guns; skin rugs, coverlets, and pillows; woodland creature wood carvings; a (faux) stone mantel; and rough-hewn built-ins and knotty furniture every which way, the 3,029-square-foot unit is nothing if not, well, a cabin in the sky. Have a look, below.

· High-Rise Florida Condo Thinks it's a Log Cabin []