Boca Raton Real Estate | Home is Where the Heart Is
Boca Raton is known for its beauty and its homes are no exception. The city is recognized for its magnificent residential communities and its plentiful housing. Whether it is a modest bungalow, a spacious beach side condominium of a breathtaking mansion, there is a home to satisfy you within your budget requirements.
The average price of homes in Boca Raton range from $200, 000 to $661,437. Condo units vary in price, but average around $154,131.
With the range of prices comes a unique diversity of residential choices, from the basic contemporary home to an extraordinary dream home, complete with tennis courts and helicopter pads!
"In the 21 years that I have lived in Boca, it has evolved into one of the most desirable destinations in the country for those seeking permanent residence in a community with lifestyles for everyone and the climate of pipe dreams," said Beth Pomeranz, President of the Realtors Association of the Palm Beaches, Inc. "There are developments designed to attract every possible demographic group."
Boca Raton Real Estate | Something For Everyone
With the city of Boca Raton there are charming middle class and upper-scale neighborhoods. Some mid-priced communities include Boca Square, Lake Floresta, Boca Del Mar and Boca Pointe.
Some of the upper-end communities include Old Floresta, Woodfield Hunt Country Club and New Floresta. Many of the homes in the historic neighborhood of Old Floresta were designed by the architectural father of Boca Raton, Addison Mizner. Although these are some of the more high-scale communities, there are plenty of reasonable homes and communities.
Boca Raton Real Estate | Coastal Communities
The older, coastal communities, many of which feature ocean or Intracoastal views, tend to be more upscale, particularly around the Boca Raton Resort & Club, where condominium units at a building like The Addison start at $500,000. In the newer areas in West Boca you will find beautifully manicured, planned urban developments, as well as all-amenities included, country-club living. The Arvida community of Broken Sound, for example, features several home styles in an array of neighborhoods.
Boca Raton Real Estate | Finding a New Place to Call Home
"For the many young families interested in relocating to Boca Raton, there are builders offering 5, 6 and 7 bedroom homes--something Addison Mizner never dreamed about" boasts Pomeranz. "Add these to the country club communities offering year-round golf and tennis, the waterfront for boating fishing and water sports, a different fine restaurant for every evening of the year, a smattering of theatre and music, a thriving business environment, access to three international airports and a comfortable tax situation--what else do you need?" Do you need help finding that special home?