With so much time on our hands during quarantine, and being unable to travel this summer, we have been looking at old photos of our trips. When I saw the photos we took of our trip to Pennsylvania, I could not stop smiling. What a beautiful vacation. We made memories that will last a lifetime. For a girl that grew up in sunny Venezuela, seeing and touching the snow was a joy. Our son had never seen snow before. He was so happy that he made a mini snowman that he kept in the hotel window sill until we had to go back home. We went to the U.S. Mint, the Philadelphia Museum of Art (known as the “Rocky Steps” as a result of a scene from the film Rocky), the Hershey’s factory, and other touristy places. We loved seeing the horse carriages pass by, and walking through the city. The only thing that put a damper on our vacation was the weather. I guess Pennsylvanians know what I mean. We were stuck in the airport for 2 days due to a winter storm…which brings me to the point I wanted to make…
Many of our Highland Beach Florida neighbors are from Pennsylvania. They either have a second home here in Highland Beach, or have permanently moved to Florida to take advantage of the lower taxes, the lower cost of living, and the MUCH warmer Florida weather. Florida is reeling in new residents, and their wealth, while other states like Pennsylvania are experiencing an exodus of residents.
There’s new evidence to help show that many Northerners are packing their belongings — and bank accounts — and heading to Florida and other zero income tax states. South Florida saw a more than 60% increase in net personal income over 2017, and Palm Beach County alone saw a 20% increase, according to the IRS, which tracks changes in personal income through address changes on annual tax returns. Americans are taking a closer look at how much they’re paying in taxes. Moving to a lower-tax state such as Florida can make a big difference come Tax Day. Business owners also are driving moves to Florida. Companies can move their management or headquarters to Florida while still operating in other states. In South Florida, the largest increase in new personal income has been in Palm Beach County, where President Donald J. Trump, a lifelong New Yorker, recently applied for the Mar-a-Lago resort on Palm Beach to be his permanent residence. He’s not the only billionaire to do so. Read more in this article from The Philadelphia Inquirer:
Why do Pennsylvanians LOVE the exclusive coastal town of Highland Beach in Florida so much? What is so special about Highland Beach?
- Highland Beach is a very quiet little coastal town (The 10 Safest And Most Peaceful Places to Live in Florida). To view detailed information about Highland Beach, please go to City-data.com .
- Highland Beach has lower crime rates compared to other cities in Florida and the USA. Ranked #2 in the 2015 Safest Cities in Florida Study prepared by ValuePenguin.com . Other websites such as CityRating.com also provide data about the low crime rates in this quaint coastal town.
- Voted one of the most Livable Cities in Florida and the USA by AreaVibes.com and one of the best cities to live in Palm Beach County by Livability.com .
- Highland Beach is one of the most exclusive coastal towns in the US. It is also one of the highest income per capita towns in the USA. Highland Beach’s zip code 33487 ranked #24 on the list of the wealthiest zip codes in Florida by the South Florida Business Journal .
- Famous football (TheRealDeal.com), hockey (Wikipedia , TheRealDeal.com), and tennis players (Wikipedia), have lived in Highland Beach throughout the years. CEOs (TheRealDeal.com), Nascar Drivers (TheRealDeal.com), actors (The Parker), and other wealthy people have called Highland Beach their permanent home, or their home away from home, for years.
- Location, location, location : Highland Beach is a small exclusive beach town that is located close to major cities: the hip City of Delray Beach, the exclusive city of Boca Raton, the quaint town of Deerfield Beach, the lively city of Ft. Lauderdale, and the iconic town of Palm Beach. There are lots of attractions nearby. Highland Beach is just 5 minutes away from famed Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach, and Boca Raton’s Downtown. The coastal town of Deerfield Beach is located just 10 minutes away, and the exclusive city of Palm Beach is just about 20 minutes away. There are lots of things to do and attractions nearby, such as: the Town Center at Boca Raton, Mizner Park, the shops at Royal Palm Place, and Worth Avenue. Residents and visitors can rent a boat for the day, or go on a cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway. They can go surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, or just take a relaxing walk by the beach! A brewery tour is always a great choice too! There are many beautiful local parks and museums nearby, and the restaurant choices are endless! Golf is extremely popular among Highland Beach residents since there are so many public and private golf courses around the area. For tennis players, the Delray Tennis Center is only about 5 minutes away from Highland Beach. It is an awesome tennis center! The cities nearby organize many street festivals throughout the year and they are a fun activity for residents of all ages. The possibilities are endless when it is sunny outside and you live in Highland Beach! Highland Beach is 30 minutes away from 2 major airports and 5 minutes away from the Boca Raton Airport which makes this location even more desirable.
- Highland Beach has warm weather 10 months out of the year. It’s always beach season in Highland Beach! Reading a book on the beach, having happy hour on the sand with your loved ones and friends, walks by the beach, fishing, and shell collecting, are all part of the Highland Beach lifestyle. We also love walking on the beach to the nearby restaurant, Latitudes, located in the Delray Sands Resort. They have an awesome brunch and good happy hours!
- Among the many things that made us fall in love with Highland Beach was the fact that Highland Beach is ALL PRIVATE BEACH. There is no public access to the beach, which means, a less crowded beach compared to the very touristy public beaches in Boca Raton and Delray Beach.
- When you are home in Highland Beach, it is quiet…no, really…very quiet! Although there are many things to do nearby in the cities surrounding Highland Beach, when you live in Highland Beach, the town is VERY quiet. It is nice to know that you can go for dinner to a trendy nearby restaurant in a busy street such as Atlantic Avenue, where you can walk that street to see the nightlife, cute stores, and bars, but then, when you get home, you can enjoy the peace and serenity that Highland Beach offers. No restaurant noise or smells, and no noise from the tourism and traffic that other bigger cities get.
- Compared to other States, you really do get more for your money in Highland Beach Florida, while still being able to enjoy a high quality of life and exclusivity.
- There are great communities to live in Highland Beach: single family homes, townhomes, villas, and condos are available to purchase. Many properties have ocean and Intracoastal views, and most have beach access. Property prices in Highland Beach range from $300,000 – $25,000,000. Many Pennsylvanians like the community called the Highland Beach Club where condo prices range from $350,000 – $750,000. The Highland Beach Club offers beach access and a deck on the Intracoastal for their residents to enjoy. Another community that Pennsylvanian’s love is Highland Beach’s most exclusive condominium development: Toscana Towers. Toscana Towers has three exclusive towers: Toscana North, Toscana West, and Toscana South. It also features a private beach club, 3 pools, 2 hot tubs, 2 tennis courts, a bocce ball court, a shuffleboard court, valet parking, concierge service, and other amenities of a luxury resort style community. The price of condos in Toscana range from $650,000 – $6,000,000. Watch the sunset and sunrise EVERDAY from your own condo! Both communities are pet friendly for property owners.
- Nearby cities like Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale have been attracting many companies that are relocating from other States with higher taxes. So, there are plenty of jobs in the area for residents that are still working.
- There are very good public and private schools nearby such as Pine Crest, Saint. Andrews, FAU University, and Lynn University. This is a major selling point for families relocating to this area.
Interested in a condo in Toscana Highland Beach? Got a few minutes? Watch this movie we made so that you can get a glimpse of what the “Toscana Lifestyle” is like: https://youtu.be/aVTncuVgBdg
Visit our Toscana Real Estate website to learn more about the Toscana community: floor plans, amenities, lifestyle, videos, condos for sale, condos sold, market statistics, and more! Go to: www.ToscanaRealEstate.info
If you are interested in buying or selling a luxury property in Highland Beach Florida, or the surrounding coastal cities, please, contact us at 561.715.0314
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Missing your Philly cheese steak sandwiches? Boca and Delray have restaurants that have good ones! No need to go back to Pennsylvania for that! 🙂
Much health to all,
Mayra & Ben Stern, Stern Realty
We have been thinking about how much fun we had a few years ago when we went on our trip to New York city.
Many of our Highland Beach Florida neighbors are from New York. They either have a second home here in Highland Beach, or have permanently moved to Florida to take advantage of the lower taxes, the lower cost of living, and the much warmer Florida weather. Florida has no personal income tax, therefore, Florida is reeling in new residents, and their wealth, while other states like New York, New Jersey, & Connecticut are experiencing an exodus of residents. Florida came out on top, attracting $17.2 billion more than it lost—the recipient of a “wealth exodus” from many states, including New York, which contributed about $8 billion to Florida’s income base, according to this article in Bloomberg: Florida Is the Big Winner as the Wealthy Move Out of Northern States
New Yorkers love Highland Beach, and we do too! Highland Beach is a small exclusive beach town located just south of the City of Delray Beach and north of Boca Raton in Florida. The Town is 1.1 total square miles. Highland Beach is a coastal community with a year-round population of 4,150 which increases to approximately 8,500 during the winter months. The roughly three mile stretch of beach in the Town of Highland Beach provides our residents with a place to relax and recreate. Our beaches also serve as critical nesting grounds for endangered sea turtles. The Town of Highland Beach has a Post Office, Fire Department, Police Station & a brand new Public Library overlooking the Intracoastal.
There are lots of attractions nearby. Highland Beach is just 5 minutes away from famed Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach, and Boca Raton’s Downtown. The quaint coastal town of Deerfield Beach is located just 10 minutes away, and the exclusive city of Palm Beach is just about 20 minutes away. Highland Beach is 30 minutes away from 2 major airports and 10 minutes away from the Boca Raton Airport. There are lots of things to do and attractions nearby, such as: the Town Center at Boca Raton, Mizner Park, the shops at Royal Palm Place, and Worth Avenue. Rent a boat for the day, or go on a cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway. You can go surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, or just take a relaxing walk by the beach! Go take a Brewery tour, visit the local parks and museums, try the many restaurants in the area, go golfing, go play tennis at the Delray Tennis Center, go to the many street festivals the cities nearby organize, and more! The possibilities are endless when it is sunny outside! Location, location, location!
If you are interested in buying or selling a luxury property in Highland Beach Florida, or the surrounding coastal cities, please, text us at 561-715-0314.
Much health to all,
Mayra & Ben Stern, Stern Realty
Serene views to the gorgeous resort style pools & Toscana grounds from this RECENTLY REMODELED condo that shows like a model! Peek at ocean & Intracoastal. MINIMALISTIC DESIGN! Open floorplan w tons of natural light. 2 BE + den. Modern looking kitchen with a recently installed white stone counter top, custom backsplash, sink, & faucet. European kitchen cabinets & top of the line stainless steel appliances. Custom paint, crown molding & closets. Marble floors in every room! Newer washer/dryer, custom BOSCH A/C, Toto toilets & bidet, modern powder room sink with under sink lighting, frameless shower doors, custom built in overhead lighting in living room & den, & much more! Full service building. RECENTLY RENOVATED LOBBY. Private beach club! Pets of all sizes welcome! Listed at: $1,000,000. The Toscana North Condo fee is: $3,319 P/QTR. The HOA fee is: $1,561.59 P/QTR. Combined, both fees come out to $1,627 per month. Read more about condos in Toscana Highland Beach Florida 33487 below…
The MODERN $1,200,000 Toscana North lobby has a Coffee Café and a Game Room with a pool table, a ping pong table, and a poker table! The lobby was completed in 2020! The Toscana North high tech gym was renovated in 2016 and it is more modern and better equipped than the gyms at the other two Toscana Towers. The gym renovation cost was about $560,000. The Toscana North roof was partially replaced in 2019. There were NO assessments to residents for any of these improvements! Toscana North has a media room, a social room with a catering kitchen, a card room, a business center, and a library. Toscana North has private coded elevator access to each apartment, underground parking, valet parking, 24-hour concierge service, private air conditioned storage & bicycle storage, and on-site maintenance & management. Toscana North is the building closest to the Toscana private beach club, a HUGE plus!
This is your opportunity to enjoy a life of luxury here in Toscana Highland Beach Florida 33487! Toscana Towers is a three building luxury oceanfront community located on the west side of A1A between the Intracoastal & the Atlantic Ocean. Toscana North has 17 floors and 143 units, Toscana West has 16 floors and 118 units, and Toscana South has 18 floors and 159 units. There are 422 total units in Toscana. Toscana is a 24-hour manned gated community with 3 pools, 2 hot tubs & cabana baths with attendants, 2 clay tennis courts, a bocce ball court, a shuffleboard court, and private beach, with a recently remodeled beach club. The Toscana Beach Club has a social room overlooking the ocean, lockers, a kitchen, showers, a BBQ area with tables with an awesome ocean view, beach chairs by the sand, & more. The Toscana beach attendant will provide you with towels and ice water! Each Toscana building has 2 electric car charging stations! Pets of all sizes welcome, but tenants cannot have pets. Units can be rented right after they are bought, twice a year for 90 days minimum each time. This is great for investors! Year round social events for Toscana residents! Toscana North is a VERY social building. The Toscana North and Toscana HOA Social Committees organize events such as: holiday parties, bagel brunches, game nights, trivia nights, Valentine’s Day party, Halloween party, & much more. In addition, residents organize card groups, a Toscana Book Club, and more. There is so much to do when you live in Toscana!
There are lots of things to do nearby! The Highland Beach Florida 33487 library, which is walking distance from Toscana, has concerts, yoga classes, dancing lessons, card groups, a book club, Current Events Discussions, kid’s parties, & much more. Highland Beach is just 5 minutes away from famed Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach, and Boca Raton’s Downtown. The quaint coastal town of Deerfield Beach is located just 10 minutes away, and the exclusive city of Palm Beach is just about 20 minutes away. Visit the Town Center at Boca Raton, Mizner Park, Atlantic Avenue, and Worth Avenue. Rent a boat for the day, or go on a cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway. You can go surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, or just take a relaxing walk by the beach & stop by to eat breakfast, lunch, brunch, dinner or happy hour at the Delray Sands beachfront restaurant! Go take a Brewery tour, visit the local parks and museums, try the many restaurants in the area, go golfing, go play tennis or Pickleball at the Delray Tennis Center, and more! The possibilities are endless when it is sunny outside! Location, location, location!
Highland Beach Florida 33487 is located in the southern portion of eastern Palm Beach County, which is in the southeastern part of the State of Florida. The Town is 1.1 total square miles and is bounded on the north and northwest by the City of Delray Beach and on the south and southwest by the City of Boca Raton. The Atlantic Ocean lies adjacent to the Town on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway lies to the west. Highland Beach Florida 33487 is a residential community with a year-round population of 4,150 which increases to approximately 8,500 during the winter months. The roughly three mile stretch of beach in the Town of Highland Beach provides our residents with a place to relax and recreate. Our beaches also serve as critical nesting grounds for endangered sea turtles. The Town of Highland Beach has a Post Office, Fire Department, Police Station & Public Library overlooking the Intracoastal.
Highland Beach Florida 33487 is a very quiet little coastal town ( http://www.onlyinyourstate.com/florida/safest-places-fl/ ) and it has lower crime rates compared to other cities in Florida and the USA. Ranked #2 in the 2015 Safest Cities in Florida Study prepared by ValuePenguin.com . Other websites such as CityRating.com also provide data about the low crime rates in this quaint coastal town. Voted one of the most Livable Cities in Florida and the USA by AreaVibes.com and one of the best cities to live in Palm Beach County by Livability.com . Highland Beach Florida 33487 is ALSO one of the most exclusive coastal towns in the US. It is one of the highest income per capita towns in the USA. Highland Beach’s zip code 33487 ranked #24 on the list of the wealthiest zip codes in Florida by the South Florida Business Journal. Many wealthy people have bought second homes in Highland Beach, Florida. Foreign buyers come to the area looking for more stable investments and a good value. Here in Highland Beach, it is sunny most of the year! Escape the cold during the winter months! Toscana Highland Beach Florida 33487 is 30 minutes away from 2 major airports and 10 minutes away from the Boca Raton Airport.
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South Florida has exclusive golf & country club communities, beautiful Intracoastal waterways and beaches with very luxurious oceanfront condos and waterfront homes.
The prestigious community of Gulf Stream lies in the heart of South Florida’s Gold Coast, between Boynton Beach and Delray Beach. Gulf Stream is only minutes away from Boca Raton’s private executive airport, easy reach of both Palm Beach (16 miles) and Fort Lauderdale (37 miles) International Airports. The Miami International Airport is 58 miles away. Gulf Stream is a very exclusive coastal town with very luxurious homes and condos. Most communities in Gulf Stream have Intracoastal and/or ocean views. Condos like 4001 North Ocean are an asset to the prestigious town of Gulf Stream. Property prices in Gulf Stream range from $450,000 to $13,000,000.
Briny Breezes is a small coastal town located on the east side of Florida, north of Delray Beach and south of Gulf Stream (between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, Florida. Briny Breezes is a very simple, low key, type of town with affordable prices. This town is close by to more exclusive cities & towns such as: Delray Beach, Gulf Stream, Ocean Ridge, Highland Beach, Boca Raton, and Boynton Beach. Most of the residential properties in Briny Breezes are mobile home communities located right on Intracoastal canals or on the ocean. Briny Breezes residents can walk to the beach or the Intracoastal. Prices of homes in Briny Breezes range from $70,000 to under $300,000. Coastal living at a fraction of the price!
Boynton Beach is a beautiful town located on the east side of Florida, north of Delray Beach and south of West Palm Beach. Boynton Beach is situated across the Intracoastal Waterway from the oceanfront municipalities of Ocean Ridge and Briny Breezes. The scenic Boynton Harbor Marina, located ½ mile south of the Boynton Inlet, is one of the City’s priceless treasures and natural resources. There are beautiful luxury communities recently built that are walking distance to the beach, the marina, and local restaurants. Communities such as Marina Village , CasaCosta and Peninsula on the Intracoastal are an asset to this city that is slowly becoming as special as Delray Beach! Prices in Boynton Beach are very reasonable compared to other more expensive cities such as Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Ocean Ridge, and Highland Beach. In Boynton Beach, you get more for your money! Enjoy the waterfront & beach life for a fraction of the price!
Delray Beach is a beautiful city located on the east side of Florida, north of Ft. Lauderdale and south of West Palm Beach. Atlantic Avenue, which runs through the center of town from I-95 to the ocean, is the longest Main Street in Florida. It is a beautiful street filled with fun shops, fine restaurants and entertainment. There are always festivals, events, and concerts going on in Delray Beach. Delray Beach’s booming art scene has more than 20 galleries located downtown and in the Pineapple Grove Arts District. A1A is the coastal road with stunning views of the ocean as well as prime real estate. Delray Beach was recently awarded “Best of the Road – Most Fun Small Town in America” by Rand McNally, USA Today and the Travel Channel. Delray Beach is also known as “Florida’s Best Beach Town”. Some Delray Beach communities include: City Walk at Pineapple Grove , Coastal House , Court of Delray , Ocean Place – 2155 , Ocean Place Condo , Seven Bridges , Stone Creek Ranch , and The Bridges . Delray Beach has condos & homes by the beach, boating communities, condos & homes by the Intracoastal, golf communities, equestrian communities, 55+ communities, and brand new homes!
The Town of Highland Beach is located in the southern portion of eastern Palm Beach County, which is in the southeastern part of the State of Florida. The Town is 1.1 total square miles and is bounded on the north and northwest by the City of Delray Beach and on the south and southwest by the City of Boca Raton. The Atlantic Ocean lies adjacent to the Town on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway lies to the west. Highland Beach is a residential community with a year-round population of 4,150 which increases to approximately 8,500 during the winter months. The roughly three mile stretch of beach in the Town of Highland Beach provides our residents with a place to relax and recreate. Our beaches also serve as critical nesting grounds for endangered sea turtles. The Town of Highland Beach has a Post Office, Fire Department, Police Station & a brand new Public Library overlooking the Intracoastal. Highland Beach was voted 18th Best City to Live In by Forbes. Highland Beach is just minutes to DELRAY’S famed Atlantic Ave. with its world class shopping and dining establishments, and close to Boca’s downtown. Highland Beach is within 30 minutes of 2 major airports and 15 minutes from the Boca Raton Executive Airport. Highland Beach communities include: 3200 S. Ocean Blvd. , 45 Ocean , The Acreage , Ambassador’s East , Beach Walk East , Bel Highland Condo , Bel Lido , Bel Lido Isle , Bel Lido Manor , Bel Lido Villas , Boca Cove , Boca Highland , Byrd Beach , Camelot on the Atlantic , Camino Cove , Carlton House , Casa Del Lago , Casa Marina , Casuarina , Clarendon , Coronado at Highland Beach , El Dorado , Eleven-O-Four Condo , Highland Beach Club , Highland Beach Isles , Highland Beach Harbour , Highland Ocean House Condo , Highland Towers , Highlands Place , Monterey House , Nassau Cove – Villas by the Sea , Ocean Cove , Ocean Dunes , Ocean Grande Place , Ocean Pines , Ocean Place Estates , Ocean Place Villas , Ocean Terrace , Parker Highland , Penthouse Highlands , Penthouse Towers , Regency Highland , Ridge Condos , Seagate , The Enclave – Delray By Sea , Toscana , Townhouses of Highland Beach , Trafalgar , Villa Costa , Villa Magna , Villa Mare , Villa Maris , Villa Nova , Villas of Highland Beach , Wiltshire House Condo , and Yachtsmans Cove .
Boca Raton is a beautiful city located north of Ft. Lauderdale and south of the City of West Palm Beach in Florida. The city has a population of about 85,000. Boca Raton is known for its affluent social community and high income demographic. According to Forbes magazine, Boca Raton has three of the ten most expensive gated communities in the U.S.: The Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club holds the #1 spot, The Sanctuary takes #6, and Le Lac takes the #8 spot. Boca Raton is famous for its spectacular beaches, the Intracoastal Waterway, golf courses, country clubs, beachfront condominiums & houses, boating communities, Mizner Park, the Town Center at Boca Raton, Boca Raton Resort & Club Hotel and its Boca Beach Club (one of the few 5 start hotels in Florida), and the exclusive lifestyle. Boca is a great family community as well as a paradise for retired people. It is also a boater’s dream!
Deerfield Beach is a beautiful city located north of Ft. Lauderdale and south of Boca Raton on the east side of Florida. Deerfield Beach is a trendy, casual, lay back kind of coastal town. The Pier at Deerfield Beach and the Deerfield Beach Boardwalk are always full of tourists and locals. There are many restaurants, stores, and hotels walking distance from the beach. Deerfield Beach has tons of new residential buildings with magnificent views of the ocean. Property prices in Deerfield Beach range from $100,000 to $9,000,000.
Hillsboro Beach is a quiet town on a small peninsula just over three miles long. The exclusive stretch of oceanfront known as The Mile, or Hillsboro Mile, on Florida’s East Coast, has prestigious estate homes. Hillsboro Beach has shopping, entertainment, marinas, golf, water-oriented recreation and superb restaurants within easy reach. Top-rated medical facilities, places of worship, major airports and vital services are just a short distance away. The Hillsboro Inlet opens to the Atlantic Ocean and the rich sport fishing grounds of the Gulf Stream. There are many exclusive waterfront & oceanfront communities In Hillsboro Mile such as: 1200 Hillsboro Mile , 1200 The Ocean , and Ocean Grande Beach & Marina . Property prices in Hillsboro Beach range from $100,000 to $40,000,000.
Parkland is a peaceful and very exclusive city nestled in a serene, wooded environment in Northwest Broward County, Florida. This city was incorporated in 1963. While it is a predominantly residential community, small portions are zoned for commercial and industrial development. Currently, the population is approximately 25,000 and long-term projections anticipate the eventual population to be approximately 35,000. Parkland has luxury houses, townhomes, and condominiums as well as more affordable properties. Parkland is located close to everything, has great parks & public schools. There are currently a few new construction communities in Parkland such as MiraLago at Parkland & Town Parc , Watercrest at Parkland, Parkland Royale (Broward’s only 55 and over new construction community), Osprey Lake , Sawgrass Bay , and Somerset . Parkland communities are: BBB Ranches, Cypress Cay, Cypress Head, Grand Cypress Estates, Heron Bay , Fox Ridge, In the Pines, Parkland Golf & Country Club, Meadow Run, Mill Run, MiraLago at Parkland & Town Parc , Parkland Isles , Parkland Reserve , Parkland Royale , Pine Tree Estates, Tall Pines, Ternbridge, The Landings, Watercrest at Parkland , and Whittier Oaks. Parkland property prices range from $200,000 to $5,000,000.
Coral Springs , Florida is located in Broward County, approximately 20 miles northwest of Ft. Lauderdale and 10 miles southwest of Boca Raton. Coral Springs is situated within about an hour’s drive of Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Boca Raton, and Palm Beach. The city of Coral Springs has many parks and golf courses. University Dr. is the main street with many accessible restaurants and stores. Coral Springs has one of the nicest and biggest gated communities in all of Florida: Heron Bay. Heron Bay is an elegant community with single family homes, townhouses, villas, and condominiums. Part of Heron Bay is located in Coral Springs and part in Parkland. Heron Bay subdivisions include: Tuscany, Villa Sorrento, Mizner Village, The Enclave, The Fairways, The Point, The Falls, Long Cove, L’ Hermitage, Casa del Sol, The Estates, Waterford estates, The Colony, Heron Isles, The Vistas, Heron Cove, The Greens, Edgewood, Heron Estates, Old Brooke, Bay Cove, The Highlands, The Reserves, Greenbriar, The Glen, Meadow Brooke, Creekside, Osprey Lake, Banyan Isles, Sable point, Cypress Pointe, Sawgrass Bay , and Somerset. The Heron Bay Golf Club was named one of America’s 10 best new public golf courses by Golf Digest. Golf Magazine ranks it one of the top 10 daily-fee courses in Florida. The price range of properties for sale in Heron Bay is $200,000 – $4,000,000. Coral Springs has properties that are very affordable, as well as very exclusive, and more pricy homes.
If you are interested in buying, selling or renting a property in Palm Beach or Broward Counties, please call Ben & Mayra Stern at 561-715-0314.