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Boca Raton

Boca Raton, Florida

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Overview

If you pass by this bright, lovely city with pastel-colored homes of Spanish-Mediterranean influence and avenues with lush palm trees lining them – you must be in this place called Boca Raton. It is simply ‘BOCA’ to most locals. No doubt, it is one of the best places to live in South Florida for so many reasons.

For one, there are varied options for a home or property here: 

Single-family homes;
Intracoastal estates in the central and west portions of the city;
Oceanfront luxury and high-rise condominium residences in the East Boca.

Why move or live in this city? Besides the appealing views, what will endear you here are the vibrant and walkable downtown, the highly-rated schools for your children, so many outdoor activities, and many more. There’s just something that you will love in this city. There’s a series of world-class attractions and community events keeping the city well-connected with its residents. Not to mention, of course, is the pristine beach where it is easily accessible. 
The city has its share of locals as well as people moving here from other parts of the world, making Boca a melting pot of diverse cultures.

 How do you feel like being on a lifetime vacation? In Boca – you do not wish for this anymore. It’s real.
For any prospective homeowner in this beautiful community, Boca Raton offers you a wide range of both known benefits and hidden gems waiting to be explored. You may be dreaming of investing in this piece of paradise in Palm Beach County and the larger coastal portion of the southeast of Florida. Undoubtedly, that will be a smart move! 

Location


Boca Raton is a key city of the metropolitan area situated about 45 miles north of Miami. It is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in South Florida. It is an hour’s drive away from Miami International Airport. When you go to Fort Lauderdale, it will just take around 30 minutes; downtown Miami in less than an hour. There are good public transit systems like a Tri-Rail which is a commuter rail system that can go as far as Miami International Airport. Palm Tran provides regular bus services around Palm Beach County.

Aside from being a neighborhood of multi-racial cultures, Boca Raton has an interesting mix of modern oceanfront high-rises and architectural-styled homes among some historic structures. Several buildings here are from the 1920s era – can you believe that? History resonates well in this neighborhood. 


The Beginnings of BOCA


The lovely city of Boca Raton has a rich history which the locals must be proud of. After all, these elements of their deep historical background helped shaped how thriving the city is today.

 One trivia which many people do not know is that Boca Raton was once a small agricultural community. The Tequesta Indians are the first inhabitants of this town. Did you know that the very 1st personal computer came from this city? Yes, that’s surprising, but one proud fact about Boca.

Some interesting historical structures you may want to see: 

Colony Hotel and Cabaña constructed in 1929 features the original staff-operated elevator dated 1926, and the 1st telephone switchboard, too. 

Want to know how life was from 1915 to 1935? There’s a tour about it that’s worth checking out at the  Cason Cottage Museum. 

You may want to know the succession of all BOCA’s residents from the Tequesta Indians to Spanish and Japanese settlers and immigrants to the present city dwellers now. This information is available at the Boca Raton Historical Society and Museum. 

Lifestyle and Leisure with Parks & Beaches


As you walk down Boca’s neighborhood – you just feel the refreshing palm-tree-lined streets all around you making it great for running, jogging, or biking. This is the reason why the locals love the outdoors, basking in proverbial Florida’s warm weather. Most of the recreation spots like the parks, beaches, golf courses, and community clubs are teeming with people. Along the west and center of the city, you can find several gated communities and country clubs offering top-notch facilities like resort-type pools, private golf courses, tennis clubs, and other trendy sports activity areas. You never need to go out of your zone to be able to spend your downtime here.

Three public parks offer beach access in Boca, such as Red Reef, South Beach, and the Spanish River. The beaches are clean, pristine with white sand where one can spend tranquil afternoons. A portion of the beach, all of 2 miles stretch does not have any developments, thus, a perfect setting for early morning walks. Other activities the locals and residents do are diving, snorkeling, kayaking, and playing volleyball on the beach.


There are other parks around the city offering a wide range of amenities like Patch Reef Park, a favorite neighborhood green spot nestled on the Wyman Lake banks. It has wide-open athletic fields, nature trails, picnic tables, lush beautiful trees providing shade, a community and events center, a tennis center, and a children’s play structure. There’s also the huge Sugar Sand Park, one of the most visited and sought-after parks. Among the attractions here are the enjoyable nature trails, sports fields, basketball and volleyball courts, and pavilions. Kids of Boca love going here for many things, like the splash pad, carousel, and the Science Exploratorium. There are also several isolated spaces like picnic pavilions and barbecue pits to enjoy an afternoon with family and friends. If you go in the evenings – watch a performance at the Willow Theater with dances, music, plays, and family shows. 

Shopping and Dining Options


Boca Raton is home to some of South Florida’s best shopping and dining destinations, mostly in the cozy downtown, to name a few:
 
Mizner Park – a beautifully developed and landscaped property where you can find the cream of the crop: luxury boutiques, an iPic movie theater, and modern restaurants. Picture these: fountains, walkways, and palm trees all lending the perfect backdrop for a warm and relaxed ambiance. 

Town Center Mall – an imposing indoor shopping property with posh department stores and trendy boutiques. They have dining options as well.

Local Restaurants, Cafes, & Bars – Both the Central and West Boca areas have an array of favorite neighborhood restaurants, cafes, and bars offering comfort food, and gourmet food. The cocktails and coffee scenes in these joints are at their highs most of the time. 

Night Spots – Some retro dance clubs and local artists and bands can soothe your mellow evenings while dancing the nights away in retro, jazz, or rock and roll music. For the young, listen to the latest pop covers. 

Typically, there is one place that you would love from among these options, be it shopping or dining. 

Arts and Culture Everywhere


Aside from the beaches, parks, museums, restaurants, and shopping centers, the residents certainly know how to celebrate and spend happy moments among the festivals and cultural events throughout the year. Among these are the Boca’s Greek Festival, Arts Boca Festival, and the Brazilian Beat Festival. Surely, you’ll enjoy and have a great time reveling in music, arts, films, food, dances, games, and raffles. All these are part of the city’s local fun and excitement so you can say life here is not dull at all.

There’s a steady dynamic play of arts and culture that is constantly evolving. Residents have options, such as the Boca Raton Festival of the Arts and the Seafood Music Festival. Providing the center of art in Boca is the celebrated, decades-old Boca Raton Museum of Art featuring not only art events and visual displays, but holds art classes and workshops as well.


Another popular structure is the Mizner Park Cultural Center hosting various concerts, musicals, and comedy shows. There are also well-loved establishments, like the Wick Theatre showing classical musicals and the Boca Raton Children’s Museum which is a favorite among the kids. 

Hidden Gems to check out:


Farmer’s Market – You will find anything you like here from more than 40 local vendors with their produce, baked goodies, cheeses, meats, flowers, preserved food, and handmade crafts and pottery. It is located on the City Hall’s Parking Lot.

Golf Courses - The golf scene is indeed thrilling with almost 20 gold courses as options. What’s more? You have gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway at the same time. One preferred among these golf courses is the Alan C. Alford Red Reef Family Golf Course providing good playing surfaces. 

Salon and Spa Treatments – With about 50 establishments, perfect to explore as you need to recharge for some “me time” through having hair and nail treatments, massage, and the works from spas to get a feel of some rejuvenation. 

Live Local Sports - There are always live local sports somewhere like football, soccer, volleyball, baseball, diving, and swimming. Find your favorite sport and watch it and cheer for your favorite team. 

An enviable lifestyle, modern conveniences, warm communities, stunning beaches, popular parks, and endless leisure, plus the city’s rich history all contribute to where Boca Raton is NOW – a neighborhood worth discovering and living in, as it continues to flourish through the years. 

Interested to move to this neighborhood and live here in Boca Raton? Check our condos for sale and rent at Boca Raton with the details below. 

Boca Raton Units For Sale

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Address Price DOM Beds Baths SQFT $/SQFT
568 N Mansfield N # 568, Boca Raton FL 33434 $110K 79 1 1 601 $183
36 Suffolk A # 36, Boca Raton FL 33434 $110K 46 1 1 601 $183
129 Brighton D # 129, Boca Raton FL 33434 $114K 22 1 1 715 $159
233 Mansfield F # 233, Boca Raton FL 33434 $125K 44 1 1 715 $175
358 Fanshaw I # 358, Boca Raton FL 33434 $125K 37 1 1 601 $208
79 Suffolk B # 79, Boca Raton FL 33434 $130K 50 1 1 715 $182
293 Mansfield G # 293, Boca Raton FL 33434 $150K 224 1 1 715 $210
384 Mansfield J # 384, Boca Raton FL 33434 $150K 36 1 1 715 $210
189 E Fanshaw E # 189, Boca Raton FL 33434 $150K 30 1 1 601 $250
260 Brighton G # 260, Boca Raton FL 33434 $155K 29 1 1 601 $258
181 E Fanshaw # 181, Boca Raton FL 33434 $160K 4 1 1 715 $224
267 Suffolk G # 267, Boca Raton FL 33434 $160K 6 2 1 835 $192
3003 Newcastle A # 3003, Boca Raton FL 33434 $170K 21 2 2 916 $186
11866 N Branch Rd, Boca Raton FL 33428 $185K 120 2 2 960 $193
300 NE 20th St # 7020, Boca Raton FL 33431 $189K 6 1 1 727 $260
23099 Barwood Ln N # 108, Boca Raton FL 33428 $200K 30 2 2 1,300 $153
11949 FLOTILLA PLACE, BOCA RATON FL 33428 $200K 60 3 2 1,152 $173
11530 Venetian Ave, Boca Raton FL 33428 $200K 4 2 2 784 $255
1058 Guildford D # 1058, Boca Raton FL 33434 $218K 6 2 1 880 $248
9273 SW 8TH STREET # 406, BOCA RATON FL 33428 $250K 10 2 2 979 $255
5700 NW 2ND AVENUE # 603, BOCA RATON FL 33487 $254K 2 2 2 1,200 $212
6161 NW 2nd Ave # 623, Boca Raton FL 33487 $259K New 2 2 1,200 $216
5961 NW 2nd Ave # 105, Boca Raton FL 33487 $284K 15 2 2 1,050 $270
9205 Pecky Cypress Ln # 8D, Boca Raton FL 33428 $299K 64 2 2 1,266 $236
6025 BALBOA CIRCLE # 202, Boca Raton FL 33433 $322K 1 2 2 1,385 $232
9991 Three Lakes Cir # 9991, Boca Raton FL 33428 $326K 36 3 2 972 $335
10930 Lakemore Ln # 201, Boca Raton FL 33498 $340K 7 2 2 1,150 $296
6461 NW 2nd Ave # 512, Boca Raton FL 33487 $348K 12 2 2 1,300 $267
6500 NW 2nd Ave # 314, Boca Raton FL 33487 $349K 78 2 2 1,316 $265
9261 Vista Del Lago # B, Boca Raton FL 33428 $355K 19 2 2 1,216 $292
299 NW 52nd Ter # 119, Boca Raton FL 33487 $375K 23 3 2 1,300 $288
9126 SW 21st St, Boca Raton FL 33428 $415K 60 3 2 1,184 $351
9 Royal Palm Way # 206, Boca Raton FL 33432 $435K 43 2 2 1,130 $385
7616 Elmridge Dr # U, Boca Raton FL 33433 $450K 108 2 2 1,629 $276
9859 Orange Park Trl, Boca Raton FL 33428 $450K 4 3 2 1,369 $329
10650 Eland St, Boca Raton FL 33428 $530K 7 3 2 1,399 $379
1862 NW 9th St, Boca Raton FL 33486 $575K 7 3 2 2,192 $262
22292 Doran Ave, Boca Raton FL 33428 $595K 76 3 2 1,763 $337
21547 Saint Andrews Grand Cir, Boca Raton FL 33486 $599K 2 3 2 1,710 $350
22285 SW 57th Ave, Boca Raton FL 33428 $600K 25 3 2 1,773 $338
215 NE 20th St, Boca Raton FL 33431 $600K 24 4 2 0 $0
9580 Carousel Cir S, Boca Raton FL 33434 $689K 3 3 2 1,919 $359
1298 SW 4th Ave, Boca Raton FL 33432 $699K 92 3 2 1,271 $550
10350 Islander Dr, Boca Raton FL 33498 $715K 56 3 2 1,946 $367
859 Jeffery St # 201, Boca Raton FL 33487 $720K 1 3 2 1,682 $428
10687 Pebble Cove Ln, Boca Raton FL 33498 $750K 95 3 2 1,615 $464
17477 Via Capri, Boca Raton FL 33496 $795K 49 2 2 1,667 $477
1328 W Camino Real, Boca Raton FL 33486 $890K 122 3 2 2,487 $358
6268 Via Palladium, Boca Raton FL 33433 $890K 15 5 4 2,500 $356
20100 Ocean Key Dr, Boca Raton FL 33498 $900K 2 5 3 2,660 $338
12674 Maypan Dr, Boca Raton FL 33428 $950K 35 4 2 2,531 $375
674 NW Library Commons Way # 674, Boca Raton FL 33432 $950K 25 3 3 2,289 $415
5665 Golfway Dr, Boca Raton FL 33433 $959K 1 4 2 1,446 $663
7051 NW Turtle Walk, Boca Raton FL 33487 $975K 112 4 2 2,528 $386
1501 NW 12th Ter, Boca Raton FL 33486 $1.1M 8 3 2 2,721 $404
22088 Martella Ave, Boca Raton FL 33433 $1.2M 29 5 2 2,478 $484
5223 Deerhurst Crescent Cir, Boca Raton FL 33486 $1.3M 29 3 2 1,967 $648
. Shannon Ridge Way, Boca Raton FL 33428 $1.4M 17 5 3 0 $0
1082 SW 7th St, Boca Raton FL 33486 $1.4M 7 3 2 1,764 $793
12227 Kenton Way, Boca Raton FL 33428 $1.5M 53 4 3 3,488 $427
3855 NW 5th Ave, Boca Raton FL 33431 $1.6M 289 7 5 5,056 $307
20405 Hacienda Ct, Boca Raton FL 33498 $1.6M 18 4 2 2,608 $594
960 NW 4th Ct, Boca Raton FL 33432 $1.6M 7 7 4 3,232 $495
365 NE 3rd St, Boca Raton FL 33432 $1.7M 18 3 2 2,002 $839
19218 N Creekshore Ct, Boca Raton FL 33498 $1.9M 36 6 4 4,683 $395
17931 Lake Azure Way, Boca Raton FL 33496 $2.0M 72 5 4 4,448 $449
1500 SW 15th St, Boca Raton FL 33486 $2.2M 214 5 4 4,260 $516
17359 Pavaroso St, Boca Raton FL 33496 $2.6M 54 5 5 3,953 $670
3290 Westminster Dr, Boca Raton FL 33496 $2.7M 25 6 6 4,396 $614
943 NE 24th St, Boca Raton FL 33431 $3.0M 56 4 3 3,200 $922
17837 Key Vista Way, Boca Raton FL 33496 $3.4M 46 5 5 5,708 $594
17143 Ludovica Ln, Boca Raton FL 33496 $3.9M 86 4 3 3,206 $1,209
445 NE 2nd St, Boca Raton FL 33432 $4.9M 10 5 5 4,585 $1,069
800 S Ocean Blvd # 403, Boca Raton FL 33432 $6.0M 35 4 4 4,747 $1,263
2704 NW 75th St, Boca Raton FL 33496 $6.9M 18 6 8 7,168 $963
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Boca Raton Real Estate Market Trends

Average List Price
The average list price of homes in Boca Raton, was $2,310,607 in May 2022, compared to $771,911 in May 2021.

Location

View Offers
81
For Sale
45
For Rent
1733
Sold
Price Range
$110K - $28M
Avg. SQFT Price
$515
SF Range
601 - 12,512 SF
Beds
1 - 7
Avg. Dom
241 day(s)
Year Built
1955 - 2021