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Delray Beach

Delray Beach, FL, USA

Overview

Enjoy the best of both worlds at Delray Beach – a charming coastal city with luxurious resort-style living. If you want to enjoy a small-town vibe with complete amenities, this is the place to be. An intimate beach town with that big-city trendy vibe, Delray Beach is one warm, friendly, and vibrant neighborhood in South Florida. “Florida’s Village by the Sea” is its distinct tag. Quaint brick sidewalks and gaslight street lamps are what will greet you here with several watering holes, art galleries, shops, and museums. In addition, there are unique shops and the latest fashion boutiques that are comparable to NYC’s SOHO and Madison Avenue districts but with the edge of a location of a beautiful ocean waterfront, no less.
 
So, when you want an easy, relaxed lifestyle coupled with some adventures on the side, Delray Beach is on top of the list. It is one of Palm Beaches’ favorite cities.
 
What do you know! Other awards like “Most Fun Small Town in the USA” will make you dream of a good life in this city. Another feather on the cap that Delray Beach should be proud of is that it is regarded as one of the country's happiest seaside towns; thus, it is not a surprise if Delray Beach is a sought-after neighborhood in this part of Florida.
 
At Delray Beach, there is undoubtedly something for everyone to do and enjoy. No wonder the residents here are as diverse, such as young professionals, couples and families, and even retirees. There are plenty of things that everyone can appreciate. There are community events, activities, varied forms of arts and culture, and lastly, the serene beachfront lifestyle that Delray Beach proudly offers.
 
Delray Beach offers a stretch of public beach, all of two miles. The Delray Municipal Beach is one of the top beaches in the southeast part of the US (another accolade to this multi-awarded city). The beach is well-maintained, with clean, sparkling waters as its primary attraction.
 
Delray Municipal Beach
 

Location

 
Delray Beach is a famous city in Palm Beach County, Florida. It is a lovely community between 2 points: Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. If you are driving or commuting by car, Boca Raton is only 12 minutes away. West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale are both 29 minutes away. Miami Beach is about an hour and 13 minutes travel time. The city’s boundaries are East to West: King’s Point to the coastline and North to South: Boynton Beach to Boca Raton. The nearby neighborhoods include Deerfield Beach, Boynton Beach, Boca Raton, Palm Beach, and Lake Worth.
 

The City’s Beginnings

 
You will get to appreciate the present-day Delray Beach with its history as you explore the city. Its early human inhabitants were the Jaega people. It was incorporated in 1923 and has since evolved from an agricultural community into the flourishing city it is today. There have been considerable renovations to what is the downtown at present, as it leads Florida’s growing preservation movement of history and culture. Its neighborhoods are historic districts: West Settlers, Old School Square, Nassau Park, Del-Ida Park, and Marina. In addition, several iconic landmarks are here, including the John and Elizabeth Shaw Sundy House, The Colony Hotel, and Old School Square featuring Cornell Art Museum.
 

Arts, Culture, and Lifestyle

 
Whatever you like is here – the options are limitless. This bike-friendly Delray Beach Downtown is an area where dining, shopping, culture, and art choices are abounding, notably Pineapple Grove District and Atlantic Avenue. Some top restaurants that offer gastronomic delight are Rose’s Daughter, The Grove, Deck 84, and Elisabetta’s. So, what are your food cravings? There are fine sushi bars and Japanese restaurants around. Maybe you want a gourmet ice cream or craft brewery? Places of interest are varied – gardens, museums, parks, and bars. Atlantic Avenue is a regular destination for art fairs and street festivals.
 
There are eclectic shops offering arts and crafts, music, specialty items, clothing and accessories, handmade pieces of jewelry, and more for hobby enthusiasts. In addition, there are familiar brands and local brands for you to check out. Delray Beach is undoubtedly a paradise with a thriving art scene in all forms: visual, musical, or performance. Arts Garage is one multi-media art studio where concerts, live theater performances, and musicals showcase exceptional talents. They also have an art gallery for fledgling local artists.
 
Indulge in watching stage plays, musicals, and children’s theatre productions at The Delray Beach Playhouse in Lake Ida East Park. They also offer classes and camps.
 
For the parks, Delray Beach has a lot to offer, too. If you prefer to commune with nature in solitude or play sports in a field – there are several parks within the city for whatever leisure you want to explore.
 
Delray Oaks Natural Area
 

Places of Interest

 
1. Atlantic Avenue – This is also known as The Avenue, the center of all activities in Delray’s downtown, especially dining and shopping. The shopaholics can find trendy shops and boutiques here, while the creative ones can go from one art gallery to another. The ambiance is tops – imagine oak trees and palms lining the brick-paved sidewalks, which is a perfect spot for an ideal stroll or a slow evening walk.
 
2. Silverball Museum - This 9,000-square foot museum evokes some nostalgic moments in visitors – childhood memories for the adults, leaving the younger generations to create new memories. It features more than 150 video games and pinball machines, some of which date to the 1930s. A classic example is the Mr. Pac-Man. The best part? All the plays in the games are unlimited, as stipulated in the admission. Pretty cool, ‘right?!
 
3. Delray Beach Market - This is touted as Florida’s most prominent food hall. But it’s not just food and drinks that they serve; all 35 best-in-class vendors are carefully curated to provide a fantastic place to enjoy and celebrate Delray’s lively food culture combined with visual arts and interactive pop-ups.
 
4. Delray Municipal Beach – This is a top beach in the southeastern portion of the country, as cited by Travel Holiday magazine. It is a popular getaway for people of all ages. No wonder you will see the excitement everywhere: young people playing water sports and families bonding together while basking in the sun. For adventure, one can rent equipment, from paddleboards to snorkeling gear, at the Delray Beach Watersports area on the beach. Good restaurants are also nearby, like Caffe Luna Rosa and Boston’s on the Beach, to satisfy your food cravings.
 
5. Wakodahatchee Wetlands - This is the first wetlands park in the region, which has an array of wide-ranging wildlife habitats, such as foxes, alligators, otters, rabbits, various species of birds, and more. Do you know that people flock to this place since it is a renowned bird-watching and photography spot in Palm Beach? What’s great is that the wetlands are open to the public for free. Enjoy a leisurely walk along a stretch of elevated boardwalk over acres of wetlands and water.
 
6. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens – Six lush and authentic Japanese gardens are inspired by a different era. The museum is a cultural hub of Japanese arts and culture. There are rotating exhibits that showcase other demos of activities and classes, like traditional tea ceremonies. There is also a world-class bonsai display and a unique museum store filled with rare-to-find items. They also host several Japanese festivals and celebrations throughout the year.
 
7. Saltwater Brewery - This brewery is the city’s first local production microbrewery, with tastings on-site done in a reef room. The handcrafted beer uses only natural ingredients. In addition, this brewery provides ocean conservation education programs and private tours of the brewery for groups of 10.
 
8. Pineapple Grove Arts District - The Pineapple Grove Arts District is a colorful spot at north downtown Atlantic Avenue. Its art galleries, custom-made furniture stores, public art pieces, boutiques, performance arts, and cultural organizations are pretty popular here. To add, you can always snap those selfies away on your social media with the giant pineapple mural as the background. As you go further down a few blocks – you will see the Artist’s Alley – a community where local artists collaborate to display their creative works to the public.
 

Wide-Ranging Options for Real Estate Market

 
Delray Beach is truly a growing market that continues to thrive and prosper as many people are drawn to its properties. The reason? The exceptional lifestyle it offers. It is a coastal city offering you diverse options of charming communities with unique attributes, vibe, and architecture. The available properties’ listings will suit anyone according to their lifestyle. Delray Beach offers something for everyone – a luxury estate, a country club home, or a waterfront home with stunning views. Perhaps, an attractive bungalow or a single-family home in a neighborhood with history. But there are also apartment complexes, modern condominiums and townhomes, and mobile homes. But, of course, there are quite a few high-rise condos due to building height regulations, so there will be no obstructions to the gorgeous water views.
 
A ballpark figure is about 60% of these homes are owner-occupied, while the 30% are tenants renting their homes.
 
As you can see, Delray Beach offers homes to broad demographics: young professionals, married couples, growing families, and retirees. Which communities are suitable for each group? Delray Shores is usually the unanimous choice of those with families since it has many top-rated schools. This area offers affordable living, too. It is the Downtown Delray Beach for young professionals. This portion of the city is so vibrant – filled with modern condominiums, stunning old homes, and beautiful apartments. There are dining and entertainment options. There are several notable amenities, so this is quite the popular choice for this set. Plus, major business entities located here offer excellent job opportunities for these young professionals. The location also allows easy commutes around the area. A go-to choice for retirees is a beachfront home, and you can have this at the Avalon Trails. Exclusive amenities are being offered through The Club at Avalon Trails. This Club features several superior amenities, like different pools, a modern fitness studio, pickleball, tennis courts, beautiful gardens, and walking trails. If you’re up to spending your retirement years in style and comfort, you may want to check out this neighborhood.
 
If you intend to live in one of these homes, maybe make it a second or holiday home, or invest in one, check our inventory of homes for sale or rent.

Delray Beach Units For Sale

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Bedrooms:
Address Price DOM Beds Baths SQFT $/SQFT
698 Brittany O, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $113K 30 1 1 0 $0
17 Normandy A # 17, Delray Beach FL 33484 $120K 43 1 1 760 $158
471 Saxony J # 471, Delray Beach FL 33446 $123K 104 1 1 760 $162
513 Capri K # 513, Delray Beach FL 33484 $129K 98 1 1 760 $170
171 Brittany D, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $139K 15 1 1 726 $191
286 Monaco F, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $140K 8 1 1 726 $193
299 Tuscany F # 299, Delray Beach FL 33446 $140K 5 1 1 726 $193
515 Monaco K, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $140K 54 1 1 726 $193
155 Monaco D, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $140K 9 1 1 726 $193
265 Flanders F, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $142K 284 2 2 883 $161
172 Flanders # D, Delray Beach FL 33484 $149K 103 2 2 907 $164
320 Brittany G, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $150K 40 2 2 883 $170
4520 3rd Ct, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $150K 7 1 1 970 $155
520 Saxony K # 520, Delray Beach FL 33446 $159K 4 2 2 907 $175
5078 Lakefront Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $167K 101 1 2 1,068 $156
690 Saxony O # 690, Delray Beach FL 33446 $170K 24 1 1 760 $224
134 Tuscany B, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $170K 20 1 1 726 $234
988 Normandy U # 988, Delray Beach FL 33484 $175K 20 2 2 907 $193
318 Tuscany F # F318, Delray Beach FL 33446 $175K 197 1 1 726 $241
558 Saxony L # 558, Delray Beach FL 33446 $175K 78 1 1 760 $230
665 Flanders, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $179K 125 2 2 883 $203
5190 Las Verdes Cir # 105, Delray Beach FL 33484 $180K 19 2 2 930 $193
745 Flanders P # 745, Delray Beach FL 33484 $180K 13 2 2 883 $204
5250 Las Verdes Cir, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $185K 71 2 2 930 $199
438 Monaco J # 438, Delray Beach FL 33446 $185K 68 1 1 726 $255
26 Abbey Ln, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $186K 79 2 2 1,006 $184
262 E Tuscany E # 262, Delray Beach FL 33446 $188K 30 1 1 726 $259
133 Tuscany B, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $190K 38 2 2 880 $216
1415 SW 27th Ave # 203, Delray Beach FL 33445 $195K 125 2 2 1,167 $167
4835 NW 2nd St # B, Delray Beach FL 33445 $195K 14 1 1 1,040 $188
1415 SW 27th Ave # 203, Delray Beach FL 33445 $195K 1 2 2 1,167 $167
232 Saxony Lane, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $199K 16 2 2 907 $219
1042 North Dr # B, Delray Beach FL 33445 $199K 27 1 1 912 $218
313 Saxony G, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $199K 148 2 2 907 $219
1131 Violet Ter, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $200K 13 2 2 1,167 $171
14671 Bonaire Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $210K 36 1 2 925 $227
605 Brittany M, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $215K 94 2 2 883 $243
2900 Fiore Way # 109, Delray Beach FL 33445 $215K 116 2 2 1,023 $210
6675 Oriole Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $219K 60 2 2 1,006 $218
766 Normandy BLDG P # 766, Delray Beach FL 33484 $220K 60 2 2 907 $243
7449 Glendevon Ln, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $225K 53 2 2 1,260 $179
116 Flanders C, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $229K New 2 2 907 $252
404 Normandy I # 404, Delray Beach FL 33484 $230K 193 2 2 907 $253
412 Saxony I, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $230K 22 2 2 907 $253
334 Burgundy G # 334, Delray Beach FL 33484 $237K 76 2 2 907 $261
1050 Crystal Way # F, Delray Beach FL 33444 $239K 92 1 1 630 $379
6936 Huntington Ln # 203, Delray Beach FL 33446 $245K 83 2 2 1,070 $229
2731 15th, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $245K 17 2 2 1,167 $210
6600 S Oriole Blvd # 1060, Delray Beach FL 33446 $249K 34 2 2 1,005 $248
5310 Las Verdes Cir, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $249K 76 2 2 930 $268
2901 Fiore Way # 2040, Delray Beach FL 33445 $250K 85 2 2 924 $271
9 Waterford, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $250K 103 2 2 883 $283
2915 15th St, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $250K 5 2 2 1,167 $214
1215 Crystal Way, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $251K 46 1 1 756 $332
14110 Nesting Way, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $254K 135 2 2 1,186 $214
14426 Amberly Ln, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $259K 21 2 2 1,150 $225
1825 Palm Cove Blvd # 304, Delray Beach FL 33445 $260K 163 2 1 934 $278
5894 Via Delray, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $260K 15 2 2 1,250 $208
1192 Drive Cir, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $260K 41 2 2 1,070 $243
910 South Dr # D, Delray Beach FL 33445 $265K 46 2 2 1,137 $233
825 Egret Cir, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $265K 41 1 1 724 $366
7380 Oriole Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $270K 151 2 2 1,500 $180
6586 Southurst Ter, Delray Beach, FL 33446 $270K 3 2 2 1,103 $245
14623 Bonaire Blvd # 205, Delray Beach FL 33446 $289K 267 1 2 925 $312
1100 Mahogany Way # 203, Delray Beach FL 33445 $299K 88 2 2 1,167 $256
7260 Kinghurst Dr # 805, Delray Beach FL 33446 $300K 14 2 2 1,230 $244
119 4th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $300K 101 3 1 1,205 $249
13435 Via Vesta # A, Delray Beach FL 33484 $315K 98 2 2 1,066 $295
1385 CRYSTAL WAY, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $315K 7 2 2 0 $0
1780 Palm Cove Blvd # 207, Delray Beach FL 33445 $320K 33 3 2 1,085 $295
2829 Duke Ln, Delray Beach FL 33445 $325K 12 4 2 1,600 $203
13505 Fishtail Palm Ct, Delray Beach, FL 33484 $326K 19 2 2 1,226 $266
4967 6th Ct, Delray Beach, FL 33445 $335K 18 3 2 1,428 $235
755 Dotterel Rd, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $339K 44 2 2 1,175 $289
755 DOTTEREL RD, Delray Beach, FL 33444 $345K 84 2 2 1,175 $294
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Delray Beach Real Estate Market Trends

Average List Price
The average list price of homes in Delray Beach, was $867,103 in October 2022, compared to $654,789 in October 2021.

Location

View Offers
153
for sale
64
for rent
2,902
sold
Price Range
$113K - $25M
Avg. SQFT Price
$356
SF Range
630 - 11,506 SF
Beds
1 - 7
Avg. Dom
121 day(s)
Year Built
1930 - 2023