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Found 8 blog entries tagged as "beach".

Osceola Park

The recent quarantine has many people asking for bigger yards that are a quarter acre or larger. There is a limited amount of properties in Delray Beach with yards this big, as land values have appreciated substantially in the last 10 years. Most newer build communities have smaller lots- many even zero lot line- even with price points in the million-dollar range. 

Real estate buyers and investors are speculating the future values and buying lots in East Delray with homes built in the 1950s and 60s. Ultimately these homes are torn down to build new structures, although some owners keep the existing structure and rent them out to gain income while land values appreciate. 

Here are some of the East Delray neighborhoods with no homeowner’s

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Private pool

Since we began staying home due to the pandemic, people everywhere have been rethinking their living situation.  Some are improving their homes, while others are thinking about moving. A majority of the calls we’ve received lately are from people interested in buying a new home, and after speaking with them I’ve noticed some trends. Here is what is in demand right now:

Pool homes near the beach
Online searches for homes with pools have skyrocketed, and it’s the #1 thing that prospective home buyers are asking us for these days as well. There is a limited supply of non-mandatory equity membership (country club) pool homes with reasonably priced HOA fees and amenities.

  • A move-in ready pool home in an all-ages community with no HOA, less than 5
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Hobby - a pursuit outside one's regular occupation engaged in especially for relaxation.  

“Hobby.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster. Accessed 29 Apr. 2020.

watercolor and colored pencisl

Do you find yourself watching movies or binge watching TV shows all the time because of the Covid-19 stay-at-home order?  In Florida, the stay-at-home order is set to expire Thursday, April 30th.  Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties are re-opening recreational facilities Wednesday, April 29th, with limitations.  The Governor will soon announce plans for reopening non-essential businesses but I think it's safe to say that the plan will not include theaters, stadiums, fully operational restaurants, and the like on the first go around.  I'm sure many people will continue

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No HOA

It seems like most of the homes in South Florida are in HOA communities, even so, there are still many people that seek out a new home that is not. The reasons that people want homes in non-HOA communities are many. What is your reason?  Perhaps you want your own personal gym or a pool right outside your back door.  Maybe you only spend three months out of the year at your South Florida Home.  Other people prefer their amenities being outside of the community they live in.  Still others, just don't use the amenities.  Whatever your reason - East Delray Beach provides options.  Here are some neighborhoods in East Delray Beach with no HOAs.   

Lake Ida is a neighborhood with personality.  The neighborhood is an established 20+ block area north of

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Please Support Local Businesses

We’ve been sheltering-in-place for several weeks now, and it’s important to remind ourselves of all the positives. We have more time to spend with our families, we’re able to connect virtually with friends, colleagues, and distant relatives, and we can support local businesses that need us now more than ever. With that said, how many times have you asked, “What should we eat for dinner?”

Below are a few of my favorite restaurants to order from that are still open for take-out and delivery.

FlyBird in Delray Beach serves up delicious natural chargrilled chicken along with salads, sandwiches, comfort foods and homemade desserts. I recommend the Chicken Greek Salad, the Chicken Pot Pie (they often sell out so order it

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Waterfront Communities 

Have you always dreamed of living on the water?  There are a lot of things to consider that you may not have thought of.  For instance, do you want to live on the intracoastal or a lake?  Is a gated community a must-have? Do you prefer a townhome, single family home, estate home or knock down so you can build your dream home? Waterfront communities in the Delray Beach area come in all shapes and sizes and each community offers a plethora of charm and amenities in their own unique way.  Here is a quick synopsis of the best waterfront communities in the Delray Beach area.   

Captains Walk

Tropic Isle is a luxurious community in Delray Beach that features custom built estates, single family homes, townhomes and condos.   Tropic Isle is

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High-rise-building

Photo by Juhasz Imre

Perhaps you've always wanted to live in a high rise condo on the beach or intra-coastal so you can enjoy million-dollar panoramic views. With all the new construction in Delray Beach, you might have heard that the maximum overall building height is 38 feet not exceeding three stories within the Atlantic Ave area. Outside of the Atlantic Ave limited height area, the maximum overall building height is 54 feet not exceeding four stories. The maximum overall building height is defined in the Delray Beach Land Development Regulations section 4.4.13. If you're in the market for a condo with a scenic view, don't fret. There are high rise condo buildings in Delray Beach that are grandfathered under previous building regulations.

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alfresco dining

Spring is here and the weather is absolutely gorgeous in the Sunshine State during this time of the year.  If you're itching to feel the sand between your toes or take a dip in the ocean, now is the perfect time to get yourself outside and enjoy our little slice of paradise before the temperatures soar.  What better way to relax and bask in the sunshine than having lunch alfresco by the sea or a peaceful dinner while the sun sets.  South Florida has an abundance of waterfront restaurants  - they're everywhere you look, however, oceanfront restaurants are a little harder to locate.  If you want to dine oceanfront in Palm Beach county, you have to do a little more digging to find the perfect restaurant that will satisfy your craving.  Whether you are a

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