Boynton Beach

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Welcome to Boynton Beach

Experience the best of South Florida living, when you make Boynton Beach your new home.  The area is rich with opportunity for new homebuyers, with a number of Boynton Beach, Florida homes for sale along the Intracoastal, as well as resort-style golfing communities and intimate neighborhoods rich in the character of “old Florida” design.  Boynton Beach, also known as the third largest city of Palm Beach County, is a place you do not want to overlook when searching for a new home.  Once regarded as a community of mostly retirees, the area of Boynton Beach is now growing at a substantial rate, helping to attract younger families to the region with a variety of single-family homes, condominiums and town homes for sale.  The city of Boynton Beach now boasts more than 66,000 residents.


The city of Boynton Beach is located north of Delray Beach and Boca Raton, and south of Lake Worth and Palm Beach, in Palm Beach County, Florida.  The area is across the Intracoastal from Ocean Ridge and Briny Breezes.  The city is in between Palm Beach International Airport, and Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport.  Boynton Beach also provides easy access for drivers, with three major exits from I-95.  A commuter rail stop is also planned for downtown Boynton Beach to make travel and commutes even easier.


One of the largest developments in Boynton Beach is the Renaissance Commons.  The area not only includes retails stores and offices, but also features apartments, townhomes and condominiums.  The area is helping to attract young professionals to Boynton Beach.  There are also several family-friendly communities in Boynton Beach to choose from.  Canyon Isles is a gated community offering a resort-style swimming pool, Har-Tru tennis courts, numerous playgrounds and basketball courts.  Cascade Lakes, meanwhile offers a huge clubhouse with a ballroom and theatre for residents to enjoy.  The Indian Wells community offers homes reasonably priced, starting in the mid $100,000s with low Homeowner’s Association fees.  Not to be outdone, the area also features a number of country-club communities.  Aberdeen is an 18-hole golf course, with more than two-dozen subdivisions within.  Expect to find single-family homes, villas and condominiums.  Pine Tree Golf Club offers the choice of membership to homeowners, while still operating within 24-hour gated security.  Hunters Run features a championship golf course, with mandatory country club membership.  As for older, active adults, there are a number of neighborhoods to choose from, as well.  The Club features a top-notch tennis program, as well as several clubs and other entertainment options.  Palm Chase Lakes is within minutes of shopping and restaurants, featuring semi-attached villas and condominiums.  There are also several versions of the Valencia 55+ communities, with single-family homes on estate-sized lots.  Overall, the quantity of Boynton Beach, Florida homes for sale provides an affordable option for Palm Beach County, Florida homebuyers.  Residential properties within Boynton Beach average at $111 per square foot.  The median sale price of homes is around $175,000.

Things to Do

While searching for a new home, you are likely also searching for a community and lifestyle you can enjoy for years, and possibly decades, to come.  The downtown area of Boynton Beach is in the middle of a major redevelopment.  Part of that includes a new marina.  Launch your own boat from Boat Ramp Park, or employ a charter from Sea Mist Marina.  There are also numerous options for entertainment that already exist within the community.  Lofthus Underwater Archaeological Preserve is a prime spot for diving.  Just north of the Boynton Inlet, the area features a wrecked vessel from the late 1800s with plenty of exploring still left for the adventurous.  Other options include the Schoolhouse Children’s Museum.  The destination is a good place for children to experience hands-on learning, while uncovering the rich history of the region.  Adults have the opportunity to delve into the history of Boynton Beach and Palm Beach County, by visiting the Andrews Home.  It is the oldest restored home in Boynton Beach.  Outdoor adventures also include the Intracoastal Park.  The relatively new area features a launch pad for boaters into the Boynton Inlet, as well as a splash-playground for children, picnic areas and a Veteran’s Memorial.  There are roughly three-dozen public parks in the Boynton Beach area, as well as two nature centers.


Shoppers in Boynton Beach have the Boynton Beach Mall, at the center of Congress Avenue’s retail growth.  The shopping mall features nationally known anchor stores as well as more than 140 other specialty retail stores and restaurants.  If you area looking for a neighborhood shopping experience, head to Canyon Town Center.  The venue in western Boynton Beach offers an Amphitheater with live music, plus a number of restaurants, retailers, medical facilities and a grocery store, as well as additional lifestyle options.  When it comes to dining locations, there are several choices out there, with nearly every taste and budget in mind.  From fresh seafood to casual pubs and local favorites, you are sure to find what you area searching for in the Boynton Beach area.

Local Economy

Much of the local economy of Boynton Beach ties back to the tourism industry of Palm Beach County.  The public school district, the School District of Palm Beach County, is also a major employer for the region.  In addition, it is also one of the largest public school districts in the entire nation.  It covers all of Palm Beach County, including Boynton Beach and its many diverse neighborhoods.

Ready to Buy?

Boynton Beach is a fantastic location to buy a new home, and we can help you throughout the process, from the very beginning, until you step inside your new front door.  My Area Realty is your realtor when it comes to Boynton Beach, Florida homes for sale.  Come see what the area of Boynton Beach has to offer in terms of single-family homes, condominiums and town homes.  You will not be disappointed when you make this area of Palm Beach County, Florida the location of your next home. 


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