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Wendy, Both Buyer and Seller in Florida

Which community is the nicest, safest, and a young "55" community in Boynton Beach?

Asked by Wendy, Florida Tue Feb 17, 2009

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I work in the Boynton Beach area and sell all the over-55 communities.
Since you are asking about the price range of high100 to low 200, I should start by telling you that the price range will not get you into some of the more active communities like the Valencias where you'll need to at least be in the mid-high 200s.
You could get into these great communities:
Vizcaya in Delray - great newer community West of Jog on Atlantic - there may be 1-2 houses in there in your range.
Tuscany Bay - newer community South of Woolbright on Military - they have great villas
Venetian Isles - North of Gateway on Lyons (have to take BBB to get there) - also great villas and maybe 1-2 houses

All three have armed,manned security gates and have very active clubhouses.

I will be showing Venetian Isles again tomorrow...

David Podgursky
Boca Executive Realty
561-504-6949 c
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Feb 26, 2009
Wow, you have such a broad range to choose from, it is tough to give you a concrete answer. Different communities offer various amenities, your desired "feel" of belonging would be key in determining what you as the beholder think is the nicest and safest. Everything from bustling Leisureville in eastern Boynton to upscale and gated Valencia Shores further west offer extreme variations of great active 55+ communities. Your price range of $100-200K also leaves the door wide open for available homes to look into. The sky is the limit!!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 25, 2009
Most communities will be west of i95; I would stay west is a better area, unless you were looking for waterfront condos; as the majority of the nicer developments are west. There's over 100 homes that match the criteria for price range and 55+ over.

You have several homes, some communities include Aberdeen, Baywinds, Buena Vida, Tuscany Bay in Boynton Beach is another with a few homes- newer community. Baywinds is nice, they've just redone their clubhouse and I have clients who have moved there and are very happy.

Linda Bassitt, P.A.
Lowell International Realty Group
340 Royal Poinciana Way, Suite 314
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Direct Line: 561.313.6961
Web Reference: http://www.LindaBassitt.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 17, 2009
I am looking in the high $100,000, low $200,000. Do not want a condo. Want a 2/2 with a nice screened in patio. Also, is East of 95 better?
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 17, 2009
I've sold to clients in many of the active adult communities in Boynton, Delray & Lake Worth and all of these clients are very happy where they've decided to purchase. In fact, I specialize in the active adult market representing both buyers and sellers. The newer the community you will, of course, see more Baby Boomers. However, there has been much turnover in the older communities with younger people (the Boomer Generation) purchasing resales.

Without knowing your price range, whether a condo or single family home I must hesitate at this time to fully answer your questions as to which one(s) is the nicest.

If you wish, please let me know your parameters as I will be better prepared to advise you.


Broker Associate, GRI
Lang Realty
9858 Clint Moore Road
Boca Raton, FL 33496
0 votes Thank Flag Link Tue Feb 17, 2009
Out of all the 55+ communities in Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, and Wellington my favorites are:

Bellaggio, Villaggio, and Buena Vida.

They have great floor plans, the communities are beautiful, there's resort style clubhouses and lots of amenities.

I have friends at Buena Vida and their home is a 2/2+den but the ceilings are over 12 feet, the kitchen is HUGE with granite, island, all stainless steel appliances. They have all sorts of activities from dance classes, to dinner outings at new restaurants. There is a coffee shop by the pool. I would love to live there, if I was allowed to...

The clubhouse at Bellaggio beats Buena Vida's in appearance. The homes are similar, but I still prefer the Buena Vida floor plans and kitchens- plus in Wellington everything you need is 5 minutes away, from the mall with Nordstroms to a brand new Whole Foods Market.

Want a list of all the homes available? Feel free to contact me by phone or email.
Web Reference: http://www.LindaBassitt.com
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