What is your View
Many parts of the country are looking out and seeing snow, ice, and frigid temperatures that make going out on the patio or deck for some sunshine a bit implausible.
The temperature in the South Florida Real Estate area averaged about 80 degrees today, and it seems that the snowbirds have migrated back down here as the eastern part of the county gets traffic and restaurants begin filling up and limiting special deals. Florida is adding more than 1,000 people a day, according to U.S. Census Bureau with an estimated 20,271,272 residents.
This has led me to Change my personal View from an Oceanfront Condo in a densely populated area of Fort Lauderdale to the protected Agricultural Reserve of Palm Beach County. The Agricultural Reserve is bounded by Florida’s Turnpike to the east and the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge to the west. Its northern border is unincorporated area west of Lake Worth, and its southern border is unincorporated area west of Boca Raton. The current zoning in the Reserve requires builders to leave 60 acres untouched for every 40 acres they develop.
This area is one of the remaining sweet spots of Palm Beach county and although the zoning changes keep coming I fully expect this area to remain more tranquil than many other areas in the South Florida Real Estate marketplace. It is a place where my morning coffee on the patio may be interrupted by a visit from a large bird taking a brief stop in my yard.
Several communites have homes for sale in this region and I have posted availability in both family and 55+ communities in the Delray Beach and Boynton Beach sections of the Agricultural Reserve.
Please contact us if you would like to see one of these or visit www.southfloridaforme.com to search all homes for sale in South Florida.