Boynton Beach

Boynton Beach

BOYNTON BEACH

Boynton Beach is a seaside community of around 68,000 residents in Palm Beach County, on the southeast coast of Florida. The city is best known for the beautiful stretch of white sand at Oceanfront Park, its relaxed lifestyle and as home to the Green Cay Nature Center and Wetlands.

Boynton Beach real estate has seen a steady growth over the last decade. 

Shopping and Dining

As with most cities in southeast Florida, there are plenty of places to shop in Boynton Beach. The city is home to the newly completed Renaissance Commons that offers an eclectic dining and shopping experience.

In Boynton Beach, locals enjoy Hurricane Alley and the Banana Boat for fresh seafood in a casual setting, Josie's Ristorante for Italian cuisine and the Living Room for burgers and beer.

 

Parks and Recreation

One of the best things about owning Boynton Beach real estate is the town's close proximity to a large number of parks and green spaces. Of course, the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway are just a short drive (or walk) away. Boynton Beach has 30 city parks and green spaces, including five with beach access.

Specifically, residents will find themselves regularly visiting the Boynton Beach Inlet, where one can view some of the most beautiful coral and artificial reefs in the area. Not to mention the Oceanfront Park, which has rightfully earned a reputation as being one of the most attractive beaches in all of South Florida. While these areas provide plenty of fun for visitors of all ages, those with kids will also want to check out the Boynton Harbor Marina, which offers up water activities for children of all ages.

 

Living

Boynton Beach has a range of housing options, from high-rise condos along the Atlantic coast to semi-detached condos along area golf courses to traditional Florida-style bungalows to large, luxury estates. There's really something for every taste and budget in this area.

The median home value in Boynton Beach is $191,000. Given the wide variety of housing in these areas, these numbers can be deceiving. There are many properties available at prices less than these figures as well as multi-million-dollar estates.

New Construction

Boynton Beach real estate should be especially attractive to buyers due to the huge influx of new construction that has occurred over the last few years. Buyers will find that they have several  real estate options to choose from, including both newly constructed as well as under construction single-family homes, condos and townhouses. Recently established communities like Canyon Trails and Greystone can be found throughout Boynton Beach. There are also new communities where one can invest in pre-construction homes. as well, such as the 45 exclusive homes in Aspen Glen development in Boynton Beach and the new, coming soon the 288 luxury single family home neighborhood, Palm Meadows.

Looking for an active adult lifestyle? There are several to choose from in Boynton Beach. The newest is Valencia Cove.

 

Schools, Health, and Transportation

Children growing up in Boynton Beach attend the schools of the Palm Beach County School District. The District, which serves all of Palm Beach County, has an enrollment of around 183,000 students. It is the fifth largest district in Florida and maintains 17 schools in Boynton Beach. There are also a number of private schools in the area including St Joseph’s Episcopal School, Lake Worth Christian School,

For post-secondary education, Palm Beach State College, Florida's oldest community college, is located in nearby Lake Worth. Florida Atlantic University and Lynn University are a short drive south in Boca Raton.

Boynton Beach residents have access to quality health care. Boynton Beach is home to Bethesda Hospital, a system with two acute care facilities offering nearly 500 beds, a 24-hour emergency room, a rehabilitation center, a new cardiac care center and a women's and children's health center.

It isn't difficult to get around Boynton Beach.  Both cities are located right on I-95, which connect them to cities all along the east coast of Florida. PalmTran offers regular bus service within the city and to other points in Palm Beach County.

For trips further afield, the two cities are located just a half hour away from Palm Beach International Airport and 45 minutes away from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. For overseas flights and a more extensive selection of non-stop flights, Miami International Airport is just a little over an hour's drive away. Cruising enthusiasts will enjoy being just a short drive away from two of the world's leading cruise ports--the Port of Miami and Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.

 

If you are thinking about buying or selling a home, give us a call at 561-441-5346 or send us an email to explore your options and to find out when is the best time for you to make a move.