As 327 Royal Palm rises in Boca Raton, the Group P6 luxury boutique development has released new renderings, highlighting the interiors of Villa 101, a 3,289-square-foot residence asking $1.999 million that features its own pool and spa.
A standout residence at 1000 Ocean in Boca Raton with superb ocean views listed for $6.875 million.The open and bright furnished unit offers 4,702 square feet of interior space and two terraces totaling over 1,300 square feet.
Here’s a incomparable waterfront estate in Boca Raton with waterfall grotto jacuzzi in the backyard asking just under $6.5 million. The 7,995-square-foot home sits on a corner lot and was built in 2004
This may be a first. A 11,500-square-foot mansion in Boca Raton that listed today for $12.9 million has one of the coolest features we’ve come across in South Florida: a legitimate waterfall with a 30-foot drop in the backyard
The nine-acre Le Lac Estate—the largest property for sale in Boca Raton—was recently reduced to $13.5 million. This means it’s no longer the most expensive residence in Boca, merely the second priciest.
Here’s a spectacular 4,424-square-foot condo at Luxuria in Boca Raton with four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms that just hit the market asking $6.45 million. The corner unit features an unbelievable wraparound terrace.
It’s on a lot measuring over 6.5 acres with over 11,000 square feet of living area, including eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and that epic backyard, which features the slide, lazy river, and underwater pool window.
Here’s a remodeled waterfront residence in Boca Raton that just listed for $4.295 million with a heavy dose of wildlife art, including a large alligator and crab defending the pool, leopard print in the master bedroom, and more.
Here’s a renovated Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired mid-century modern residence in Boca Raton listed at $1 under $1.3 million after a $50,001 price chop a week ago. Located in the Old Floresta neighborhood, the 2,945-square-foot home has four bedrooms.
Miami and Miami Beach both ranked in the bottom seven among WalletHub’s 2016’s Best and Worst Cities for First-Time Buyers, ranking 294th and 299th, respectively. The study analyzed 300 cities of varying sizes across 19 key metrics.
Here's a 3,145-square-foot home in Boca Raton with an unassuming exterior and some colorful furnishings asking $2.295 million, down from the $2.495 million it listed for upon hitting the market in February.
In what has to be among the coolest lake houses we've ever seen, this eight-bedroom, 10-bathroom mansion in Boca Raton has an "Atlantis Style" water park, per the listing, featuring a lazy river, elaborate water slide, and underwater pool window.