Delray Beach Real Estate

Delray Beach, a quaint seaside town with a bent for the arts and literature, is located in the southeast section of Palm Beach County. The city proudly celebrates its pedestrian-friendly environment, thriving downtown, beautiful beaches, favorable fishing holes, and modern recreational facilities for residents and visitors to enjoy.

In fact, Delray Beach has been awarded the title “All American City” and its immaculate beaches have received numerous accolades as well, including the Council of Clean Beaches “Blue Wave” award and the Travel Channel’s ranking as one of Florida’s top ten beaches. Characterized by its brick-paved roads and walkways, breathtaking beaches and ample cultural opportunities, Delray Beach presents the perfect balance of a relaxed atmosphere and an outdoor-centric lifestyle.

Real estate in Delray Beach is comprised of historic homes, art-deco style cottages, beachfront estates, golf course villas and townhomes, waterview condos, and both multi-family and single family homes. Home prices range from $150,000 for a 1,000 sqft two-bedroom townhouse to more than $17 million for a magnificent mansion with views of the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. New construction is constantly in progress in the area, with open houses popping up nearly every weekend. Read More

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Because the Gulf Stream flows very close to the coastline, anglers are able to catch a wide variety of fish without having to navigate far offshore. For this reason, many of the homes along the Intracoastal Waterway and deep water canals in neighborhoods such as Delray Harbor Club, Yacht Club Condos, and Del Harbour, boast private docks and boat slips that can accommodate large fishing vessels. Golf aficionados favor country club communities like Addison Reserve, Delaire Country Club, Mizner, St. Andrews Fairways, Polo Trace, and Seagate Country Club, which boast championship golf courses, grand clubhouses, tennis facilities, exercise rooms, playgrounds, walking trails, and more. With neighboring beaches such as Boynton Beach, Deerfield Beach, Pompano Beach, and more, Delray beach boasts a prime location for FL real estate.

Hailing from humble roots, Delray Beach exchanged its pioneer prowess for a trendy tunic and evolved into a beach resort during the 1920s Florida real estate boom. During this time, Spanish-style estates and homes were rapidly constructed, giving Delray with an eclectic mix of mid-century Old Florida and Mediterranean-inspired architecture. The real estate boom also shaped Delray’s creative culture, gifting the area with famed writers, illustrators, and cartoonists such as Edna St. Vincent Millay, Charles Williams, Herb Roth, H.T. Webster, and Fontaine Fox to name just a few. These artists---along with celebrities, sports figures, and politicians---gathered at the Arcade Tap Room on East Atlantic Avenue, a secret speakeasy during the Prohibition that still serves patrons lively libations. Through The Depression and World War II, Delray Beach real estate continued to progress at a steady pace. Condominium complexes and hotels are prevalent in the downtown district; however, for the most part, Delray Beach as maintained a relatively low cityscape, which further adds to its charm. Specific regions where Delray Beach homes for sale are most popular include Pembridge, High Point, Kings Point Monaco, Huntington Pointe, and Sabal Palm, all within relatively close proximity on a map but with their own unique features. Take a drive along N Ocean Blvd or Spanish Wells Dr to see some of the multi-million dollar homes along the water.

Apart from basking in the sun at the beach, surfing the soft waves, and fishing for sport, residents of Delray Beach frequent parks such as Pompey Park, Miller Park, Veteran’s Park, Lake Worth, and Richwagen’s Cycle Center for recreational activities, athletic events, and nature trails. Locals and visitors enjoy spending the afternoon strolling down Atlantic Avenue shopping at the speciality boutiques, and dining at acclaimed restaurants such as Cut 432, Dada, or Caffe Luna Rosa. With more than 80 restaurants sprinkled throughout the small city, foodies are certain to find something to suit their palate. Other popular attractions include the Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture at Old School Square, and the Sandoway House and Nature Center. In addition, annual events such as the Delray Affair and Garlic Fest always entertain with local artisans, musicians, chefs, and talents. Within driving distance from Boca Raton, Miami, and Fort Lauderdale, the beach is a popular attraction for visitors and home buyers alike.

With so many entertainment venues and cultural attractions, Delray Beach real estate beautifully blends its historic landmarks, skillful artistry, and unpretentious personality to create an idyllic paradise for those fortunate enough to call it home. New listings in the area are sold quickly, so get in touch with one of our realtors at NV Realty today for the most up-to-date listing information in the area.

 

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