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Homes for Sale in Davie

City Living with a Country Touch Davie is nestled within the heart of Broward County, adjacent to the Everglades and southwest of Fort Lauderdale. Davie is unique from all other municipalities in Broward County because it is surrounded by green open spaces, numerous parks, and over 165 miles of trail systems that are ideal for avid equestrians, as well as outdoor enthusiasts. Described as a “large medium-sized town” Davie supports a population of 98,895 people and 16 constituent neighborhoods. Once known as a” western style “community, Davie maintains the enthusiastic spirit of its horse-owning population and prides itself as a rural/horse community. You might be surprised to learn that current zoning laws allow riding on the sides of roads and horse paths. However, if bright lights and city fun is more your style Davie is a short commute to celebrity restaurants, unique shops, and a multitude of entertainment venues, offering excellent amenities to residents and visitors. Football Fans Love Davie! Davie is the home of the Miami Dolphins who practice daily at Nova Southeastern University. Davie is ideally located near the Turnpike, I-595, I-75, and is within a few minute’s travel to the Ft. Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. Academic Center The Town of Davie is also the nexus of higher education in South Florida where several nationally known colleges, technical institutes, and universities make up the South Florida Educational Center. Broward Community College is also located in Davie as well as a strong offering of private and public schools for K-12 families. Davie should be at the top of your list when looking for a family-oriented community with a rural atmosphere, diverse setting, the amenities of living in a big city, and a sprawling educational complex that fosters an environment that separates Davie from all other municipalities in Broward County. Welcome to Davie!

Homes for Sale in Fort Lauderdale

Encompassing more than 33 square miles with a population of 176,000, Fort Lauderdale is the largest of Broward County’s 31 municipalities and the eighth-largest city in Florida. Embraced by the Atlantic Ocean, New River, and a myriad of scenic inland waterways, Fort Lauderdale truly lives up to its designation as the Venice of America. It offers the best of both worlds – an attractive business environment and an outstanding quality of life. Fort Lauderdale is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. An advantageous economic climate is helping the City of Fort Lauderdale establish itself as a world-class international business center and one of the most desirable locations for new, expanding, or relocating businesses. Once known strictly as a tourism-based economy, Fort Lauderdale now supports a diverse range of industries, including marine, manufacturing, finance, insurance, real estate, high technology, avionics/aerospace, film, and television production. Fort Lauderdale also offers an outstanding quality of life, highlighted by a semi-tropical climate, rich natural beauty, and an array of cultural, entertainment, and educational amenities. Blessed with over 3,000 hours of sunshine each year and pleasant year-round ocean breezes, world-famous Fort Lauderdale Beach offers premier opportunities for recreation, relaxation, and enjoyment. The picturesque Riverwalk serves as the cornerstone of the City’s arts, science, a cultural and historic district which features the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Discovery and Science, Museum of Art and Old Fort Lauderdale Village and Museum. Las Olas Boulevard has gained international acclaim as Fort Lauderdale’s centerpiece of fashion, fine dining, and entertainment.

Plantation Palms

This unique neighborhood consists of 61 single family homes, many of which were custom designed and built between 1991 and 1995. Square footage under air ranges from 3,000 to 4,500 sq. ft. and the neighborhood is a mix of traditional and contemporary one and two story homes, almost all with water views of the large lake in the center of the development. Most homes have a 3 car garage and a pool. Plantation Palms is unique in that it feels like a community within a community and its residents are tight knit. Residents enjoy having the security of living in a guard gated community with only one entrance and exit. The neighborhood is unique to the rest of Plantation and has visually appealing common grounds, as well as extra wide sidewalks and tall street lights. Most of the streets experience relatively low through traffic so people are often seen walking with friends or pets the neighborhood was well thought out with ample open space, walking trails and no through traffic thanks to a gated entrance. American Heritage School is nearby for those wishing to send their children to a private school. It is a co-educational day school for grades Pre-K through 12 with approximately 2,400 students. It is a nationally recognized college preparatory school rated the #1 private school in the nation for National Merit Scholars and ranked #1 in the nation in math six consecutive years. There are over 60 student clubs and organizations, as well as multiple service opportunities on and off campus. The library is a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art structure housing 9 interactive classrooms, 300 computers, and 60,000 volumes of books and reference materials. Other highlights of the campus include two multimedia production studios, three science labs, a 12,000 sq. ft. gymnasium, five athletic fields, and a 2000 sq. ft. weightlifting and conditioning center. American Heritage offers financial aid, scholarships, and faculty tuition benefits to approximately 21% of the student body for tuition expenses. There are multiple great parks in close proximity to the development including Jacaranda’s Central Park, Sunset Park, Deicke Park, and Volunteer Park. Enjoy great local shopping at the Nob Hill Pavilion, Vizcaya Square and the Plantation Promenade, as well as at the large outlet mall at Sawgrass Mills with nearly 2.5M sw. ft. in retail space and over 300 retailers.

Plantation Acres

Located in the west Broward County Plantation Acres is a well-established equestrian neighborhood and is the largest single family home community within the City of Plantation with approximately 1,557 homes on 2048 acres. It is located within 3 miles of I-595 and I-75 making it highly accessible to Fort Lauderdale and Miami. Most of Plantation Acres is comprised of one-acre or larger single family estates, and also includes some one-half acre and one-third acre developments, multi-family developments, schools, churches, and many wonderful parks. Home age ranges from the late 1960s to brand new construction. There are many mid-range homes, as well as custom homes and mansions with square footage from 2,000 to 9,000 sq. ft.! Within the community are multiple horse stables, ranches, and farms. Residents can enjoy great shopping at the Sawgrass Mills Mall. The mall is the 8th largest mall in the United States and the 2nd largest in Florida with nearly 2.5M sq. ft. of retail space and over 300 retail outlets. It contains a Regal Cinemas movie complex with 24 theaters and multiple restaurants. Neighborhood amenities include multiple parks including Camp Everglades at Volunteer Park. It consists of a one-acre play area at the park that provides a unique environment and educational opportunity for children. The Everglades-themed park features such playground equipment as an Everglades village, a fishing camp with tree huts, and more. Within the park, visitors will enjoy quiet, peaceful nature trails, wetlands designed to support local wildlife, educational playgrounds, auditory sculptures that react to wind and rain, and a beautiful meeting facility able to accommodate gatherings from 10-250. Plantation also hosts a Farmers Market featuring fresh, certified organic and non-organic produce, locally produced honey, homemade hummus, plants and orchids, fresh cut flowers, breads and Danishes, olive oils, cheeses, dips, spreads and more. It is located at Volunteer Park and runs year round. American Heritage School is nearby for those wishing to send their children to a private school. It is a co-educational day school for grades Pre-K through 12 with approximately 2,400 students. It is a nationally recognized college preparatory school rated the #1 private school in the nation for National Merit Scholars and ranked #1 in the nation in math six consecutive years. There are over 60 student clubs and organizations, as well as multiple service opportunities on and off campus. The library is a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art structure housing 9 interactive classrooms, 300 computers, and 60,000 volumes of books and reference materials. Other highlights of the campus include two multimedia production studios, three science labs, a 12,000 sq. ft. gymnasium, five athletic fields, and a 2000 sq. ft. weightlifting and conditioning center. American Heritage offers financial aid, scholarships, and faculty tuition benefits to approximately 21% of the student body for tuition expenses. The City of Plantation has supported its equestrian community for years, and in the past helped provide a place that allowed residents to enjoy that lifestyle. The equestrian center is set within a picturesque, sub-tropical setting, developed with the safety, security, and enjoyment of you and your horse in mind. The Plantation Equestrian Center is set amidst 85 acres of beautifully landscaped boardwalks, bridle paths, and recreational areas and features: Two stables that house 96 stalls, each with its own wash rack One lighted main ring and two addition show rings Two practice rings (one lighted) Turn-out paddock areas An ancillary building, which includes a concession area, restrooms, an announcer booth with PA system and office space Bleachers to accommodate approximately 300 spectators Ample parking for events and shows On-site management Easy access; conveniently located on West Sunrise Boulevard, near I-75 and I-595 The Plantation Equestrian Center respects the City’s long history with the equestrian community and encourages the relationship between a horse and its rider by providing an opportunity for them to connect with our unique South Florida landscape. Plantation Acres is for those who desire a taste of country living within the big city with less restrictions from Homeowner Associations.

Hawks Landing

Hawks Landing, developed and built by Robinette Homes, was the last new luxury community built in Plantation. Considered one of South Florida’s most prestigious communities, Hawks Landing features an array of upscale amenities, a one of a kind world-class resort, and an impressive collection of distinctive homes. Hawks Landing offers new custom homes from $1.8M and resale homes ready for immediate occupancy, priced from the high $800,000’s to over $3M. To live the Hawks Landing lifestyle is to embrace the spirit of living a dream! You can call it home too. The elegant residences at Hawks Landing rest on a verdant landscape of tropical foliage and dazzling waterways. The home interiors feature architectural elements like European kitchen cabinetry, granite countertops, marble flooring, top-of-the-line appliances, crown molding, and much more. The development of 540 homes is secured by a 24-hour staffed gatehouse and roving patrol, ensuring residents’ privacy at all times. At the heart of the unparalleled Hawks Landing lifestyle is the luxurious $15M Hawks Landing Club highlighted by the 15,000 sq. ft. Mediterranean-style clubhouse. The Hawks Landing Club is an extraordinary oasis where residents gather to socialize, play, and exercise. With seven immaculate Har-Tru lighted tennis courts, championship tennis abounds. Residents and their guests enjoy private lessons, clinics, member tournaments, and exhibition tournaments year-round. Another stunning feature of The Club is the impressive pool and patio area. The tranquil setting of the full-service spa melts away the stress and re-energizes the residents. At the same time, the state-of-the-art fitness center offers personal training, fitness classes, and a host of other activities designed to make a healthy lifestyle fun and easy. The Hawks Landing social calendar is filled with entertaining and educational events for residents of all ages, including wine tastings, a book club, casino nights, and more. Children enjoy The Club with ongoing activities designed especially for kids, including pizza parties, movie nights, kids’ yoga, etc. There is also a children’s tennis program as well as a beautiful playground. Residents take great pleasure in celebrating life’s most important events at The Club, including weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays. It’s the ultimate meeting place and playground for those who endeavor to live life to its fullest…all enjoyed in a private, relaxing, and friendly environment that is as soul-soothing as it is beautiful. The beauty of Hawks Landing is that it’s a community within a community. American Heritage School is nearby for those wishing to send their children to a private school. It is a co-educational day school for grades Pre-K through 12 with approximately 2,400 students. It is a nationally recognized college preparatory school rated the #1 private school in the nation for National Merit Scholars and ranked #1 in the nation in math for six consecutive years. There are over 60 student clubs and organizations, as well as multiple service opportunities on and off-campus. The library is a 10,000 square foot state-of-the-art structure housing 9 interactive classrooms, 300 computers, and 60,000 volumes of books and reference materials. Other highlights of the campus include two multimedia production studios, three science labs, a 12,000 sq. ft. gymnasium, five athletic fields, and a 2000 sq. ft. weightlifting and conditioning center. American Heritage offers financial aid, scholarships, and faculty tuition benefits to approximately 21% of the student body for tuition expenses. Enjoy great local shopping at the Nob Hill Pavilion, Vizcaya Square, and the Plantation Promenade, as well as at the large outlet mall at Sawgrass Mills with nearly 2.5M sq. ft. in retail space, 300 retailers, a 24-theater movie complex, and multiple restaurants.

Fountain Spring

Located in Plantation, Florida, this neighborhood consists of 628 single family homes that were built between 1989 and 1995. There are 4 different phases, each with different sizes, floor plans, and price point. Most homes range from 1,500-2,800 sq. ft. under air with one and two-car garages. One of the things that makes this community so sought after is the seven lakes and multiple canals throughout the community. There is a large aquatic center with resort-style heated swimming pools, a kiddie pool and a huge spa all on a fantastic large sundeck overlooking the water. There is also a wonderful picnic pavilion and a spacious clubhouse with kitchen facilities that may be used for social events and parties. Residents also enjoy the neighborhood’s own Deicke Park which has a half-mile jogging trail with exercise equipment designed for joint use by the general public and the physically challenged. Park amenities also include two hard court tennis courts, sand volleyball, a basketball court, picnic tables, and open play areas. A huge playground provides fun for toddlers and older children. The park also has a pavilion that may be rented for parties, picnics and family gatherings. Other parks nearby include Sunset Park and Central Park. Enjoy great local shopping at the Nob Hill Pavilion, Vizcaya Square and the Plantation Promenade, as well as at the large outlet mall at Sawgrass Mills with nearly 2.5M sq. ft. in retail space, 300 retailers, a 24-theater movie complex and multiple restaurants.

Homes for Sale in Hollywood

The City of Hollywood is a beachfront community located in southeastern Broward County midway between Miami and Fort Lauderdale. Hollywood is approximately 30 square miles in size and is Broward’s third-largest municipality with a population of roughly 143,000 residents. Hollywood has an average annual high temperature of 83 degrees and low temperature of 68 degrees. Hollywood is home to more than 60 parks, seven golf courses, seven miles of pristine beaches, and the one-of-a-kind Hollywood Beach Broadwalk, a promenade that stretches nearly 2.5 miles along the Atlantic Ocean. Named one of America’s Best Beach Boardwalks by Travel + Leisure magazine, this brick-paved thoroughfare hosts pedestrians, joggers, bicyclists, rollerbladers, and millions of others every year. Dozens of eateries and inns line the Broadwalk and the promenade also features the Hollywood Beach Theatre, a children’s water playground at Charnow Park, and many other attractions. Hollywood Beach also offers dozens of luxury hotels and condominiums such as the Diplomat Resort & Spa Hollywood, Trump Hollywood, and Margaritaville Hollywood Beach Resort. Young Circle is another exciting area surrounded by dozens of shops, restaurants, and bars. A Food Truck Takeover occurs every Monday, during which dozens of local food trucks park and create an ever-changing opportunity for hungry masses to experience a variety of cuisines; one can expect to see Cuban, Venezuelan, Mediterranean, Mexican, Jamaican, and/or Peruvian foods in addition to barbecue, burgers, gourmet grilled cheese, and dessert trucks. Historic Downtown Hollywood is a lively commercial, entertainment and cultural arts district. Highlighted by the Artspark at Young Circle and dozens of bars and restaurants, Downtown Hollywood hosts hundreds of concerts, music festivals, dance exhibitions, shows, art exhibits, and much more. You can enjoy a wide variety of music and entertainment from live jazz, blues, rock, Latin, and R&B, all just a few steps apart. Hollywood is home to 32 public and charter elementary, middle, and high schools. Students take advantage of the wide range of award-winning magnet programs including S.T.E.M.; the Cambridge Advanced International Certificate (AICE); Communication and Broadcasting; Military Academy; Health and Wellness; Montessori; and several others. All public schools located within the City of Hollywood are operated by the School Board of Broward County. Hollywood also has 13 private schools and a number of career schools. Nationally renowned higher learning institutions such as Barry University, Nova Southeastern University, and City College have research and educational facilities in Hollywood. Hollywood has steadily grown into a dynamic business hub with more than 10,000 companies in the City. Approximately 80 percent of Port Everglades, the world’s second-busiest cruise port, is located in Hollywood and the port is home to Royal Caribbean’s Allure of the Seas and Oasis of the Seas, the largest cruise liners in the world. Hollywood also provides easy access to Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport, a major gateway to Latin America. Hollywood also is home to the Memorial Healthcare System, the nation’s fifth-largest healthcare network, its flagship hospital, Memorial Regional, and the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, the largest free-standing children’s healthcare facility in Broward County. Hollywood provides a hometown atmosphere with a world class beach in the heart of South Florida.

Homes for Sale in Weston

Weston, FL, is a highly desirable area in West Broward beginning at the intersection of I-75 and I-595. Weston borders the Florida Everglades and the City maintains over 2,200 acres of wetland preserves, supporting a diverse ecological population. It encompasses 25 miles of areas including award-winning golf courses and 46 miles of bike trails. Initially conceived as a master-planned community, Weston was incorporated in 1996. Well managed growth has given rise to one of South Florida’s most desirable communities, both residential and corporate. Weston’s culturally diverse population enjoys a vibrant community, whose lifestyle, appearance, and management style cities around the world wish to emulate. Weston has the distinction of having: A-rated public schools and excellent private schools Outstanding public safety and the lowest crime rate per capita in the County Fourteen meticulously maintained park and recreational facilities which play host to cultural and community events and tens of thousands of registrants in organized sports leagues A Community Center which offers a variety of year-round enrichment classes and programming for all ages and interests, and a family YMCA within the City’s regional park The lowest combined property taxes, municipal taxes, and fees in the County The lowest millage rate in the County The lowest ratio of employees per 1000 population in the County AAA credit ratings Visually distinctive, Weston’s extensive landscaping is without dispute one of the City’s greatest assets: rows of prestigious Royal Palms and city entry signs surrounded by lush foliage which also lines the berms, medians, and rights-of-ways throughout the city. In 2010, Money Magazine ranked Weston 19th in America in the “Biggest Earners” category, with a median family income of $119,689. In 2006, it was ranked as the city with the largest job growth in Florida and the 18th largest in the nation. Business Week ranked Weston as one of the “best affordable suburbs” in the United States in November 2006.