Located between Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach is the “Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous” city of Boca Raton, Florida. In addition to being a playground for the ultra- wealthy, it also offers beaches, boating, shopping, dining and great education, including state and private universities for everyone. To the west of the City of Boca Raton is unincorporated Boca Raton, where the pace is a little slower and the feel turns to a more family-oriented vibe. Here, at the western end of Glades Road and Palmetto Park Road is the picturesque community of Boca Falls.
GUARD GATED COMMUNITY
Boca Falls is a guard gated community of 722 single-family homes organized into ten neighborhoods, each with a slightly different feel, but connected by the Mediterranean-inspired architecture and tropical plantings. The homes in Boca Falls range in size from 1,800 to 4,400 square feet, have from four to seven bedrooms and have high ceilings, open floor plans, two or three car garages, and many have private pools. Waterways weave throughout the Boca Falls community and many homes have wonderful views of the waterways and plush tropical plantings.
Boca Falls offers many amenities to its residents. All residents of Boca Falls have access and use of a spacious elegant clubhouse, a newly renovated state-of-the-art fitness center, a heated Olympic-size swimming pool, a kiddie pool and playground, six tennis courts, and a basketball court. The reasonable HOA fees include, among other things, internet and basic cable with HBO. And for those families with school-age children, right outside the gates of Boca Falls you will find top rated public schools (Waters Edge Elementary, Loggers Run Middle School, and West Boca High School).
Just outside the gates of Boca Falls is the Burt Aronson South County Regional Park, which boast of the Osprey Point Golf Course, the Sunset Cove Amphitheater (where you can see concerts, including some well-known acts), a dog park, a kiddie playground, Coconut Cove Water Park, Daggerwing Nature Center, baseball and softball fields, basketball, volleyball and racquetball/handball courts, a tennis complex, picnic pavilions, boat launch ramps, fishing and walking and bicycling paths. Other area amenities include shopping and dining in Loggers Run and Mission Bay.