Boca Country Club Boca Raton

The official name is the Boca Golf and Tennis Club - frequently referred to as Boca Country Club. However, as things stand in 2022 and for the foreseeable future, this community's residents are not living the traditional South Floridian country club (CC) lifestyle. For example, the golf course surrounding the Homes For sale in Boca Country Club (less than two percent of one thousand) is city-owned as a public course. So too are the clubhouse and all the amenities, including the restaurant facilities, meeting rooms, and swimming pool, and tennis courts. As a result, anyone living in the Boca-Delray corridor and visitors from far afield can access the leisure and sports assets on a pay-as-you-go basis (i.e., it’s entirely open to the public.) A membership model exclusive to Boca Country Club homeowners with equity entry and hefty monthly fees (i.e., the norm for CCs like Addison Reserve and Polo Club) is not in the cards.

The scenario described above isn’t a massive departure from the days before the Boca Club and Resort (the previous CC facility owners) donated the course to the city in 2020. Even then, the CC membership for homeowners wasn't mandatory. Of course, some took advantage of the impressive benefits on their doorstep, paying for them as a separate proposition and independent of community homeownership. So, if it isn't a country club from a lifestyle viewpoint, what can interested buyers genuinely expect? There are several appealing features:

Map of Boca Country Club Homes in Boca Raton

Sales History of Boca Country Club homes

On the downside - unfortunately, many residences constructed in the 1980s and 90s lack modern hurricane protection windows and doors. Also, you won't find contemporary architecture (currently taking Boca by storm) in some luxury communities (e.g., Azura, Royal Palm Polo, and Old Floresta). But, then again, the price points in the latter are substantially higher. However, if interested, we know the ins and outs of these developments intimately. Some homeowners have renovated and upgraded but don't expect much. We suggest you do your due diligence before signing on the dotted line.  

Home sizes range from 1300 sq. ft. under air (UA) to 3000 in twelve distinctive villages with quaint names like Antigua Point, Balboa Point, Bermuda Village, St. Tropez, and Candlewood. When overviewing homes for sale in Boca Country Club, you'll note that each has a unique theme. They cover a broad variety of single-family constructions (one and two-story), mid-rise condominium building units with wrap-around balconies, courtyard villas plus guesthouses, coach homes, and semi-detached townhouses.

So, is there sustainable Boca Country Club real estate value versus other options as things stand (August 2022) in a hot Boca Raton real estate market? Here's how we see it:

Although an enticing vertical in the bigger Boca Raton real estate picture, Boca Country Club is one of a few featuring a country club setting without membership obligations. Therefore, we suggest also reviewing Boca Pointe and Boca Greens - two notable competitors in this category. Our expertise when navigating the space can make all the difference.

Boca Country Club School Zones

Where you live in Boca Raton determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Homes in Boca Country Club are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts:

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