Country club (CC) lifestyles are to South Florida as bacon is to eggs, or Thelma is to Louise - a natural fit that has endured for decades. Snowbirds residing most of the year in NYC, Chicago, Pittsburg, Cleveland, and Philly can't wait to get to their Country Club residences before the first cold fronts hit back home. There they pick up with friends to play golf, tennis, eat out, and generally socialize in the community with a feeling of belonging that CC membership seamlessly provides.
Traditionally, Country Clubs provide access to exclusive and private facilities embracing golf, tennis, pickleball, wellness, fitness training, casual and fine dining, valet services, and unique social activities, with round-the-clock security. The differences converge on the degree of luxury, the membership numbers, the propensity to stay ahead of the competition, property luxury, and the resident types it attracts. One could say that some CCs don't necessarily offer more. Instead, they structure membership qualification strictly on high pricing, thus excluding everyone who can't afford their fees. Conversely, entry eligibility broadens significantly as the costs and equity requirements become less demanding.
Prospects interested in Homes For sale in Aberdeen Country Club discover that residency carries mandatory golf, tennis, or social membership of the club in 19 of the 25 sub-communities. Let’s look at this in more detail:
As we see it, the community is closest to Delray's Gleneagles (although much more affordable) and significantly beneath the monetary minimums at complexes like Addison Reserve, Polo Club, Broken Sound, and Delaire.
Residents can buy some Aberdeen Country Club homes for sale without mandatory participation in the activities or using the amenities. In the latter case, homeowners only pay their sub-community HOA fees (around $350 monthly), which covers the CC security and living on a manicured golf course in serene, beautiful open spaces. One can compare these six of twenty-five enclaves to non-equity CC developments like Boca Greens, Delray Country Club, and Parkland Golf and Country Club (as the closest competitors).
The amenity agenda welcoming buyers of Aberdeen Country Club homes for sale is impressive, including the following:
h4>So, let's get to the real estate in Aberdeen Country Club in Boynton Beach:
Close to 1600 residences emerged starting in 1990 and for the next 12 years, comprising SF houses and villas from 1,500 to 4,000 square feet under air (UA) lining the rolling fairways and sparkling lakes from end to end. As a result, water mixed in with tropical foliage and towering trees create spectacular vistas for members and their guests.
Pricing in 2022 during a hot real estate market showed:
ZFC Real Estate notes that MLS listings of Aberdeen Country Club, Boynton Beach, primarily include original developer interior and exterior packages. However, some reflect remodeled kitchens with upgraded stainless steel top-brand appliances and sleek, customized cabinetry enhanced with the latest granite countertops. Moreover, we've noticed the following in a few instances:
The wise home-search route is to contact us to act as a buyer's agent to uncover the diamonds in the rough. Why? Because securing a significantly upgraded home in an immaculately maintained country club like Aberdeen with excellent amenities at $200 per square foot (UA) or less, is as good as it gets for exceptional asset value. Moreover, our services are free in South Florida, where sellers pay 100% of agents' commissions on real estate transactions. Please note that prices change, so keep checking our website pages for updates.
Residents living in Aberdeen CC enjoy a campus location spanning hundreds of acres with Gateway running through the middle, Jog Road as its eastern border, and the Florida Turnpike directly above it on the western side. Driving out of the neighborhood connects homeowners to beaches on the A1A in approximately fifteen minutes, with seamless access to:
Finally, getting to two international airports on the nearby Turnpike is as easy as counting 1 - 2 - 3.
It's challenging to compare neighboring CCs to the bargain prices of homes in Aberdeen CC (i.e., under $200 per square foot). Still, to get a genuine perspective, we advise looking at Gleneagles Country Club and Boca West for similar buying opportunities. However, the SF houses for sale in premier clubs in Boca Raton and Delray Beach, such as Polo Club, Addison Reserve, Woodfield, and Delaire, range significantly higher at between $375 to $500 per square foot.
If buying under $600,000 within luxury communities is a priority, we recommend reviewing the non-equity communities mentioned above and townhome enclaves Centra and Central Park in Boca Raton. It's a tall order, but we'll get you close to it. Also, for retirees, look at the 55+ options across Delray for pre-2000 vintage homes at low prices between $300,000 and $600,000.
So, contact the ZFC team today for more information on all the abovementioned residential options. We also cover lifestyles outside the CC arena, such as tennis-centric communities like Seasons, Santa Barbara, and Newport Bay Club, and condo towers on the beachfront and Intracoastal marinas. We guarantee you a transparent and engaging overview of the entire residential landscape in search of your dream home once we know the budget in play.
Where you live in Boynton Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Homes in Aberdeen Country Club are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: