Homes For sale in Canyon Springs in Boynton Beach, developed around 2009, squeezed in between GL Homes' first two projects - Canyon Lakes and Canyon Isles (initiated in 2002 - 2005) - and Canyon Trails in 2013. The common theme of 24/7 guardhouse security, spaciousness, laidback luxury, and family cohesiveness was arguably the most successful in South Florida. Indeed, it underlined that homebuyers loved country club (CC)-style lifestyles without the sky-high fees associated with the latter. It's incredible how substantially the costs reduce when one removes private in-community golf membership, multiple restaurants, and valet services from the equation.
In the case of Canyon Springs, Boynton Beach, GL acquired a naturally beautiful agricultural footprint containing thirty-nine lake-filled acres to develop 500 SF homes ranging between 2,200 and 6000 square feet under air (UA). Canyon Springs conformed precisely to the metrics of its sibling neighborhoods under the Canyon brand, repeating the same architectural expertise, and thus providing spectacular water and garden vistas to homeowners. In addition, the tall trees and fantastic colorful vegetation made it the ideal location to emulate the rustic theme running through all the projects. The original twenty or so models delivering three to six bedrooms, multiple bathrooms, oversized lots (i.e., some larger than half an acre), and two or more garages continue to generate Canyon Springs homes for sale that buyers pounce on quickly.
Prices range between $250 and $290 a square foot (UA), representing outstanding asset value when considering the amenities that surround the residences. For example, the 8,500-square-foot clubhouse includes the following:
It takes a comparison of the $333 monthly HOA fees against CCs’ $3.500 per month membership costs - and thousands of dollars of non-refundable initiation dues - for the genuine value of residence ownership in Canyon Springs to hit home. However, one client question that consistently arises is why there’s price variance between Canyon developments delivering similar benefits and for the exact models on the same campus. It's a crucial question, so here's the answer:
Arguably the most telling influence on price is homeowner upgrades. Why is that? When homes come on the MLS featuring integrated high-impact windows and sliders, generators, new air-con systems, and replaced roofs, it grabs one's interest from the get-go. After that, exotic marble, granites, Italian porcelain, and imported wood on modern countertops, floors, kitchen islands, and customized cabinetry demand top-dollar bids. Also, renovated open-plan interiors, extra-height ceilings, recessed lighting, floating vanities, private pools, and summer kitchens are vital value add-ons.
On the other hand, buying a home with zero remodeling lets you zone in on the bottom end of the price spectrum (i.e., $250 per square foot or lower) in Canyon Springs, leaving you with around $150,000 on an average size house to upgrade it after closing. Therefore, with this approach, one can parallel premium-priced homes. ZFC agents can help you carve out the negotiating path to the solution that suits you best. Don't leave money on the table because you only get one chance to get the deal right.
"West Boynton Beach? That's in the sticks!" This was a consistent reaction for years pre-2000. No more, as shopping centers, medical offices, supermarkets, pharmacies, bank branch buildings, and more are a short drive from any Canyon Springs address. White sand beaches on the A1A and two international airports are twenty minutes away by car. Excellent schools (see below), sporting venues, nature preserves, golf courses, parks, and at least a hundred restaurants, bars, and delis rest within a three-mile radius. In other words, don't worry for a minute about being isolated from big-city action when you purchase your dream home in Canyon Springs.
It's essential you review GL's other Canyon developments in Boynton Beach - Canyon Isles, Canyon Trails, and Canyon Lakes - the closest rivals to luxury lifestyles west of the Florida Turnpike. Notice the same rustic theme that ties them together under a genuinely reputable real estate brand that’s left its stamp on South Florida. Moreover, we advise comparing all the Canyon editions to the contemporary versions of the same concept - GL's Lotus, Boca Bridges, and Seven Bridges, priced from $1.5 million to $3.5 million.
Prospects for Canyon Springs also took a keen interest in tennis-centric suburbs with other clubhouse luxury amenities in Boca and Delray - Bristol Pointe, Seasons, Newport Bay Club, Mizner's Preserve, Azura, Royal Palm Polo, Santa Barbara, and Grande Orchid (to mention a few). Finally, numerous CCs aim at audiences who want private golf in the mix but with surprisingly affordable pricing. Let us show you a lineup starting with Hunters Run and Gleneagles.
You won't find a better home-seeking experience anywhere to compare to the ZFC Real Estate way of doing things. We have covered all lifestyles, budgets, and specific clients’ needs for years, taking it all in our stride. So if it's Canyon Springs in Boynton Beach, boating communities, or condo towers on the beachfront that tickle your fancy, our team can take you there quickly and painlessly. Contact us when ready. You won't be sorry you did.
Where you live in Boynton Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Homes in Canyon Springs are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: