Addison Trace Delray Beach
Just before the turn of the century, moving into the roaring 2000s, development in Boca Raton and Delray Beach on the residential front was robust. People from all over the US realized that the Sunshine State had so much to offer in quality lifestyles, luxury, spaciousness, and natural splendors. Thus, country club communities (CCs) such as Addison Reserve and popular clubhouse enclaves like Mizner's Preserve emerged to significant fanfare. Indeed, then and lately, Addison Trace homes for sale (three and four-bedroom) have caught home seekers' attention. It's an immaculately maintained complex of 103 SF houses and 22 coach homes - all single-level - from 1,843 square feet to just over 2,400 square feet under air (UA). So, what's the big attraction?
For a start, the location is superb. Central Delray Beach but on the border of Boca Raton, gives residents access to scores of services (e.g., banking, supermarkets, clinics, and gas stations), shopping malls (Boca's Town Center and tens of others), several golf courses, white sand beaches, and hundreds of restaurants within a four-mile radius. It spells convenience with a Capital C. Moreover, the I95 and Florida's Turnpike are less than 1500 yards north or south for an Uber ride to two international airports within half an hour. Finally, natural reserves (Wadakohatchee and Green Cay Wetlands), parks, and excellent schools (see below) are minutes away.
Yet with all the activity options close at hand, people who buy Homes For sale in Addison Trace are impressed by its seclusion, privacy, and sense of family community. Why is that? Because getting to the entrance requires a drive down Linton from Jog Road, then turning south on Simms, a couple hundred yards north of Military Trail - a quiet street with a rural feel. A short way in is Addison Trace - an enclave you would hardly notice unless looking for it.
Addison Trace Homes For sale
5834 Via De La Plata Circle
Delray Beach, FL 33484
Map of Addison Trace Homes in Delray Beach
Prices have held up well, thanks to an HOA that keeps the development's stunning tropical foliage and magnificent central lake in top-notch condition. Thus, the visual theme from terraces and backyards is the epitome of natural color, green spaces, filtered sunlight, and shimmering water vistas. Another notable aspect is that many homeowners have upgraded their residences to maximize the open plan designs and high ceilings. The most noticeable of the latter are:
- Replaced air conditioning systems.
- Remodeled kitchens and bathrooms with custom cabinetry and tasteful decor.
- Installation of Avant-Garde materials such as stainless steel (for European brand appliances), granites, and porcelain from Italy, and imported marble and wood floors.
- Recessed lighting in the living and bedroom areas of the homes.
- Private pools and summer kitchens.
The Mediterranean architectural influence is a common cord running through all the Addison Trace in Delray Beach homes, typical of high-end South Florida suburbs. When one realizes that these affordable residences sit alongside numerous multi-million dollar complexes, the meaning of "location, location, location" comes through loud and clear. As a result, we noticed the prices vary in a very tight range between $330 and $350 per square foot - unusual for this vintage, where value gaps can go as high as $100. Therefore, one can generally bid with confidence and little fear of leaving money on the table. Indeed, buyers with budgets of $600,000 to $750,000 are in the right ballpark for an Addison Trace, Delray Beach house, or coach-house, with HOA fees of $320 monthly. For that, one enjoys gated security, an inviting clubhouse facility (including a high-tech fitness center), a tennis court, a resort-style pool, and a hot tub with a sundeck and loungers.
The ZFC Real Estate team believes Addison Trace represents exceptional value for money. Other options buyers in this community considered were:
- New constructions by GL Homes in Polo Trace (a converted golf course), although the latter start at higher prices for less space.
- Trieste - a fantastic Toll Brothers townhouse development - east of the I95 drew much attention.
- Non-mandatory membership CC communities like Boca Greens and Boca Country Club contain houses selling for similar values versus Addison Trace in Delray Beach.
- Finally, we recommend Valencia Palms, Valencia Falls, and others for those willing to embrace active adult lifestyles (age group +55). Call us for a complete evaluation of the category.
ZFC Real Estate is a cutting-edge realtor company dedicated to working tirelessly for buyers and sellers of homes in South Florida's many lifestyle communities. We will take you through it all (if desired), including amenity-loaded options in condo towers by the beach and Intracoastal. They're not as expensive as you may think in the older buildings. Contact us for a comprehensive overview whenever you're ready to downsize, retire in a dream home, or upsize. We cover every viable option.
Addison Trace is a single family residence community located in Delray Beach Fl with a range of options priced between $645,000 and $645,000. There are currently a total of 1 Homes for sale, the smallest home currently on available is a three bedroom two bathroom residence that is 3,456 square feet (2,325SF Under Air) and the largest of the homes currently available is a three beds and two baths, 3,456 square foot (2,325SF Under Air) residence. In addition there are numerous other communities in Delray Beach to choose from, or you may browse all Delray Beach Real Estate. Homes in Addison Trace are selling quickly, set up a new listing alert and we will notify you immediately when a new listing hits the market. Of course you can always contact your ZFC Real Estate agent who would be happy to assist you further with your search for a Home in Addison Trace in Delray Beach.
Addison Trace School Zones
Where you live in Delray Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Homes in Addison Trace are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: