Agents bringing prospects for a look at Delray Harbor Club condos for sale usher them into a horseshoe-shaped structure five stories high. It contains fifty condos consisting of thirty-six two-tier townhomes and fourteen one-level penthouses ranging between 2100 to 2750 square feet under air (UA). However, it's only when one looks out from one of the MLS unit's terraces that the magical charm of the complex registers. Extending out from the horseshoe tips toward the wide water are two parallel piers that represent arguably South Florida's finest 24/7 secure Intracoastal Marina capable of docking vessels from 15' to 140.' It achieves this via forty-six deep-sea slips and a recently introduced floating dock. It's not mandatory for boaters leasing the yacht spaces (long and short term) to reside in the tower. Conversely, nobody can remove the spectacular Intracoastal vistas that align with the luxury of a nautical community parking their sleek ocean-going boats in front of the building. In addition, at the end of the south pier is an expansive heated salt-water pool with a deck and loungers exclusively for residents and dockers using the facilities.
Of course, if you are a boat owner and resistant to buying a SF bungalow or new construction on the canals (starting at $2.2 million), condos for sale in Delray Harbor are just what the doctor ordered. Indeed, you can sail or motor off to the nearby ocean inlets with no fixed bridges by stepping from your condo onboard with no hassle because the luxury of full-time fueling and maintenance is on the spot.
Outside the docking facility, the amenities are pretty routine, with a club room, fitness center, on-site property manager, and gated security. So let's see what you pay for a residence built in 1982 with significant remodeling (or, alternatively, not much). All the condos benefited from the insertion of high-impact glass windows and doors. So, here's how we at ZFC Real Estate view this community:
Residents enter the complex off Federal Highway between Linton and Atlantic (putting it on the west side of the Intracoastal). It's a short bike ride to Delray's downtown, white sand beaches, and 80 restaurants amid upbeat action 24/7. Moreover, upscale shopping, and citizen city services (like banking, supermarkets, clinics, and gas stations) are on every second or third block. Also, golf courses abound in every direction, as do parks, watersports, good schools, and nature preserves. Finally, getting to Fort Lauderdale or Palm Beach airports (north and south) is as easy as falling off a log by taking nearby I95. In short, residents in Delray Harbor Club, Delray, are central to everything, including the Boca Resort and Club, fifteen minutes south for a membership experience second to none. Pickleball, tennis, a fantastic beach club, and fine dining are a few hospitality events waiting for you there.
So what else is of interest to homeowners in a boating community? The ZFC data tells an unexpected tale in many ways:
The ZFC team is intensely active in every lifestyle vertical, from ungated regenerating communities east of the I95, like historic Old Floresta, to non-equity country clubs like Boca Greens and Boca Country Club. We even get clients to look at converted golf courses, like Polo Trace (currently under the auspices of GL Homes). You won't find more committed and knowledgeable agents than us, period. So please pick up the phone and give us a try. Once you see our service quality, we guarantee you won't want to go anywhere else.
Where you live in Delray Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Condos in Delray Harbor Club are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts: