The Barrton Delray Beach

Aside from this community going on for half a century in age (i.e., in 2022), prospects looking for The Barrton condos for sale secure fantastic benefits. As a start, the HOA has updated the lobby to compete with any modern structure, and from there, the developer's original 1972 vision shows its true colors. The thirteen-story tower comprising 103 units between 1,029 to 1,700 square feet under air (across a range of 1 to 3-bedroom models) offers every resident spectacular water and tropical garden views - especially from the expansive terraces leading off the living area. Moreover, it's a comprehensive development providing round-the-clock onsite security, a building manager, and maintenance staff. What’s more, the location, directly on the Intracoastal's west bank (entry off Federal Highway) and north of Linton, puts The Barrton ideally:

In short, one can hardly ask for better positioning. In addition, for all the following conveniences and luxury options, homeowners in The Barrton in Delray Beach pay comparatively reasonable monthly maintenance fees of eighty cents per square foot of ownership:

The most challenging thing for prospective buyers of Condos For sale in The Barrton is pricing. The conundrum is that recently closed deals failed to breach $560 per square foot (UA), yet offers on the MLS set their sights at $652 - a variance of over $100 (or nearly 20%). These asking levels appear to be over-optimistic, although there may be a good reason for the gap. How come? Because current sellers, in numerous instances, have upgraded their homes significantly by remodeling kitchens, bedrooms, and living areas. Checking out the details, prospects may interact with units featuring:

Map of The Barrton Condos in Delray Beach

Sales History of The Barrton condos

None of the remodeling comes inexpensively. Contact us to help negotiate your deal at The Barrton, Delray Beach, so that you don't overpay for a unit closer to the 1972 handover package. The difference can calculate to over two hundred thousand dollars (on average), an investment windfall if you get it right and don't let emotion get the better of you. Our observations are valid in November 2022, so keep checking this page for updates.  

We have noted the enclave's proximity to downtown and the flowing benefits from that. Moreover, every big city service, from banking to beauty salons, gas stations, clinics, and supermarkets (to mention a few), is at residents' fingertips. In addition, parks, nature preserves, good schools (see below), two international airports (via I95), and membership at the iconic Boca Club and Resort are seamlessly accessible in all directions. Indeed, bikes and walking shoes are condo owners' preferred mode of transportation for much of the above.

So, what are the closest rivals to The Barrton, Delray Beach? Of course, Delray Harbor Club is a must-see. Also, Barton condo seekers reviewed Beresford, Sea Ranch Club, and Placide further south on the AIA, with a range of unique benefits we can show you today. Moreover, they showed interest in Pelican Harbor, a boating community at affordable valuations and HOA fees lower than the Barrton tower. We have specialist agents who know these suburbs' ins and outs. In addition, for active adult options, we can take you to Sabal Point and Sabal Ridge directly on the beach in similar vintage constructions substantially renovated.

ZFC Real Estate is on the cutting edge of South Florida residential real estate extending from mega-luxury condo communities like Mandarin Oriental, Luxuria, Excelsior, Aragon, Alina, and Presidential Place to country clubs such as Delaire Country Club, Addison Reserve, and Polo Club. Also, traditional ungated communities, estate homes, townhouse suburbs (like Toll Brothers Trieste) and more. Contact us today for a hassle-free journey to your dream home.

The Barrton School Zones

Where you live in Delray Beach determines which public schools your children may attend, and this in turn effects real estate values. Condos in The Barrton are zoned for the following Palm Beach County school districts:

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