Villa Nova Highland Beach

Exclusivity in an exclusive location is rare, especially when pre-1990 condo constructions are involved. Yet Villa Nova in Highland Beach fits the description perfectly with direct sea-frontage in Highland Beach. In addition, this mid-rise tower (15 stories) comprises only twenty-four luxury condos (1500 to 3000 square feet models), two per floor, making it a true-blue boutique community.

Now to many, 1987 (i.e., its construction date) may sound pretty old compared to the Avante-Garde complexes emerging in Downtown Boca, like Alina, Mandarin Oriental, and Royal Palm Residences. Still, astute homebuyers will notice, aside from entering at significantly lower price points, that they are not settling for lesser benefits when one gets down to granular analysis.

Amongst the many benefits, the ZFC Real estate team has identified two drawbacks that buyers of Villa Nova condos for sale should be aware of. They are:

  1. Purchasing opportunities rarely arise in this community, resulting in short MLS stays when they do. Thus, it’s a wise move to leverage our digital system for alerts the moment one comes on the market.
  2. The HOA fees align with around $0.91 for every square foot of residence ownership under-air (UA) with an average of about $2,400 monthly. The latter is probably a function of only twenty-four family members contributing to the maintenance costs. In contrast, numerous luxury developments nearby reflect substantially lower numbers for the same metric. For example:

Indeed, Villa Nova is in the same ballpark as Aragon, another boutique community south on the beachfront, where a 5000 square foot (UA) unit costs the owners $5000 monthly to maintain.

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    Sales History of Villa Nova condos

    As a result, Villa Nova’s HOA fee levels weigh on pricing, holding the latter to between $500 and $650 per square foot. However, the community hasn't thoroughly tested the recent hot South Florida market's momentum. Still, anything under $800 per square foot is a steal for sizable luxury units like this on the ocean. But, of course, that's as long as the prospective condo buyers looking at homes for sale in Vila Nova are comfortable committing to a high HOA obligation every month.

    Villa Nova benefits that support our evaluation converge on four dynamic influences:

    1. HOA-directed exterior renovations for asset preservation that include:
      • Recent concrete restoration.
      • Replacement of every condo's doors and windows with high impact, low energy glass (many of them wall to ceiling).
      • Installation of new glass railings (for clear ocean views) and balcony tiles
      • The sealing and painting of the entire building.
      • Erection of an attractive exterior fountain on the north side.
      • A complete pool resurfacing and added spa.
      • High-speed elevator upgrades giving each floor semi-private keyed access as part of a modern security system.
      • Access as part of a modern security system.
    2. Individual condo features as follows:
      • Expansive wraparound balconies with uninterrupted ocean views and varying vistas of the Intracoastal.
      • Underground garaging.
      • Many condo owners having remodeled the :original developer interiors with:
        • Customized cabinetry.
        • Modern marbles, granites, woods, and stainless steel for all prominent surfaces.
        • Installation of upgraded kitchen appliance brands to develop state-of-the-art gourmet kitchens
        • Open plan reconfigurations.
          Note - A broad variance of the changes above requires careful checking when negotiating to buy.
    3. Full services encompassing:
      • 24-hour security.
        A full-time property manager and concierge staff.
      • Access to a private beach with cabanas.
      • An integrated resort-style swimming pool, hot tub, and sun deck providing lounge chairs and leading to a beach-side boardwalk.
      • Maintaining South Florida foliage consisting of palm trees, exotic plants, and tropical vegetation throughout the grounds.
      • An inviting lounge area and relaxing, spacious courtyard,
      • A state-of-the-art fitness center, including a sauna.
    4. Location:
      You simply can't do better for privacy and seclusion in Highland Beach’s short A1A coastal road stretch between Delray Beach and Boca Raton. It involves a few minutes drive to Downtown Boca or Delray Beach to share in the vibrant action of hundreds of restaurants, bars, and nightly live music. From high-end to convenience, shopping malls with retail outlets and services are front and center of both city infrastructures.

      There's no shortage of sports facilities, from golf to pickleball, tennis, biking, and every watersport you can think of. Indeed, they're interwoven with Boca Raton's DNA. The entity leading the pack in the leisure and relaxation arena is the Boca Resort and Club, the billion-dollar hospitality juggernaut that attracts international visitors from every corner of the world. Jog or bike there in no time at all. Finally, two international and one local airport are at your service 24/7, reachable by Uber in less than thirty minutes.

    So what are the alternatives to Villa Nova, Highland beach, for buyers who can afford $1,500,000 to $2,000,000 and $2500 HOA fees monthly? What lifestyle communities can the ZFC Real Estate team introduce you to for the same money or good value for less:

    ZFC is the team you want on your side to navigate the Boca Raton-Highland Beach-Delray Beach landscape. Nobody can get you to your dream home faster than we can.

    Villa Nova School Zones

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

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