Wellington Real Estate

Wellington is Florida's most populated village, with approximately 65,398 registered residents occupying 31.4 square miles of real estate, covered by only one percent water. The A1A beaches, Palm Beach's international airport, and iconic brand outlets on Worth Avenue are all within a sixteen-mile radius of the city center. In a much tighter circle are excellent schools, dozens of restaurants, golf courses, parks, and Intracoastal boat docking. Moreover, the village has a sophisticated commercial infrastructure with shopping centers, coffee shops, delis, bars, bank branches, supermarkets, gas stations, rated clinics, and offices accommodating accountants, lawyers, and other professionals. Finally, Delray Beach (downtown), with a hundred restaurants and its famous vibrant action, is less than 30 miles away in a southeasterly direction (via the I95).

According to ZFC, your complete online resource for all things related to Wellington, the latter represents many unique features. However, the single most energizing driver of all is the equine-centric theme that shapes and fashions its residential communities from end to end. Indeed, polo, show jumping, horse riding, breeding, and competition enthusiasts countrywide have gravitated to this upscale Palm Beach county metropolitan hub, widely regarded as the "Equestrian Capital of the World." Thus, wealthy stable owners flocking to the village with their teams of horses, especially over winter, settle into expansive ranches with rolling green spaces and sprawling acreage. As a result, private ownership of a mega-luxury home with paddocks, barns, stalls, riding arenas, and pasture fields (connected to high-tech irrigation, feeder, training, and lighting equipment) in the backyard is a highly sought-after property preference.

Interestingly, many South Floridians outside the mainstream "horsey set" and not even owning a pony are interested in Wellington homes for sale. Why? Because they derive the massive offshoot benefit of a laid-back, rustic, and stress-releasing lifestyle. So, over the years, developers have delivered reasonably priced residential communities taking advantage of spaciousness, freeform sparkling lakes, spectacular indigenous cypress, oak, and palm trees growing naturally everywhere, and stunning Florida tropical foliage as a backdrop. Moreover, mind-boggling vistas, hundreds of bridle paths, walking/jogging trails, and public-accessible equestrian events are a tremendous bonus package available to everyone. Finally, Wellington’s sophisticated retail services create an ideal blend of agriculture-style living with big-city conveniences at one's fingertips.

So, let's get to the real estate framework in Wellington as it has emerged. Please note the writing of this was in 2023. Prices change over time, so please check the linked pages for updates. Remember also many older residences have significant owner upgrades consisting of the latest European stainless steel appliances, marble, imported granite, porcelain, and wood materials on remodeled cabinetry in gourmet kitchens, floors, countertops, and floating vanity slabs. Also, high-impact windows, replaced roofs, and private pools are frequently in the cards. All this creates substantial price variances in the same-size community models on the MLS. Therefore, it's wise to contact us as your buyer's agent to consolidate negotiations and value things correctly. Sellers pay agents' commissions, so expert advice costs you nothing.

Wellington Homes For sale

13831 Quarter Horse Trail
Reduced
$31 Million
$36,000,000
Mallet Hill
13831 Quarter Horse Trail
Wellington, FL 33414
6
9
4
20,902
Pool
Water
4.127 Acres
329 Days
3585 & 3549 & 3531 Olde Hampton Drive
Reduced
$29.9 Million
$35,000,000
Grand Prix Village
3585 & 3549 & 3531 Olde Hampton Drive
Wellington, FL 33414
13
8
1
21,691
Water
0 Acres
416 Days
13893 Gracida Street
Reduced
$25.5 Million
$27,990,000
Palm Beach Polo
13893 Gracida Street
Wellington, FL 33414
7
7
2
26,430
Pool
Water
19.731 Acres
1418 Days
14775 Equestrian Way
Reduced
$21.5 Million
$22,500,000
Saddle Trail Park
14775 Equestrian Way
Wellington, FL 33414
8
13
6
35,785
Pool
Water
7.31 Acres
360 Days
4723 125th Avenue S
$18,975,000
MLS#R10863397
4723 125th Avenue S
Wellington, FL 33449
3
4
3
3,400
21.144 Acres
6 Days
14412 Pierson Road
Reduced
$18.9 Million
$21,000,000
MLS#R10780610
14412 Pierson Road
Wellington, FL 33414
4
7
3
7,881
5.3 Acres
339 Days
3794 Shutterfly Way
$18 Million
Grand Prix Village
3794 Shutterfly Way
Wellington, FL 33414
2
4
2
11,256
Water
145 Days
15359 Sunnyland Lane
$16 Million
Palm Beach Point
15359 Sunnyland Lane
Wellington, FL 33414
5
8
3
9,000
Pool
70 Days
5141 Lasso Way
Reduced
$15.9 Million
$16,000,000
MLS#A11278943
5141 Lasso Way
Wellington, FL 33449
6
5
4
20,765
22.521 Acres
130 Days
3410 Olde Hampton Drive
$14,750,000
Grand Prix Village
3410 Olde Hampton Drive
Wellington, FL 33414
3
7
2
15,914
Water
3.4 Acres
111 Days
14225 50th Street S
Under Contract
$12 Million
MLS#R10852410
14225 50th Street S
Wellington, FL 33414
3
5
3
10,670
Pool
0.525 Acres
49 Days
15563 Estancia Lane
Reduced
$11.9 Million
$14,500,000
Palm Beach Point
15563 Estancia Lane
Wellington, FL 33414
5
6
3
8,417
Pool
0 Acres
301 Days
380 listings of Wellington Homes for sale
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Map of Wellington Real Estate

Consider the following residential verticals:

  1. An excellent example of a conventional estate home community on half-acre lots making the most of Wellington's nature-centric surroundings is Binks Estates - amid a massive reserve known as Binks Forest (encompassing similar neighborhoods we can show you). You can buy a SF home here - 2,600 to 5,000 square feet under air (UA) - for between $257 and $380 per square foot (UA) (i.e., $700,000 to $1,900,000).

  2. Then there's the category that comprises well-priced amenity-connected communities, mostly gated or guardhouse secured, for HOA fees ranging from $120 to $500 monthly. Amenities typically embrace clubhouses that provide some or all of the following:
    • Fitness centers
    • Tennis & pickleball courts
    • Basketball & bocce courts.
    • Green spaces for pickup football.
    • Softball fields
    • Kiddie's playgrounds & tot lots
    • Elaborate lounges, cards, billiards, and meeting rooms.
    • Heated resort-style pool with sundecks and loungers.

      The most popular projects in this category are: 
      • Oakmont Estates - SF home options range between 1,855 and 4,227 square feet (UA) on 1/3 acre lots, constructed over five years from 2008 - 2013, and valued (in our view at bargain levels) around $210 per square foot (UA). In other words, you can buy here for $350,000 to $800,000, paying only $320 monthly HOA fees.
      • Versailles - SF houses (paying monthly $430 HOA fees) a step up from Oakmont estates (see above) of 2,238 and 7,000 square feet (UA). The latter demonstrates $230 to $340 per square foot (UA), qualifying budgets from $500,000 to $2,340,000.
      • Talavera - SF Homes between 3,404 and 5,203 square feet (UA) go for $190 to $246 per square foot (UA) - $646,000 to $1,300,000 in absolute dollar terms.
      • Wellington’s Edge - A massive mixed townhome, villa, and SF house enclave - 1,200 to 2,620 square feet under air (UA). We observe closing at prices between $252 and $318 per square foot (UA) for possible deals starting at $302,000 and stretching to $833,000.

  3. The two most compellingly-priced Wellington ranch-style communities (where horses in backyards are commonplace) are as follows:
    • Paddock Park: 
      • Home sizes range between 2,500 and 9,000 square feet (UA), resting on one to three-acre lots,
      • Values (i.e., $290 and $391 per square foot UA) range from $725,000 to $3,600,000 in absolute dollar terms.
    • Palm Beach Little Ranches: 
      • SF ranches of between 1,400 and 5,000 square feet under air (UA) located on 2.5 to ten-acre lots.
      • Values emerge on the MLS between $400 and $600 per square foot (UA) - $840,000 to $3,600,000.
  4. Mega-luxury ranch communities: Notably, buyers of homes in these enclaves focus on acreage ranging from ten to twenty with all the equestrian facilities described above. Indeed, they are dedicated "equine farms" connected to all the latest lifestyle appendices one would expect (e.g., exercise tracks, mini-arenas, competition grounds, automatic feeders, etc.) Thus, when overviewing per-square-foot prices (UA) starting at $800 and going as high as $4,000, a 4,500 square feet UA residence can list anywhere from $3.6 million to $18 million. The difference in asset value lies more in the land/agricultural assets than the residences. The ones attracting the most attention are: 
    • Southfields - Sellers asking from $2 million to over $10 million. That computes to between $1000 and $2000 per square foot (UA) for properties of 1 to 5 acres.
    • Palm Beach Point - Prices start at $5 million, going as high as $16 million - $1000 and $2000 per square foot (UA) for lots of 5 acres.
    • Rustic Ranches - Known to market tiny 1,100 square foot (UA) houses ripe for knockdown going for $2.5 million ($2400 per square foot UA) and ready-to-move-in residences at $1,200 per square foot (UA) selling for $5 million and more.
    • Saddle Trail Park -  Values range from $650 to $1,350 per square (UA) for residences between 2,800 to 9,500 square feet (UA), which translates to between $1,820,000 and  $13 million in absolute dollar terms.
    • Grand Prix Village - SF houses of 3,500 to 7,000 square feet (UA) with five, ten, and twenty acres of prime real estate surrounding them, plus all the expected equestrian bells and whistles. Thus, residence valuations are as follows: 
      • $2,000 to $4,000 per square foot (UA).
      • $9,250,000 to $29.9 million.
      • HOA fees of $499 monthly.

  5. Palm Beach Polo - providing non-mandatory membership country club (CC) community lifestyle: This unique community includes secluded equestrian ranches on the CC campus selling for $25.5 million at $3,100 per square foot (UA) and $9.5 million (at $1000 per square foot UA). Most other residences are SF homes starting at $3.1 million, between $800 and $1000 per square foot (UA).

  6. Aero Club - A truly one-of-a-kind development of 2000 to 10,000 square foot (UA) SF homes surrounding a 4000 feet airplane runway for private landings and take-offs. 
    • Some houses in this development contain their own hangers to garage Cessnas and even small jets. 
    • Depending on position and upgrades, a 3,500-square-foot (UA) residence costs between $1,100,000 and $2.5 million.

Thus, buyers seeking an extraordinary aeronautic community and luxury lifestyle can get in here at a reasonable value. Our expertise will help immeasurably to locate the perfect fit.

ZFC Real Estate covers Wellington's diverse communities with the professionalism and guidance to wade through a sometimes confusing landscape. We know the ins and outs of every neighborhood type and the asset values in ten-digit equestrian ranches. Our methodologies save our clients hundreds of thousands of dollars, leaving no money on the table. Finally, we believe other vibrant cities with their own unique attractions are worth a detailed overview. So, our agents can show you Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Parkland, Highland Beach, Lake Worth, Delray Beach, and other cities to give you a genuine perspective versus Wellington. Contact us when ready for a smooth, seamless, and rewarding homebuyer or seller experience. The consistent ZFC VIP guarantee is you won’t regret joining our family.

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