This wonderful single family home sits on a 1.12 acre lot in the Lake Worth community of Legend Lake. The lot is beautifully landscaped with a butterfly garden, orchids, an avocado tree, fish ponds, and even a gazebo and a treehouse. This home was built in 1979 and boasts 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms with a total of 3322 square feet and a 2-car garage.
Contact Tov Charm at (561) 288-0868 for information on Legend Lake or any other communities in the Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, and Boynton Beach area.
Located in Delray Beach, Karen Rothstein just listed this beautiful 3 BR, plus den/office and 3.5 BA single family home in the fabulous community of Mizners Preserve. This beautiful one story, split floor plan home sits on a private canal lot with a pool. No rear neighbors. This home features high ceilings, granite kitchen and marble floors. Step into the foyer and be welcomed by magnificent view of pool and yard. This well maintained home features accordin shutters, generator, gas cooking, wine cooler and is wired for surround sound (speakers in ceiling). Generous sized family room off kitchen and cabana bath. Home has been freshly painted and is ready for you to move in. The house is all neutrally decorated and awaits your personal touch.
It's no secret that in addition to Boca Raton's amazing beaches, beautiful luxury homes and upscale shopping, the area is also home to a wide array of great restaurants. No matter what type of food you are in the mood for, Boca Raton's extensive restaurant scene is bound to satisfy. From upscale fine dining to classic casual fare, Boca Raton has numerous great options. Here are just a few that we think are worth a try.
Fine Dining Restaurants in Boca Raton
Kathy's Gazebo Cafe
The haute decor and delectable French continental dishes at Kathy's Gazebo Cafe have made it a mainstay for many locals over the years. The expert Chef and knowledgeable staff pride themselves on providing diners with the very best dining experience possible. If you are
With summer right around the corner, it's time to get your kids signed up for summer camp. Not only will your kids enjoy time learning something new, but you will also get the chance to spend time doing something adults enjoy. Here are a few of the top choices for summer camps near Boca Raton, Florida.
Palm Beach Fashion Camp
If you have a future fashionista in your family, you can send your child to the Palm Beach Fashion Camp. This camp is hosted by the Palm Beach Outlets and will help your children learn acting, yoga, modeling, health and nutrition. The camp will run from June 7th to August 10th.
HEAT Summer Basketball Camp
For those looking to enjoy some of the best basketball of the summer, this is the right summer camp. The Miami HEAT will
When the day is over and you're looking for a way to relax, a foot massage may be the perfect choice. Downtown Boca Raton has the perfect answer. The Tao Foot Spa is a new addition to the downtown area and they provide a great way for anybody to relax after a hard day of work.
Suk Blake and Irene Kim opened this business, recently, with the goal of providing their services to the Boca area. They are both experts in ancient Chinese reflexology and alternative medicine. The goal is always to provide relaxation for clients through easing ailments with the right pressure on specific points on your hands and feet.
The massages are all performed in a dimly lit environment with relaxing music and a calming atmosphere. You will feel relaxed just sitting in
If you're new to the Boca Raton area or considering moving to the area, you may have heard of the Intracoastal Waterway. This could be confusing because man non-locals think the area just sits on the Atlantic Ocean. Here's a quick explanation of what the Intracoastal Waterway is all about.
This waterway is found across the coasts of the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. It stretches about 3,000 miles in total and covers areas all the way from New Jersey to Florida and more. It connects the Atlantic Ocean, the Manasquan Inlet and stretches all the way around Florida to Brownsville, Texas.
The Intracoastal Waterway helps to connect many rivers, inland ports and so much more. It allows travel to areas, such as Mississippi, Alabama, Delaware,
Recently, it was announced that a $30 million plan has been created to redevelop the Delray Beach Yacht Club. This plan has not been approved yet, but many believe it will be approved by the city. It was created by the Seaside Builders and Seagate Hospitality Group LLC and they hope to start work in June.
When the plan is approved, the Delray Beach Yacht Club will receive a major overhaul. It will be torn down completely and rebuilt as the Seagate Yacht Club. The expected sales provides for units within the building is $3 million and up.
The Yacht Club will be found just south of the Atlantic Avenue Bridge, which is a very desirable location. It's rich in history, close to many major attractions and provides access to many high-end retail stores.