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Why Palm Beach County Buyers Should Consider Ocean Ridge For Their Next Luxury Home

Posted by Gloria Singer on Sunday, November 19th, 2017 at 11:49am.

Just about every city, town, or village in Palm Beach County features lavish homes and estates that are capable of surprising even the most seasoned luxury home buyers, ultimately providing eventual home owners with a picturesque tropical paradise that truly justifies those whopping seven- and eight-figure price tags.

Bu if you’re looking for that picture-perfect home in Palm Beach County and also prefer to be situated just a littler bit further away from some of the area’s larger cities like West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, and Boynton Beach, why not see what’s currently on the market down in the relaxed coastal community of Ocean Ridge?

Roughly 3-miles long and wedged in between the Intracoastal Waterway and the sweeping shores of the Atlantic oceanfront, Ocean Ridge still has the make-up of an old Florida small-town while still providing easy access to plenty of amenities and attractions in any of those larger Palm Beach County cities just mentioned above.

Today, Ocean Ridge’s population only sits around 1,700 year-round residents, and the low-key, low-density setting should remain constant given the local housing market is supremely dominated by single-family residences that all have something special to offer prospective home buyers.

Almost island-like by nature, if you’re truly wanting a relaxed oceanfront setting without all the hustle-and-bustle of a typical Palm Beach County city or town, Ocean Ridge should be at the top of your list of places to search.

Gloria Singer is the Broker of Boca Expert Realty, a boutique Boca Raton real estate company with a focus on professional service and an unparalleled customer experience. Our select agents are amongst the top performing professionals in the field. Visit for information on Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach real estate and to connect with an expert in the local market. 

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