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Known as America’s Gateway to the Gulf Coast, Boynton Beach is a pleasant coastal city nestled between Delray Beach and Lantana, it is home to approximately 71,000 people. This beautiful beach town attracts many tourists each year and provides local residents with plenty of opportunities to enjoy outdoor recreational activities such as boating, golfing and relaxing on one of the many beaches in the area.
Boynton Beach is the ideal location for anyone who loves a year round summer and socializing. Residents of the area enjoy a fair climate all throughout the year. The winters are mild and the summer months are hot and humid. While the area is prone to hurricanes, you will never have to worry about snowstorms or heavy ice storms to worry about in this laid back beach town.
This location is ideal for families, young couples, and retirees who enjoy spending time outdoors. Boynton Beach hosts an abundance of year-round activities at the local beaches. There are also annual events held each year including festivals and fairs that help draw in tourists and keep the locals busy.
Over the last 15 years the city has experienced explosive growth with many new communities built west of I-95 and revival downtown area near Federal Highway, from Woolbright Road to just north of Boynton Beach Blvd. Some may consider the area to growing too fast, but if you enjoy being in a fun and active environment then you are sure to feel right at home. The cost of living in Boynton Beach is slightly higher than the national average at 3.4% above, however the unemployment rate is 5.20 percent below the US average.
For those looking for a quiet place to settle in, however, Boynton Beach offers several parks with beach access and amenities like barbeque grills, picnic tables and sports areas. There are also many free events throughout the year, like “Movies in the Park” and “Music on the Rocks”, offered to the Boynton Beach community. You can also enjoy the Boynton Harbour Marina, which offers a multitude of water activities including fishing charters, drift fishing, scuba diving charters, jet-ski rentals, boat rentals and waterfront dining.
There is a variety of homes for sale in the Boynton Beach area that range from luxurious to budget-friendly. You can find single family residential homes, townhouses and condos that are located close to the local beaches and area attractions. The median home value for the area is approximately $161,600, and home appreciation has gone up 16.50% from 2014 to 2015. Popular Golf Course communities include Indian Spring, and Quail Ridge. If you are in your retirement years, Leisureville and Hunters Run are popular choices.
The most common homes for sale in the area are single family residential homes that were built between the late 1990’s and early 2000’s. These properties typically contain 3 to 4 bedrooms and up to 2 full baths. They feature a modernized style and are filled with all the amenities one would expect such as air conditioning, gourmet kitchens and two-car garages. Many of these homes have open floor plans so that buyers can renovate and customize their new home to meet their individual needs.
Students who live in the Boynton Beach area attend public school within the Palm Beach Country School District. Schools that are located in the area include…
· Sunset Palms Elementary School
· Christa McAuliffe Middle School
· Park Vista Community High School
Boynton Beach is a thriving community that is home to many upper and middle-class citizens. Residents of the area enjoy spending time at the local beaches, playing golf or visiting with friends at one of the many country clubs. Boating is a popular activity among residents of all ages and is something that those who live in Boynton Beach can take part in throughout most of the year.