The average for both communities together was a 2700 square foot 4-bedroom selling for $544,000 at just under $200 per square foot in a little over 2 months.
Boca Isles South wins a close race this year. The average price was $550,000, selling slightly quicker and slightly larger than Boca Isles North.
The top sale was 10922 Bal Harbor Drive at $720,000 for a 5-bedroom with 3200 square feet. It took 5 months to sell but for the seller it was worth the wait to find a buyer who appreciated all the upgrades in this gorgeously remodeled home.
Five more of these 5-bedroom, 3200 square foot models sold for prices between $695,000 and $705,000, all in Boca Isles South.
We were pleased to sell 19641 Biscayne Bay Drive, a 2300 square foot house, for $480,000.
That was the highest price for that model in Boca Isles South in 2017. Several others of that model sold for prices ranging from $360,000 to $465,000.
At the low end in Boca Isles South, three houses sold for $420,000 or less. Two were 3-bedroom models with just under 2000 square feet selling for $400K and $420K.
By comparison Boca Isles North was stronger at the low end. Only two homes sold for less than $470,000, one of them a short sale at $409,000 and the other a small 3-bedroom for $435,000.
Five homes sold between $472,500 and $495,000. The remaining 22 transactions were all for $510,000 or more.
The most typical of Boca Isles North was 19665 Black Olive Lane, a 2700 square foot 4-bedroom that sold for $535,000.
Homes in Boca Isles North did sell for a bit more on a dollars per square foot but they also took a few more days to sell.