Prices are up in Lexington Estates, where nine homes sold in the first half of 2018. The top and bottom prices are above what they were in all of 2017. Still even the houses that sell well are getting less per square foot than comparable homes in similar gated communities.
One house broke the $500K mark. 22299 Tupelo Place sold for $510,000, with 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths in 3000 square feet. The updated kitchen and some other nice features helped it sell in just one month.
On same cul de sac, the much smaller 22286 Tupelo Place had the low price at $375,000 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in only 1800 square feet. It has one of the best lot locations in the neighborhood but the house was in sore need of updates throughout. Only one other house sold for less than $400,000 and it was a bank-owned foreclosure.
Six of the nine houses sold for over $450,000. Going for $475,000 was 22176 Braddock Place, a 5-bed, 3-bath model with 3000 square feet and some high end features like marble floors. With all that it’s still less than $160/sq.ft.
The number of sales has increased dramatically in Paraiso (formerly known as Allegro). Seven homes sold in the first half of the year, up from six in all of 2017. There was only one sale under $300K (compared to 3 last year) but the high price was much lower as well.
10130 Fanfare Drive sold for $340,000 with 4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths in 2100 square feet. All the other homes that sold were much smaller, most under 1500 square feet.
10266 Allegro Drive sold for $330,000 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1450 square feet.
The lowest price was $290,000 for 22280 Tempo Way. The 3-bedroom with 1700 square feet is the closest house to the main gate and was due for some updates. It took over 8 months to sell. All the other houses sold in less than 2 months and most in 3 weeks or less.
There were 18 home sales in the first half of 2018 in Boca Springs and Palmetto Pines. Two houses in Boca Springs sold for over $400,000, while Palmetto Pines topped out at $375,000.
Sellers in Boca Springs are getting more for their homes this year so far.
10291 W Sunstream Lane, pictured at top, has 4 bedrooms and 2 /12 bathrooms in 2300 square feet. The new roof and extensive remodeling helped it sell in 6 weeks for $435,000.
10880 Fox Glen Drive sold for $419,000 with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in 2700 square feet after more than 5 months on the market. The house was also extensively remodeled, but non-neutral design choices may have affected the sale.
The smaller 10711 Palm Spring Drive sold for $341,000 with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in 2200 square feet. The listing text described remodeling but the photos did not show that well.
Two homes sold below $320,000. One was a bank-owned foreclosure, 11172 Sandpoint Terrace, sold for $319,000 with 3 bedrooms in 1900 square feet. And 10303 Boca Springs Drive, with only 1600 square feet, sold for $315,000.
Palmetto Pines saw 13 sales in the first half of the year. At the top was 22074 Greenwich Court E with four bedrooms and two bathrooms in 1750 square feet all on one floor. The house sold in just 9 days, likely helped by professional photography that showed off the remodeling, lot size, pool and other features. Photography included multiple photo sessions and HDR software.
Two other homes sold for $350K or more. 22317 Boulder Street went for $359,900 with four bedrooms and three bathrooms in 2000 square feet, while 11178 Delta Circle was $350,000 even with three bedrooms and two baths in 1700 square feet – selling in just two days.
All but two of the remaining homes sold for over $300,000. For example 10901 Granite Street netted $327,000 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1450 square feet.
Second from lowest was the 1100 square foot house at 4562 Ararat Street, selling for $293,000. The lowest, at $267,000, was 4747 Betelnut Street, a bank-owned foreclosure.
Five homes sold in Palma Vista and two in Avalon in the first half of 2018. They seem to be moving slower as they all took over two months to sell and five of the seven took over 100 days, and prices seem to be down.
The highest price for both neighborhoods was $655,000 for a 6 bedroom, 3700 square foot two story at 21074 Bella Vista Circle in Palma Vista. The house had been rented out the past couple years. Overall Palma Vista home prices seem down a bit. It’s possible that the new “Uptown Boca” development to be built just northeast of the community is affecting values but we’re not sure if that’s it. Two of the homes were bank owned foreclosures. One of them sold for only $372,000 with 4 bedrooms and 2800 square feet all on one floor.
The other foreclosure was a large 3800 square foot house that sold for only $546,000. The best deal for a seller was 9736 Palma Vista Way selling for $526,000 with just 2500 square feet.
The community has a location with unique benefits, in particular the ability to walk into the Jewish Federation campus for the Jewish schools and JCC.
21830 Cypress Palm Court sold for $585,000 with 5 bedrooms in 3550 square feet. The house has deluxe finishes in the kitchen and at least one bathroom.
9786 Parkview Avenue sold for $580,000 with 5 bedrooms in 2900 square feet. The interior is a mix of recent upgrades with some dated features like flooring and windows.
Boca Winds saw 26 home sales in the first half of 2018, with 9 of those in Ashley Park and 7 in Waterways. The community continues to have a low inventory with only 10 homes on the market. There is only one home listed in Ashley Park.
Low inventory often leads to higher prices as demand outstrips supply. Boca Winds certainly saw some good prices with 22257 Vista Lago Drive getting the highest by far at $680,000.
With 6 bedrooms in over 3500 square feet, the house has gorgeous lake views and significant upgrades. It was the only transaction in Carlyle Estates.
Four homes sold in the 500s with the 3600-square-foot 12672 Tucano Circle in Waterways going for $590,000. Our favorite spot in Boca Winds is Waters Edge Estates where 12613 Little Palm Lane sold for just over $550,000.
Ten homes sold in the 400s. 12641 Maypan Drive in Waterways sold for $490,000 with 5 bedrooms in 2900 square feet, while Ashley Park’s 22559 Grouper Court was purchased at $415,000. The high price in Ashley Park was 22480 Swordfish Drive at $425,000 with over 2200 square feet, a water view and even a little dock.
Nine homes sold in the 300s, most of them in Ashley Park with a couple in Regency Place. And two homes in Ashley Park went for under $300K. 22412 Sea Bass Drive took the low number at $280,000. I actually went to this for an open house. It felt even smaller than the 1300 square feet the listing reports, and the interior looks like it was never updated in 30 years.
The biggest buyer’s bargain was 12931 Elmford Lane in Regency Place, which has 1900 square feet and sold for $365,000. The house is on a cul de sac lot and has a short walk to the Hillsboro Canal and nature hikers might appreciate the easy access to the Fran Reich Preserve.
There’s a bit more inventory for buyers in Boca Falls with 11 homes currently listed, though four of the subdivisions have no listings at all.
22 houses sold in Boca Falls in the first half of 2018. Prices ranged from a low of $450,000 for a small 4-bedroom in the Cascades subdivision up to $735,000 for a 3800 square foot 5-bedroom in The Estates. Of the 22 sales, 6 were priced over $600,000 with the highest prices in The Estates ($735K and $660K for the same 3800 square foot model) and Crystal Pointe ($650K each).
Twelve sales were priced in the 500s from $505,000 to $585,900. Five houses sold under $500,000 including two bank-owned foreclosures. Other than a couple of problem listings, everything sold under $550,000 was small, generally under 2800 square feet.
Six homes sold in Crystal Pointe while there was only one each in The Estates, Cascades, and Emerald Pointe, and no sales in Victoria Falls.
The seller horror story was 12700 Yardley Drive in Emerald Pointe. The house was originally listed for $619,000 in April of 2017 by a discount broker. After a price reduction to $599,000 and 6 months on the market the listing expired. The seller listed again with the same real estate agent for another four months, lowering the price a few times until the listing expired again in February. With dogged determination the seller doggedly stuck with the same agent for another listing and another series of price reductions until they got down to $529,900 and it sold 6 days later for $519,000.
The sale price is well below what we see for similar houses. With over 3300 square feet the closing price works out to just over $150 per square foot. It’s a large house with updates throughout including marble in the bathrooms, wood floors, a media room, custom kitchen and more. We see a couple similar size homes in Boca Falls with fewer upgrades that sold quicker and for much better prices.
Loggers’ Run had 47 homes sold in the first half of 2018. 37 of the sales were single family homes, along with higher prices for the 10 townhomes and villas in Timberwalk.
There were only two transactions in the Winding Lakes subdivisions so far this year. 21503 Sweetwater Lane S in Winding Lakes III sold for $665,000, the highest in Loggers’ Run. The 5-bedroom, 3-bath house had extensive renovations and a nearly one-acre lot. The selling price was well below its original list price of $799,000.
In Winding Lakes I (south of Palmetto Park Road), 22396 Waterside Drive sold for $585,000 with 4 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, a 0.6 acre lot and a very impressive kitchen, all in 2900 square feet.
Also south of Palmetto, 22585 Lemon Tree Lane (picture at top of article) sold for $547,250 with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in just 2500 square feet. This is another large lot at 1.2 acres.
North of Glades Road, three homes sold in Island Lakes including 11874 Island Lakes Lane at $580,000. This is a rare two-story home in Island Lakes with 5 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths in nearly 3100 square feet. The house sold in just 7 days. With higher list price and patience the sale price could have topped $600,000.
The other two sales in Island Lakes were the popular 2440 square foot model with 11560 Island Lakes Lane selling at $500,000 in just 5 days and 11720 Island Lakes Lane at $450,000 after 3 months on the market. The lower priced home had a more dated interior, though an arguably better location.
Indian Head was very active with eight sales already, compared to eight sales for all of 2017. 21044 Shady Vista Lane was the only home in 2018 so far that sold for over $400,000 at $440,000. That house has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in 2100 square feet. Thanks to fresh renovations it sold in just 5 days.
Two homes on Shady Vista sold for $390,000 each, at 21077 Shady Vista Lane and 20972 Shady Vista Lane. Selling for $380,000 was 20858 Sugarloaf Lane, and two more sold for $370,000 – 21269 Purple Sage Lane and 20847 Sugarloaf Lane. These are all 3 and 4 bedroom homes between 1900 and 2500 square feet, and all sold in less than two months.
The low end in Indian Head was 21230 Raindance Lane at $335,000 with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in 2000 square feet. It’s not clear from the listing why it sold for so much less, but it sat on the market for nearly 5 months.
Crystal Cove Estates
The newer homes on Kensington Court continue to sell well. Prices and sales volume are similar to 2017. There have been two sales so far in 2017:
The nearly 3900 square foot house at 11605 Kensington Court sold for $642,500 after 10 months on the market. Smaller but all on one floor, 11597 Kensington Court sold for $611,000 in less than three weeks.
As usual the Country Landing subdivisions were the busiest with 17 transactions so far in 2018. Prices varied more with a low of $295,000 for the small 1400 square foot house at 11418 Country Sound Court in Country Landing I, and three houses going for over $450,000.
In Country Landing 4, north of Glades Road, 11956 Sunchase Court sold for $465,000 with 4 bedrooms and 2 baths in 2000 square feet, and it went in just 3 days. Next door the same model at 11944 Sunchase Court got $455,000, also selling quickly.
Two more of the same model sold in Country Landing 3 over $400K with 21100 Woodspring Avenue at $457,400, in just 11 days, and next door 21090 Woodspring Avenue at $415,000 in only 5 days. And three more sold under $400K. A bank-owned foreclosure sold for only $330,000, while the other two went for $365K and $395K.
Country Landing I had 3 sales including the $295K low price, and two 1900 square foot 4-bedrooms at $380K and $350K.
There were six sales in Country Landing II, most in the mid-300 price range. 11668 Quiet Waters Lane managed to get $394,000 with only 1640 square feet. Listed as needing TLC, 21303 Summertrace Circle only got $315,000 out of its 1750 square feet.
Cimarron continues to sell well with a high price of $420,000 for the 1900 square foot 3 bedroom at 21636 Little Bear Lane. The low there was 11480 Chipmunk Drive with 2600 square feet, the price possibly affected by its corner location facing busy Ponderosa Drive.
Prices are up 7.5% in Timberwalk to an average of nearly $250,000. Of the 10 transactions this year so far, only two were below the 2017 average of $232,000, and only slightly below at $225K and $226K. Six of the transactions in the first six months of 2018 were at $250,000 or above, compared to four for all of 2017. The high price remains at or near $275,000, with 22529 Vistawood Way selling for just above that with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths in 1400 square feet.
A total of 42 homes sold in Mission Bay in the first half of 2018, including 31 single family homes and 11 townhomes.
Single Family Homes
Only one home sold in Cordova Estates, at the second highest price in the development. 20369 Hacienda Court, with 5 bedrooms and 3 baths in 3,054 square feet, was purchased for $558,000 after five months on the market.
The price seems low for the size and condition of the house, but the odd location on the corner of a makeshift cul de sac may have made it harder to sell.
Six houses sold in The Isle, including the highest price in Mission Bay. 10735 Avenida Santa Ana landed a buyer at $630,000 in only 47 days. The house has 5 bedrooms and 3 baths in over 3100 square feet on one floor, with some very nice finishes and features throughout the house
Two smaller 2500 square foot houses in the Isle sold for $490K and $495K while the lowest prices were $393K and $394K for two bank-owned foreclosures.
Sonata also broke the $500K mark with 20270 Monteverdi Circle selling at $529,000 in just 13 days. The 5 bedroom, 3 1/2 bath house has 3000 square feet on two floors.
Not far behind was 10934 Ravel Court at $480,000 with 4 bedrooms in 3000 square feet. There were five other home sales in Sonata, with two of them below $400K. Both of those were due for some updating.
Rounding out the north side of Glades, six houses sold in Ventura, three of them between $460K and $465K. All of those were 4 bedrooms with roughly 2300 square feet and they sold quickly. Ventura had another quick sale at $450K, and one buyer got a bargain with 20380 Cozumel Court at only $380,000 with 2500 square feet, remodeling and a new roof. Two attempts to sell via Miami brokers failed and then a Palm Beach broker got it done.
The highest price south of Glades was $485,000 for 20940 Avenel Run in Regatta. The house has 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths in 2800 square feet, and it sold in only 5 days. Recent renovation with high end finishes certainly helped.
Two houses sold in La Costa, with 20933 La Plata Court going for $450,000 with 4 bedrooms and 3 baths in only 2260 square feet. The seller had done some remodeling, especially in the kitchen, but the bathrooms were dated. It went fast after only 5 days on the market.
Also in La Costa the smaller 20921 La Plata Court sold for $379,000 in less than a month with 3 bedrooms in 1900 square feet.
Laguna had five sales. 10694 San Bernardino Way was the top there at $426,000 for a 4-bedroom in 2200 square feet. Right behind it in price, the larger 2900 square foot 5 bedroom at 10668 Santa Laguna Drive went for $123,500.
Two houses in Laguna sold very low at $321,000 and $313,500, both 3 bedrooms with 1900 square feet and in need of work. The cheaper one’s listing indicated a mold problem.
Harbour Springs had three sales. Two smaller houses with 1900-2000 square feet sold for $375,000 and $376,000, while the larger 2900 square foot 5 bedroom at 11201 Harbour Springs Circle took an even $400,000. The house was on and off the market for over 18 months and sold well below its $489,000 listing price.
Reflections saw 8 transactions from $274,000 for a 1600 square foot 2 bedroom on Via Marisa to $325,000 for 10490 Lake Vista Circle (3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2000 square feet).
Three townhomes sold in a tighter range in Las Flores with a 1600 square foot 4-bedroom on Via Jasmine selling for $294,000 and two 1800 square foot models on Via Oleander each selling for $300,000.
Eighteen homes sold in Boca Woods for the first half of 2018, while Stonebridge saw eleven transactions. The mandatory membership golf club communities have seen home prices challenged by a high volume of homes listed and a limited number of buyers. Despite that the news in the first half of 2018 looks good for home sellers.
The high price last year in Boca Woods was $410,000 and that was topped by two sales. 10842 Pine Bark Lane went for $450,000, while 11391 Boca Woods Lane got $430,000. On the downside four homes sold in a low range from $110,000 to $125,000. Three houses sold in the low $300s from $315K to $330K. Most of the lower priced homes are around 2000 square feet, while those over $250,000 were all 2800 square feet or larger.
Despite the saturation problem (currently 40 homes listed for sale), prices appear to have risen both on the high end and the low end.
With 35 homes listed Stonebridge is still a buyer’s market. Two houses sold for $95,000, both lower than the 2017 low of $102,500. Three houses sold over $450K, but no others over $370K. The top price was $490,000 for 10818 Ashmont Drive, with 3 bedrooms and 4 baths in nearly 3600 square feet.
The best buyer’s bargain was 10578 Stonebridge Boulevard, with over 3500 square feet selling for just $255,000.
In 2017 there were 5 sales over $400k with two all the way up at $495K. There’s half a year to go for 2018 so there’s hope that there will be more sales in the high 400s or even one breaking the $500K mark. Three of the homes listed are asking for prices above $600K. Boca Woods home sellers are less ambitious with none listed over $500K.
Just a quick update on the West Boca real estate market at the end of February. 274 homes have sold this year so far, 176 of them (including 141 condos, townhomes and villas) for less than $300,000.
75 homes sold for prices between $300K and $500K, all but three of them single family homes.
From $500K to $800K there were only 16 transactions, 9 of them in Boca Falls with 4 more in Boca Isles and 2 in Saturnia.
Over $800,000 there were 7 transactions all near Clint Moore with 3 in The Oaks, 2 in Long Lake Estates, 1 in Le Rivage and the most expensive one in Horseshoe Acres by auction for $3.1 Million, well off the list price of $4.35M. What’s For Sale?
West of the Turnpike and south of the Delray line there are currently 802 homes on the market including 396 single family homes, 112 townhomes and villas, 287 condos and 7 mobile homes.
447 homes are listed for $300,000 or less, mostly condos and townhomes.
Between $300K and $500K there are 193 homes, nearly all of them single family.
In the $500K-$800K range there are 86 for sale, all single family homes. They tend to be in specific neighborhoods including Boca Falls, Boca Isles, Saturnia, The Shores, The Oaks and Avalon, with a smaller number in Boca Winds, Boca Reserve, Palma Vista, Loggers Run and Mission Bay.
76 homes are listed above $800,000, concentrated in The Oaks and Long Lake Estates. Did You Notice?
In the sub-$300K market the number of transactions was more than 60% of the number listed. Homes under $300K sell fast. Keep in mind the sales are over a two month span.
In the lower middle range between $300K and $500K this drops to less than 40%. From $500K to $800K it drops to less than 20%. And over $800K the number of sales in that two month window is less than 10% of the number listed.
This should not be a surprise but less expensive homes sell more quickly. At the high end the market is so saturated with homes for sale that it gets very tough to get a good price for your house and it may not sell at all. You have to be patient. If you need to sell quickly, you may have to price it below market value. Saturation
When a lot of homes in the same community are on the market, it’s harder for a seller to stand out and get full value for their home. Buyers have a lot of other choices.
In The Oaks 10% of all the homes in the development are listed for sale. The country clubs are similar. 11% of the homes in Stonebridge are on the market. Boca Woods is doing a little better at 6% on the market. Avalon has 6% listed.
Perhaps the most saturated is Le Rivage, a small superluxury development on the northeast corner of Lyons and Clint Moore, where 5 of the 18 houses (28%) are listed for sale. Prices range from $2M up to $3.75M. Across the street Long Lake Estates has over 13% of its homes listed with prices from $1.1M to $7M.
Compare that to Boca Falls where there are only 20 houses listed right now, less than 3% of the development. In Saturnia there are currently 13 homes listed out of 414, just over 3%. The Shores, Boca Greens and Palma Vista all have about 4% of their homes on the market. Mission Bay has 18 houses listed. Not Saturated
It may be a good time to list when few other homes are listed like yours.
Boca Isles has 19 homes listed out of 876 or around 2%. Boca Winds has even fewer with only 15 houses listed out of 1100 homes in total, not much over 1%. Inventory seems particularly thin in Loggers’ Run with only 11 single family homes on the market. There are only 2 homes listed in The Lakes at Boca Raton (north of Yamato near Cain, and only 6 single family listings in Boca Chase (plus 2 in the 55+ homes). Lexington Estates only has one home listed.
Another area that’s very thin is around Lyons Road south of Glades where there is one home for sale in Escondido and nothing in Timbers of Boca or Pine Springs. The road construction on Lyons may have discouraged sellers.
We’re finishing up the 33428 zip code with three smaller neighborhoods that sold well in 2017. Palma Vista and Avalon are on the east side of US-441 between Palmetto and Glades, while Boca Reserve is between Loggers’ Run and Boca Winds on the south side of Palmetto Park Road. Avalon
Four homes sold in Avalon this past year, all on Parkview Avenue with 5 bedrooms, 3-4 baths, and 3-car garages, and all built in 1998. They sold in 5 weeks or less. There were no transactions on Cypress Palm Court.
Two of the sales were 3400 square models with 4 full baths, one for $680K and the other for $690K. The smallest of the homes at 2800 square feet sold for $578K with 3 full baths while a slightly larger model with 3 1/2 baths sold for $565K.
HOA fees in Avalon are about $300/month. The average home price for 2017 was $628,000.
Palma Vista Way saw nine homes sold while one sold on La Vista Circle. All the homes were built between 2000 and 2002.
The lowest price was 9772 Palma Vista Way at $499K with 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths in 2500 square feet. On the high end 21180 La Vista Circle sold for $735K with 6 bedrooms and 5 1/2 baths in 3800 square feet. That was the only one over $700K. The same model sold for $690K at 9713 Palma Vista Way.
The most average of the homes sold was 9839 Palma Vista Way selling for $600,000 with 5 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths in 3400 square feet.
HOA fees in Palma Vista are about $350/month. The average price for the development was $596K. They’re not moving fast as all the homes took at least one month to sell and the average was over three months.
Palma Vista is particularly attractive to people who appreciate the easy access to the Jewish Federation campus and the JCC. The neighborhood is also within walking distance to West Boca Medical Center and the Westwinds shopping plaza (Publix and Home Depot). Boca Reserve
Two homes sold in the small and fairly new Boca Reserve development. Both were built in 2013.
12090 Boca Reserve Lane sold for $730,000. The 4000 square foot 5 bedroom has 4 1/2 baths. It sat on the market off and on for over a year mainly due to a high original list price of $899,000. It sold quickly after the list price was lowered to $749,000. It was purchased new from the builder in 2013 for $637K.
The smaller 12106 Boca Reserve Lane sold for $715,000 with 4 bedrooms and 3 1/2 baths in 3000 square feet. This one sold in 8 days with an original list price of $749,000. The seller had just bought the house in February 2016 for $675,000, and the previous owner got it from the builder for $570K.
HOA fees in Boca Reserve are about $200/month.
48 homes sold in Boca Falls during 2017. Prices ranged from a low of $415,000 up to a high of $820,000. The neighborhood average was $586,000 for a 3200 square foot house with 4 or 5 bedrooms and a 3-car garage. Homes in this price range take a little longer to sell, with a Boca Falls average of just over two months.
That $415K low is the lowest price not related to foreclosure that we’ve seen in Boca Falls in at least three years. The real low in Boca Falls is closer to $450K, and most homes sold for well over $500K.
Differences in Boca Falls are not as dramatic as some other developments like Boca Winds, Loggers’ Run or Mission Bay. The Estates and Crystal Pointe are generally seen as more expensive, mainly because the houses are larger. Cascades
Six homes sold in the Cascades subdivision with an average price of $540K. 21776 Westmont Court was the largest at 3250 square feet with 5 bedrooms and the highest price at $650,000. Four 4-bedroom models between 2700 and 3000 square feet sold from $473K to $575K. The smallest home that sold in Boca Falls this year, 12306 Antille Drive with 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths in under 2000 square feet, sold for $475,000. Crystal Pointe
The average in Crystal Pointe for 2017 was $645,000, held down a bit by one distressed 5-bedroom that sold for $570K. The three highest prices were all on Marigot Drive including two large homes that went for nearly $750,000. Emerald Isle
Emerald Isle has the lowest turnover in Boca Falls and only one home sold on Hyland Circle in 2017. 12806 Hyland Circle, a 5 bedroom with 2800 square feet on two floors, sold for $535,000. Emerald Pointe
Five homes sold on Yardley Drive in 2017, with the biggest price variation among the subdivisions. Two smaller 2500 square foot models sold for just under $450K, while the 4600 square foot 12570 Yardley Drive sold for $820K. Two 3300 square foot also sold, a four bedroom for $522K and a five bedroom for $642K. The average for Emerald Pointe was $574,000. The Estates
The Estates had the highest average price for 2017 at $665,000, and also the largest average size at 4000 square feet. Three 3200 square foot homes sold from $570K to $600K. A 3800 square foot 5-bedroom also sold for $590K. Three 4600 square foot models with 4-car garages sold, all for over $700,000, with the highest going for $790K. An even larger 7 bedroom with 5000 square feet on two floors sold for $702,000. Majestic Bay
Three one-floor homes around 2700 square feet sold on Torbay Drive and Abington Court from $470K to $540K. Each has four bedrooms and two-car garages. Majestic Pointe
Prices averaged $575K on Gosier Way and Halstead Drive. There was one distressed 5 bedroom that sold for $497K. Otherwise the transactions started at $515K for a 2700 square foot 4-bedroom up to $725K for a 5-bedroom with 3400 square feet. Mystic Bay
Four homes, all five bedrooms, sold in Mystic Bay. One of them was a distressed sale at $495K for a 2800 square foot model on one floor. Two others of the same model sold for $590K and $615K. A 3200 square foot model on two floors with an extra 1 1/2 bathrooms sold for $628,000. Mystic Cove
Three one-floor models between 2400 and 2800 square feet sold for $550K to $604K. They all went for more than $200 per square foot and sold in less than seven weeks. Victoria Falls
Cascades Pointe Drive and Riverfalls Court are both dominated by two models, both with three full baths and three-car garages. Three of the larger model, 3250 square feet with five bedrooms on two floors, sold for $600K, $605K and $605K. A fourth sale is pending at closer to $620K. The lower priced one is on a corner lot with no waterfront but has substantial upgrades including a new pool.
The smaller model, 2350 square feet with four bedrooms on one floor, had two sales. One at 12372 Cascades Pointe sold for $530,000 in two months. That’s up from $425,000 two years earlier. The other at 12355 Cascades Pointe sold for the very low price of $415,000 after well over a year off and on the market. We may write an article comparing these two properties in the future.