Boca Chase includes two areas of single family homes to the west and east along with some 55+ senior communities in the middle.
Western Boca Chase
Thirteen single family homes sold in the western part of Boca Chase with prices ranging from a high of nearly $460,000 down to $265,000. This section of Boca Chase has less reported crime, perhaps because it’s further back or maybe criminals fear getting trapped in a place with only one way out. It’s one of the safest non-gated communities in West Boca and offers some great bargains for buyers.
Two somewhat larger houses sold for $450K or more. 11061 Lakeaire Circle in Impressions III closed at $459,000 with four bedrooms in 2700 square feet. The house was fully renovated with some nice features in the kitchen including a deep sink and a wine refrigerator. Selling at $450,000 even was Coral Bay’s 18116 Blue Lake Way, also a four bedroom with an extra full bath in 2800 square feet. This one had fewer updates but a waterfront lot.
A total of five homes sold in Impressions I, with three-bedroom 21421 Millbrook Court selling for the most at $415,000. That house took over 7 months to sell but the patient seller was rewarded with a good price for only 2100 square feet.
The low end prices were both in the Impressions subdivisions. At bottom was 21271 Sawmill Court, a foreclosed bank-owned 1900 square foot 3-bedroom that needs some work. Also below $300,000 was 11225 Jasmine Hill Circle, a 3-bedroom with 1700 square feet with a barebones listing from a Miami realtor indicating that the house needs TLC and upgrades.
Other than those two troubled homes, the floor in the western part of Boca Chase seems to be around $350,000. 21230 Sawmill Court sold for $350,900 with only two bedrooms in 1700 square feet. It did have some nice remodeling.
Eastern Boca Chase
The eastern section of Boca Chase is mostly single family homes with a small section of townhomes, though no townhomes sold in the first half of 2018.
Only one home sold over the $400K mark, 18484 102nd Way S in Bentbrook. It’s a four bedroom with 2300 square feet and it sold in just three days. The house is in an odd location, backed up the Florence Fuller center.
A few homes sold in the upper 300s. 10173 182nd Court S in Barrington went for $390,000 with four bedrooms in 2000 square feet. That house had extensive remodeling with some nice finishes, though the black kitchen appliances may have clashed for some buyers. It took three months to sell.
Two more of those homes sold in Bentbrook. 10331 186th Court S ($381,150, 3 beds, 2500 sq.ft.) and 10377 185th Street S ($380,000, 4 beds, 2300 sq.ft.).
The lower end held up better than in western Boca Chase with two smaller 1400 square foot houses in Hidden Lake selling for $318,000 and $310,000. Nothing sold below $310K, but there were no REO or short sale transactions.
We include Boca Vista in our Boca Chase report. It’s a small gated community of thirty homes. 10184 Boca Vista Drive sold for $385,000 with three bedrooms in 2000 square feet.
Boca Chase 55+
Twenty homes sold in the senior parts of Boca Chase with prices from $164,000 to $265,000.
The top prices for these active adult communities were in Greenbriar and Sweetwater. 10537 Greenbriar Court was the highest at $265,000 for the three bedroom with 1800 square feet. 10981 Lakemore Lane A in Sweetwater sold for $260,000 with two bedrooms in 1550 square feet. Nothing in these two communities sold for less than $205,000, with a total of thirteen sales.
Waterberry peaked at $195,000 for 10863 Waterberry, a two bedroom with 1400 square feet. Seven units sold with the bottom being two 1400 square foot villas at $164,000 and $165,000.