The Best-Selling Southeast Florida Communities in 2019

These communities in Southeast Florida earned a lot of attention from homebuyers in 2019.

Southeast Florida really embodies the active adult lifestyle. There’s sun and nature and plenty of beaches and golf courses. There are also some highly desirable and well-located 55+ communities for buyers who are thinking about a Florida retirement or looking for a fun place to live.

Using homebuying data, we gathered together the best-selling Southeast Florida communities in 2019. It looks like condos are the most popular properties to buy, likely for their affordability and easy access to amenities and attractions. Let’s take a look at what else made the list.

1. Century Village EastDeerfield Beach, FL

Below $100k – Mid $200s

Homes for sale in Broward County don’t get more exciting and affordable than the condos available at Century Village East, which explains why it’s the top seller of 2019. This 55+ community has a number of mid-rise condo buildings with two to four floors, elevators, and security.

Homes offer one to two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms, and buyers can choose from eight models with between 650 and 1,100 square feet. Open floor plans provide spacious and sun-filled rooms, and the patio or balcony space with each unit comes with a view of the water or the golf course.

Residents are never bored at Century Village East. The amenities are extensive, with nearly 20 pools, a 145,000-square-foot clubhouse, a fitness center, and spaces for tennis, shuffleboard, horseshoes, and volleyball. The golf course has 18 holes, and there’s a photography studio and a music room as well. Community transit is available for people with errands to run or appointments to keep, and there’s an active social calendar that includes events like painting classes, day trips, and movie nights. Also, Deerfield Beach has a dramatic fishing pier and quiet, tranquil beaches.

Learn more information about Century Village East here.

2. Wynmoor VillageCoconut Creek, FL

Below $100k – Mid $200s

Condos at Wynmoor Village, a 55+ community in Coconut Creek, are selling fast, and it’s likely due to the Wynmoor Golf Club, which provides residents with a seasonal membership opportunity or the ability to pay as they play. Other community amenities include a woodworking studio, a stone and clay studio, and space for ceramics, stained glass, and painting. The clubhouse also has a fitness center, a business center, and a lecture hall.

Outside, residents can enjoy a resort-style pool, shuffleboard courts, tennis courts, and a walking pool. Dozens of clubs and special interest groups bring neighbors together and provide social and learning opportunities.

Most of the resale condo homes have upgrades such as new floors and appliances, and buyers can choose between 550 and more than 1,250 square feet with one to three bedrooms and one to two-and-a-half bathrooms. There’s plenty of well-lit and secure parking, and the HOA ensures a low-maintenance lifestyle. The community is close to the heart of Coconut Creek, which is fun to explore. Plenty of shows and great food can be found at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, as well as the opportunity to win big.

Learn more information about Wynmoor Village here.

3. Kings Point in Delray BeachDelray Beach, FL

Below $100k – Mid $100s

With three clubhouses as well as affordable home prices, it’s no wonder Kings Point in Delray Beach was a hot seller in Southeast Florida last year. Here, buyers will find resale condos in one- and two-story buildings throughout a well-maintained neighborhood. There are six one- and two-bedroom models available with one-and-a-half or two bathrooms and between 762 and 1,100 square feet. Buyers who are downsizing or thinking about a part-time snowbird residence in Florida will find these options ideal.

There’s a main clubhouse with a fitness center, an indoor pool, a library, a card room, a billiards room, a cafe, a beauty salon, and a woodworking shop, among other amenities. The Flanders Clubhouse and Monaco Clubhouse also have fitness centers and meeting space.

Plenty of pools, tennis courts, and shuffleboard courts are found throughout this 55+ community, and there’s an 18-hole executive golf course as well as an 18-hole par-three golf course. Community transit is available into Delray Beach, where residents can enjoy shopping and visiting the Pineapple Grove Arts District.

Learn more information about Kings Point in Delray Beach here.

4. Century Village at Pembroke PinesPembroke Pines, FL

Below $100k – Low $200s

Buyers seeking Broward County homes for sale continued to choose low-maintenance and affordable condos in 2019, and many of them selected a home at Century Village at Pembroke Pines. This 55+ community has 7,700 homes in mid-rise buildings with two to four floors. The HOA fee includes exterior maintenance, landscaping, and trash collection. Offering 600 to 1,500 square feet, the condos come in one- or two-bedroom models as well as studios.

An 18-hole golf course, 23 satellite pools, and a large party room next to a catering kitchen in the clubhouse are just some of the outstanding amenities available to residents. There’s also a fitness center, a heated indoor pool, a ballroom, a performance theater, and an on-site pharmacy. Community transit is available, and there are courts for tennis, shuffleboard, and pickleball. Game nights, pool parties, and exercise classes are frequently held, and Pembroke Pines is just 23 miles north of Miami. 

Learn more information about Century Village at Pembroke Pines here. 

5. The CascadesBoynton Beach, FL

High $200s – Mid $400s

It wasn’t all about the condos in 2019; single-family homes at The Cascades in Boynton Beach also had high sales numbers. These modern homes in an active 55+ community provide open floor plans, spacious bedrooms, and low-maintenance, well-landscaped outside space. Homes offer 1,760 to 2,483 square feet with two or three bedrooms, two or two-and-a-half bathrooms, and attached two-car garages. Five models offer buyers options such as upgraded kitchens and extra storage space. 

Amenities at the clubhouse include a fitness center, a television lounge, and a meeting room. There’s also a cafe, a sauna, a library, a card room, a billiards room, and a tennis pro shop. Outside are two resort-style pools with a patio and a poolside pavilion. Ten Har-Tru tennis courts are available, and residents frequently gather together for workshops, classes, and social clubs. Boynton Beach is well-known for its shopping, dining, and proximity to outstanding beaches. 

Learn more information about The Cascades here.

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