Coral Springs Real Estate
Though less than 50 years old, the City of Coral Springs, Florida, is the 11th largest in the state of Florida, with almost 127,000 residents. The City of Coral Springs is part of It is part of Broward County, Florida, and of the South Florida metropolitan area. The city of Coral Springs experienced tremendous growth in the 1980s and '90s, with its population more than tripling from 1980, when the city was home to about 37,000. The City of Coral Springs has a total area of 23.93 square miles and borders the city of Parkland, Coconut Creek, Margate, North Lauderdale, and Tamarac. Thanks to careful planning by government officials, the Coral Springs community has maintained a high quality of life amid the growth, with numerous parks, quality schools, preserved wetlands and a variety of recreational facilities and programs.
The 180-acre Sportsplex at Coral Springs includes facilities for swimming, tennis, ice skating, golf and more. More than three dozen community and neighborhood parks provide facilities for baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball, football and lacrosse, along with playgrounds, picnic areas, walking/jogging trails and more. Coral Springs Center for the Arts provides live theatre and musical performances and is the site of the Coral Springs Museum of Art. In the heart of Coral Springs is the Coral Square Mall, which has fabulous shopping and dining nearby.
Coral Springs students attend Broward County Public Schools, the nation's sixth-largest fully-accredited school district, serving more than 274,000 K-12 students. A number of private schools are also available in Coral Springs and nearby Ft. Lauderdale and Boca Raton. Eight colleges are located within a short drive from Coral Springs, including Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton and Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale.
Coral Springs' proximity to Boca Raton, Ft. Lauderdale and the beach make it convenient to a variety of shopping, dining, beaches, and recreation.
In Coral Springs, you will lovely homes for sale in communities such as Addison Court, The Arbors, Bay Pointe, Brookside, Brookside Grove, Brookside Isles, Carriage Pointe, Coral Creek, Coral Springs Country Club, Coral Springs Hills, Coral Trace, Coral Shores, Coventry Cove, Coventry Place, Cypress Glen, Cypress Run, Eagle Creek, Eagle Trace, Enclave, French Quarter, Golden Bay, Governor's Walk, Heron Bay, Hidden Hammocks, Hidden Hammocks Estates, The Islands, The Isles, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Maplewood, Maplewood Addition, Maplewood Isles, Maplewood Estates, Maplewood Townhouses, Maplewood Villas, Mariners Cove, Mayfair, Newport, North Springs, Oakbrook, The Oaks, Park Place, Parkwood X, Pelican Isle, Pelican Pointe, Pelican Trail East, Pelican Trail West, Pine Ridge, Ridgeview, Running Brooke Hills, Shadow Wood, St. John Woods, Summer Hill Estates, Summer Wind, Treasure Island, Tuscany, Vanderbilt Estates, Ventana, Vizcaya, Waterside, West Glen, Whispering Woods, and Wyndham Lakes.
The large Heron Bay community spans both Parkland and Coral Springs and offers homes for sale with country club living and lavish amenities. This award-winning, enivronmentally- friendly golfing community offers a variety of properties, from starter homes to executive estates. Shopping, modern medical facilities, and the excellent Broward County public schools are all close at hand. Heron Bay has several homes for sale in communities in Coral Springs which include: The Enclave, Fairways, The Falls, Long Cove, L'Hermitage, Mizner Village, Pine Ridge, The Pointe, Turtle Run, Tuscany, and Villa Sorrento.
Coral Springs Homes For Sale
Real estate in Coral Springs, FL, with its woderful weather and schools, is a great place to buy your dream home! Many homes for sale in Coral Springs feature spacious floor plans, lushy landscaping, wood, marble, and tile floors, large kitchens, and heated and screened pools. Coral Springs homes for sale start at $200,000 and run up into the millions.