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11825 Heron Bay Blvd., Coral Springs, Florida 33321
Heron Bay is Laced with Canals and Has Beautiful Single Family Homes, Condos, Town Homes, a TPC Golf Course, Gated Entries and Manicured Grounds
Heron Bay is a large, gated community that is partly in Coral Springs and partly in Parkland in southeastern Florida. Some homes have a Coral Springs address and some have a Parkland address. Building started in the mid-1990s and continues today.
Laced with canals and away from much of the hustle and bustle of the area, Heron Bay has single family homes, condos and town homes in dozens of named neighborhoods. Most sections feature some style of Mediterranean or Spanish Colonial architecuture. Many homes are large with three to six bedrooms and back to water or sit along a golf course fairway. The well manicured grounds are peppered with tropical gardens and tall coconut palms. In fact, Heron Bay has so much water and open areas that it is a designated Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary, a certification program that works with communities to protect the environment.
Prices begin in the low-$500,000s. Please verify this price with a Realtor as it is bound to change.
In addition to the lush 18 hole TPC golf course that winds its way through Heron Bay, amenities include two clubhouses, resort-style swimming pools, a spa, an athletic center, racquetball courts, tennis courts and more. The two entrances to the community are both manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The development's western end abuts Everglades National Park so wildlife is always close at hand.
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