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Smith Farm Lake Worth FL Homes for Sale

by Michael Goldberg


Smith Farm Homes for Sale Lake Worth FL

Smith Farm Lake Worth Florida Homes for Sale

 

Welcome to Smith Farm homes for sale in Lake Worth!  Smith Farm is a family-oriented master-planned gated community located on Hypoluxo Road between Jog Road and State Road 441 in Lake Worth, FL. Developed by Minto Group, Inc. and the Centre Island Development Group, Smith Farm homes are known for their open and spacious floor plans and attractive design features. The community is a safe haven for families with children and includes a 24-hour manned and gated guard house. Smith Farm's impressive entrance welcomes you with mature oak trees, beautiful landscaping, and massive stone walls.

 

The Goldberg Group - Serving Lake Worth  FL Real Estate Buyers and Sellers - Call Today! 561-231-0021 

 

The community is comprised of ten distinct subdivisions (villages) and includes over 1,200 single-family and estate homes. Buyers will find a large selection of spacious homes with three to six bedroom floor plans ranging in size from approximately 2,400 Sq.ft. to 4,500 sq.ft. of living space. Homes are situated on 80 acres of lakes and cypress preserves and many residences come with private swimming pools and generously-sized backyards. Smith Farm subdivisions include Bridlewood, Candlewood, Hampton Creek, Forest View, Kingsmill, Legacy, Legacy Chase, Legacy Reserve, Millwalk, and Timberwood.

 

The community features an 8-acre, residents-only, private park along with a wide array of exceptional amenities including a clubhouse, resort-style swimming pool, kiddie pool, spa, fully-appointed fitness center, a pavilion for birthday parties and special events, large children’s play areas, and walking/biking paths. Smith Farm’s low HOA fee includes premium cable, maintenance of the common areas and clubhouse, and the 24/7-manned security entry gate. Smith Farm Homes for sale in Lake Worth range in price from around $250, 000 - $750,000. The zip code for Smith Farm real estate in Lake Worth FL is 33467.

 

Smith Farm Lake Worth FL Real Estate & Subdivisions


The Bridlewood subdivision is smaller enclave comprised of 57 single-family homes offering a variety of three to five bedroom floor plans. Most homes were built in the late 1990s and come with a two car garage. The Candlewood village was developed between 1996 to 1999 and offers a variety of three to five bedroom floor plans along with a two car garage. Nearly half of the homes offer scenic lake views. The Forest View subdivision was developed in the mid-to-late 1990s and includes 160 single-family homes with views of the serene cypress preserve. The Kingsmill village was developed in the early 2000s.

 

The Legacy neighborhood offers three to five bedroom single-family homes that were built in the late 1990s to the early 2000s. Homes range in size from 2,400 Sq.ft .to 4,400 Sq.ft. and come with up to a three-car garage. The Legacy Chase subdivision was developed in 2001 and offers spacious single-family homes with up to six bedrooms ranging in size from 2,400 Sq.ft.to nearly 4,500 Sq.ft. of living space. Legacy Reserve includes single and two-story single-family homes with three to five-bedroom floor plans ranging in size from 2,400 Sq.ft. to 4,000 Sq.ft. of living space, and come with a three-car garage.

 

The Millwalk village was developed in the late 1990s and includes single and two-story single-family homes with three to five-bedroom floor plans and a two car garage. The Timberwood neighborhood was developed between 1998 and 1999 and offers single and two story single-family homes with three to five-bedroom floor plans and a two-car garage. The Hampton Creek village was developed in the late 1990s to early 2000s and offers single and two-story single family homes with three to six bedroom floor plans and up to a three-car garage.

 

Smith Farm Lake Worth Florida Homes for Sale

 

Smith Farm Lake Worth FL home for sales are served by the Palm Beach County School District. Students attend A-rated schools including Coral Reef Elementary School, Woodlands Middle School, and Park Vista High School. The community offers easy access to both I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, making the Palm Beach International Airport just a short car ride away. Florida beaches are within a 15-minute drive and CityPlace, Boynton Beach Mall and The Mall at Wellington Green shopping destinations are within an easy striking distance from the community. If you are looking for safe, family-friendly, gated community close to everything, Smith Farm is a great place to call home!  

 

The Goldberg Group - Serving Lake Worth FL Real Estate Buyers and Sellers - Call Today! 561-231-0021

 

With uncompromising standards of integrity honesty and service, our team will give you the assurance that your home sale or purchase with be completed promptly, professionally, an ethically. Please give us a call today and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!

 
Michael Goldberg, Realtor®
The Goldberg Group
1035 S. State Rd. 7
West Palm Beach, FL 33414
561-231-0021
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guide to West Palm Beach: Entertainment, Outdoors, & More

by Michael Goldberg

West Palm Beach is one of the smaller South Florida cities, but it certainly doesn’t feel like it. There is a nightlife and entertainment district that’s buzzing year-round, top-rated restaurants and outdoor activities to keep the whole family occupied. The city is great for vacationers, or for those who want to stick around for a while. Round-up the family and the golf clubs and head out to the Palm Beaches this January.

 

This city has a tropical climate. There are two main seasons: wet and dry. The wet season lasts from May through October, with thunderstorms usually rolling in daily in the afternoon. Temperatures sit around 90 degrees during the wet season, and the air is very humid. Consider purchasing an air purifier for your home or office for some breathable balance. The dry season takes place from November to April. It’s still warm, around 80 degrees at the highest, but some nights may experience frost.

 

Most people get around West Palm Beach by car. There are two options for public transportation: the Palm Tran and Molly’s Trolleys. The Palm Tran has more than 3,500 bus stops, and fares run $2 for a single trip. Molly’s Trolley is free and it circles the Downtown area. The flat terrain makes the city very bikeable, and there are several shops in the area that offer bicycle rentals.   

Places to see

Located about 10 minutes from downtown, the Flagler Museum is where visitors can go to learn about the history of Florida as a tourist destination. The museum was the home of Henry Flagler, who co-founded Standard Oil. It is housed in Whitehall mansion, which Flagler built for his third wife Mary Lily Kenan. Flagler is credited with making Florida more tourist-friendly through million-dollar construction projects such as the Ponce De Leon Hotel, the Florida East Coast Railway. He eventually gained the nickname as the “Father of Miami.”  

 

The Palm Beach Zoo is a fun family-friendly attraction in the city. The zoo takes up a total of 23-acres, and it houses more than 1,400 animals in a natural tropical habitat. There’s an aquarium, tiger exhibit, and reptile house. Visitors also have the option of getting up close and personal with sloths, tortoises or koalas. The zoo hosts many events during the week. It also has daily shows including one with more than 20 bird species.

Things to do

As the city’s name implies, there are nearly endless miles of beautiful beaches in the area. With the Gulf Stream nearby, the ocean water stays warm year-round. Pack a beach bag and head to R.G. Kreusler Park. Located about 20 minutes from downtown, this beach has lifeguards on duty, a boardwalk to a fishing pier and a park shaded by palm trees.

 

John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is a popular spot among kayakers. The park has a shallow reef which has many colorful fish, and it hosts live music on Sundays. Breaker’s Reef is a great snorkeling spot. It’s necessary to bring fins, as there is a strong current. But visitors may be able to spot stingrays, eels, and octopus.

 

Beach visitors should check the Cape Canaveral launch schedule. While people can see rocket launches from anywhere in Florida, the beaches and clear night sky often provide the best views.

Nightlife and entertainment

Those living in the surrounding Palm Beach County know West Palm Beach is the place to go for nightlife. A free trolley connects the hottest spots, CityPlace and Clematis Street. CityPlace has several restaurants, shops, and a 20 screen movie theater. A brand-new bowling alley opened in 2013, and the area has a popular karaoke bar called WannaB’s. The area has a dance club as well as a country western bar with an expansive beer menu.

 

Families head to Clematis Street during the day so their children can run through the dancing water fountain or grab a cone at Sloan’s Ice Cream. At night, the area is filled with 20-somethings who filter through the various nightclubs. There are many nightlife options to choose from, including a wine bar, rooftop bar, and a hookah bar.

Where to eat

Many Florida cities have a wide variety of cuisines, and West Palm Beach is no exception. Head to Havana for traditional Cuban food. This restaurant has become a city landmark since it opened in 1993. The menu includes ropa vieja, vaca frita in mojo sauce and tres leches cake for dessert. The best part is their 24/7 take-out window.

 

Sushi Jo is the top sushi spot in the city. The restaurant has a chic design, and it serves classic dishes as well as their own creations. Try the Anaconda roll, with shrimp tempura, salmon skin, eel and avocado. Or the Jo’s Crunch, with tempura salmon and eel, asparagus and cream cheese fried in tempura batter.

 

Rhythm Cafe is a spot made for Instagram. The restaurant has a 1950s drugstore design complete with retro barstools and funky art. Its menu changes often, with past options including a spring roll crepe, onion-crusted fish and key lime chicken.   

 
 

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