Providing the most professional, educational, reliable, and dedicated service in the industry. Specializing in luxury estates in the South Florida area. Southwest Ranches, Davie/Cooper City, Weston, Plantation, and Fort Lauderdale.
The Town of Davie is one of the most diversified municipalities in all of Broward County. For years, the rural atmosphere nicknamed “horse country” has gone through an evolutionary cycle. However, although the country ambiance still exists and is centered around the western theme downtown district, anyone who has traveled to Davie recently would agree the town is anything but.
Sprawling over 35 square miles, the Town is ideally nestled at the center of Broward County. It extends from I-75 to US-441 and south of I-595 to both sections of Griffin and Stirling Road. Davie’s well known educational system ranks among the highest in Broward County. It is also proudly home to the Miami Dolphins Trainer Center, along with several well-known colleges, universities and technical institutes.
According to the most recent census there are approximately 90,000 residences in Davie. Demographics and incomes are distributed among many diverse types of living styles, personalities, and ethic backgrounds.
The Town of Davie has variety of zoning designations throughout, which range from rural ranches to multi-family to commercial. Yet, there are still plenty of green areas, numerous parks, and over 165 miles of horse trails for horse lovers to enjoy.
Whether you’re a white collar or blue collar or no collar at all, either an empty nester looking for a simple condo or townhome or part of a larger family pursuing a more luxurious setting on acreage or gated community, the Town of Davie has it all.
For more information check out their website at www.davie-fl.gov
Southwest Ranches is one of the newest municipalities in Broward County, Florida. After an overwhelming response from its residences on March 14, 2000 the area known as unincorporated Broward County finally became its own Town.
According to 2010 US Census Report, there are nearly 7,345 residences, which encompasses roughly 13 square miles. Boundaries extend from S. Flamingo Road to US-27 and from Griffin Road to Sheridan Street.
The Town of Southwest Ranches’ principal location provides easy access to major attractions such as the Sawgrass Mills Mall, BB& T Center and Fort Lauderdale Beach via I-75 or I-595. Despite being “out-in-the-country” as some buyers have put it, Southwest Ranches is only 15 minutes from Hollywood-Fort Lauderdale International Airport and less than 30 minutes away from Miami International Airport. Nonetheless only 5 to 10 minutes from all the conveniences Weston and Davie have to offer.
Although lot sizes vary from one-acre to over twenty acres, there is an ordinance in place which restricts certain sections of the town to either one-acre or two and one-half acre sites which will never change. Zoning for the community is predominantly rural residential and agricultural, with very light industrial and limited commercial use.
The magnitude of the lots has had the greatest influence on property values. Single family homes range anywhere from $300,000 to over $5 million respectively. The median income for the municipality is $41,700 with an average age of 37.8 years.
One thing is clear; Southwest Ranches has thrived on protecting its rural way of life. Until today their motto of no sidewalks, no curbs or streetlights are evident. Yet, although some limitations do exist, the town is filled with several equestrian parks and horse trials with an abundance of grazing animals, nurseries, farms and equestrian facilities.
If you are contemplating relocating into the community but are apprehensive about education or the school system, relax…Southwest Ranches has top rated schools at every level.
Finally, if you are not into wildlife or listening to Donkey’s braying and roosters crowing at first light…then Southwest Ranches isn’t for you.
For more information check out their website at www.southwestranches.org
What was once swampland and part of Florida’s Everglades ecosystem is now known as prestigious Weston, Florida. Thanks to Miami Dolphins Hall of Fame Quarterback Dan Mario, Weston has been put on the map.
In 1996 the City of Weston was officially incorporated. Since then, the City has flourished and is now home to some of south Florida’s most desirable residential and corporate communities. Known for its lush green landscaping and manicured grounds, the City maintains over 2,200 acres of wetlands preserves.
Boarding Interstate 75, Weston is nestled in southwestern Broward County. The new improved highway systems, with added express lanes, make traveling virtually seamless. The Town is only 25 minutes to Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport Port Everglades, and roughly 35 minutes to Miami International Airport. Although Weston is minutes from the Sawgrass Mills Mall and The Shoppes at Pembroke Gardens, there are plenty of boutique shopping centers with an array of culinary choices for those seeking fine dining and an active nightlife.
Weston encompasses roughly 27 square miles and is home to a population nearing 66,000 residences. The Community distinctions include A-rated public school system, excellent private schools, several world-class healthcare centers, fourteen meticulously preserved parks and several recreational amenities for residences and visitors.
Weston is debatably the nicest place to live in south Florida. Its unique and upscale lifestyle is unparalleled and second to none. If you are an individual who appreciates conformity and don’t mind the suburban ambiance…then Weston is the place for you.
For more information check out their website at www.westonfl.org