In beautiful Broward County, the town of Hillsboro Beach, Florida, is a well-established community with a long history. While the English possessed Florida, the King of England gave the Earl of Hillsborough large grants of land, hence the name Hillsboro Beach. Today, the town is home to nearly two thousand residents and is situated on a small peninsula just twenty minutes north of Fort Lauderdale. The town is just over three miles long, stretching from Deerfield Beach on the north to Pompano Beach and Hillsborough Inlet on the south.
Also bordering Hillsboro Beach is the Intracoastal waterway on the west and the Atlantic Ocean on the east. There is only one road passing through the town, known as the Millionaire Mile, and more formally as State Road A1A. It is just over three miles long and is lined with spectacular mansions. Not only is Hillsboro Beach an oceanfront luxury community, but is also a family-friendly place. Young residents are served by the Pompano Beach Elementary School before attending highschool in nearby Deerfield Beach.
Real estate in Hillsboro Beach is diverse and magnificent. You’ll find waterfront condos in Hillsboro Beach, as well as a variety of detached single-family oceanfront homes. Some luxury homes in Hillsboro Beach even offer Intracoastal front lots for docking large vessels and yachts. If you are looking for an ocean view property steps away from a white sand beach, consider the homes for sale in Hillsboro Beach. If you would like more specific information about available Hillsboro Beach real estate, please connect with us today and we will happily share those details with you.
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