Carriage Hill defines itself as “A Great Place to Live in Boca Raton.” The community is located just west of the Federal Highway, along Southwest 18th Street. Several of the homes in Carriage Hill are along the El Rio, a deep-water canal that provides access to the Intracoastal and ocean, for boats under 30’, which can make it under fixed bridges. Homes directly along the El Rio have wide water views, many of which are shared only with the park behind.
Expect: interior lots, large patios, and backyards perfect for pets and play sets. Many buyers also choose Carriage Hill for it’s highly sought after schools, Addison Mizner, Boca Middle, and Boca High. The neighborhood is an association community, and maintains a well kept consistent but not uniform look. Many residents enjoy walking to nearby city parks, and proximity to both Boca Raton and Deerfield Beaches.
Homes in Carriage Hill range from original 1970’s three bedrooms to upgraded homes on the El Rio. Most are 2,000 to 4,000 square feet and feature tile roofs, open kitchens, and wood or tile floors. Carriage Hill’s location, price point, schools, and water make the neighborhood “A Great place to live.”
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