Boca Teeca

Boca Teeca is an under-the-radar treasure nestled in East Boca Raton. Conveniently situated just east of the I-95 and bordered by Northwest Second AV and Yamato Road, Boca Teeca boasts an enviable location with quick access to retail hubs, beaches, and main routes.

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The single-family home neighborhoods of Boca Teeca are another one of those East Boca Raton gems that are not really well known. The neighborhood's located just east of I-95, just west of NW 2nd Ave and just north of Yamato Road.

The Boca Teeca neighborhood sit in that prime location in the northeast corridor of Boca Raton, which has great access to anything and everything. You have great access to retail shopping. You're very close to I-95. You can access I-95 via Yamato Road or Linton Blvd within 2 to 5 minutes. You're very close to the beach. You're about 5 minutes to Spanish River Park and Beach.

You're right in between Delray Beach's Atlantic Avenue to the north, which is 5 to 15 minutes away. And Mizner Park, which is 5 to 10 minutes away.

As you can see from the map, some of the homes back up to I-95. But fortunately, they're quite a distance away from I-95. They have that great large preserved area in between them or what I refer to as a preserve area to be a park one day we expect. So there's not a large noise nuisance from being that close to 95. It's pretty subtle.

Additionally, the Boca Teeca neighborhoods are extremely close to the universities in the area. Florida Atlantic University, Palm Beach State College and Lynn University are 5 to 10 minutes away. And because you're so close to 95, you have great access to the international airports. Both Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach are about 30 minutes away or less.

We are in the flight path of the Boca Raton Airport here in these Boca Teeca neighborhoods. So you do get the occasional jet that flies in overhead and makes a little bit of noise. They are pretty respectful about the noise levels at the airport, so it's not that big of a deal from my perspective, but it is something I do want to point out.

The neighborhoods in the Boca Teeca area are located in an A-rated school district. The elementary school is Blue Lake, the middle school is Boca Raton Community Middle and the high school is Boca Raton Community High.

There are about 66 total single-family homes in the three cul de sacs that encompass or what I'm referring to as Boca Teeca. 33 of which are in one cul de sac. And it is considered in each away homeowners association. The other two cul de sacs have 20 and 13 homes respectively. They were all built between 1977 and 1992.

Most were built in the 1980's.

The three neighborhoods that I'm referring to as Boca Teeca as a whole,feel like different neighborhoods. One is in each way, the other two are not away, and they both kind of branch off separate roads. So they're not really connected whatsoever.

The typical size of a home here in Boca Teeca will range between 2,000 and as high as 4,500 square feet, which is pretty big for Boca Raton. The bedrooms will be between three and five with the average being about four bathrooms will be between two and four, with the average being about two.

Lot sizes here are substantial. They range between 11,000 and 45,000 square feet. Most homes are ranch style concrete block. But there are some two story homes in this neighborhood.

There's many reasons why I think buying a single family home in one of these Boca Teeca neighborhoods is a great value and a great buy. Let's start with this. I'm standing on a 45,000 square foot lot here in one of the Boca Teeca neighborhoods. This is huge relative to what you can get for the same money anywhere else in Boca Raton.

On top of that, check up behind me. There are no neighbors behind me. And that's basically the same for every home here in the Boca Teeca neighborhoods. So you get an extremely private experience when you live in one of these neighborhoods in Boca Teeca.

For someone that lives very close to Boca Teeca, one of the best and most efficient things about living in Boca Teeca, Hidden Valley, Hidden Lake Boca Lake Estates for that general area off of Northwest. Second, there is the quick access. You get to Delray Beach and West Boca. Jeffrey Street will take you West right over I-95 with limited traffic, which is really efficient.

And then Brandt Drive will take you right over the bridge to Delray Beach, right to Linton Blvd, where there's a lot of stuff, a lot of retail. So most people don't appreciate this. You can dodge traffic very efficiently by living in this area.

The other highlight about Boca Teeca is that it's extremely close to the beach. It's a very walkable neighborhood. And the one neighborhood within Boca Teeca that has the highway has a very, very low atrophy.

The two-way neighborhood within the Greater Boca Teeca area is called the Teeca Woods Homeowners Association. The homeowner's association fee is around $166 a month. They don't allow boats or trailers on the property, but most of Boca Raton doesn't allow that anyway. It is not a gated community but it does have a clubhouse and the pool.

I'm frequently asked what's going on with the properties that surround the Boca Teeca neighborhoods. Many people want to know what it was, what it is. Well, it once was the Ocean Breeze golf course, which was shut down. I'm standing on that property right now behind one of the homes. The expectation for this property, which is owned by the city, is that they're going to convert it back into either a golf course or some kind of recreation facility long term.

And they have some incredible plans for that. So I think this will only add value to the neighborhood as they begin to transform this area.