Hidden Valley

Tucked away in the northeast corner of Boca Raton lies Hidden Valley, a residential neighborhood renowned for its prime location and community-centric living. Renowned for its strategic placement, Hidden Valley offers effortless access to major highways like I-95 and lies within easy reach of essential amenities and local attractions.

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Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $994K
Lowest Price $850K
Highest Price $1.2M
Total Listings 4
Avg. Price/SQFT $452

Property Types (active listings)

Hidden Valley

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Hidden Valley is in an awesome location in Boca. It's in the northeast corner. It's east of I-95, just north of Yamato Rd. And it borders Delray Beach, just south of Delray Beach. That means you are right in between everything that's going on. You have quick access to 95. You border 95 so you can get on 95 on Yamato or Linton, depending if you're on North or South.

So that's five minutes. It's really close to the Tri Rail Station in Boca, right off Yamato and 95. So that's efficient. So if you plan to use the Tri Rail for any reason, maybe the airport or something. You got that right there too. It's right in between Meissner Park in Boca Raton to downtown Boca and downtown Delray Beach.

There are about 645 single-family homes in the neighborhood of Hidden Valley. Most of those homes are going to be ranch-style, single story. But there are two-story homes in the neighborhood, and most of them are 1980s, 1990s, vintage construction. But we have some homes in the 2000's. They're mostly concrete block construction.

I have seen and sold homes that are wood frame in the neighborhood, but very few. The homes size and style is usually 3 to 4 bedrooms at 2,000 square feet.

The ceiling height in most of the homes in Hidden Valley, which is really nice, is typically higher than what you would see in other neighborhoods that exist in East Boca. The neighborhood does not feel like you're walking through a cookie cutter or a developer produce neighborhood. A lot of the homes are still custom, but you will find similar layouts in the neighborhood from builders who have built similar plans throughout.

Another thing a lot of our buyers like about this neighborhood is that it's a non-HOA community

The biggest homes in the neighborhood tend to be on the north end of the community on the canal or backing up to the golf course. The old golf course is no longer operational. These homes typically have bigger lots there. They're they could be as big as 4,000 square feet and have as many as six bedrooms. And so if you're looking for a home that's bigger and you want to be in Hidden Valley, this is something doable.

There's just less of that. Hidden Valley is in the Calusa Elementary School district, the Boca Raton community, Middle and Boca Raton Community High School zones. These are schools that a lot of people move into the area to be in. And that's one of the biggest selling points is the schools. It's super close to Publix and shopping. It's super close to the mall.

You're 10 minutes away from the mall, 15 minutes away from all tops. So you have great access to everything.

In Hidden Valley, I feel like there is a great community atmosphere. It feels like it's a family neighborhood. It feels like everyone's friendly. There's a lot of people outside. They wave to you. They stop and talk to you. Neighborhood set up strategically for this, this type of atmosphere. One is there sidewalks in the neighborhood so people can ride their bikes and walk on the sidewalks and feel safe.

It's also tucked in. So there's not a lot of through traffic in most of the Hidden Valley neighborhood. There's a little park that everyone has access to, which is cool and has tennis courts. And you can play pickleball out there, too. There's also a playground there. And everybody just seems to spend time there as well.