An established South Florida community, Poinsettia Heights dates back to the 1940s. Originally, the neighborhood was called “North Ridge.” A key selling point of Poinsettia Heights for many buyers is that the community provides an appealing mix of smaller (under 2,000 square feet) bungalows as well as newer constructions meeting the size criteria for luxury homes in South Florida (4,000 or more square feet).
A sprinkling of condos and townhomes (multi-family dwellings are zoned for only the two busiest thoroughfares) rounds out the housing mix. Regardless of what style real estate in South Florida you need, you’ll find it in Poinsettia Heights. Poinsettia Heights Homes for Sale include waterfront properties, Luxury Homes, Townhomes and more.
Where is Poinsettia Heights, Florida?
Poinsettia Heights is appealing to those commuting to greater Fort Lauderdale, because it’s located in the northeast section of the city and offers easy access to Hwy. 1. The picturesque Middle River runs through the northern section of the community and separates Poinsettia Heights from its northern neighbor, Lake Ridge. Home for Sale in Poinsettia Heights are a commodity. Real Estate in Poinsettia Heights tends to sell quicker then other areas in Broward County.
Despite its relatively small size (just under .60 square miles and a population of around 2,500), there is plenty to do in Poinsettia Heights. The community has 89% more restaurants, 76% more cafes, and six times as many gyms per capita than other Florida communities. This is no sleepy bedroom community! Residents of this vibrant area enjoy socializing and taking advantage of all that Broward County has to offer. When you live here, you might:
• Attend the Friday Night Concert Series at Carter Park
• Borrow a bike from the B-Cycle Neighborhood Bike Share Program
• Grab your friends for a painting party at Joe Picasso’s of Plaza Del Mar
Poinsettia Heights Climate
Like most South Florida communities, Poinsettia Heights enjoys balmy year-round temperatures. The average low temperature in January is around 60 degrees and the average high in August is 90 degrees. Thanks to the absence of extreme heat and cold, Poinsettia Heights residents enjoy outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, picnicking and patio dining year-round.
The average age of Poinsettia Heights’ approximately 2,500 residents is between 45 and 64, but young and old alike call this neighborhood home. Family friendly, the community is home to an elementary and a middle school. More than a quarter of households are classified as “upper middle class” and earn between $75,000 and $150,000. Poinsettia Heights has a higher percentage of residents who have earned their Bachelor’s degrees than most of Broward County, which has earned the community the distinction of being considered “well-educated.”
Whether you dream of living in a maintenance-free condo, a quaint bungalow, or a luxurious and spacious single-family home, you’ll find what you desire in Poinsettia Heights. Our team of experienced Poinsettia Heights Realtors® is confident we can help you identify the perfect home for your budget and lifestyle. We make million dollar dreams come true.
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