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Serving South Florida

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For over 35 years

Mizner’s Preserve


Mizner’s Preserve, located in Delray Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida,  is an exclusive gated community of 170 estate homes in what is  known to locals as “Millionaire’s Mile.”  Built in 2001 by signature developer Sterling Communities, this community features single-family homes ranging from 2,800 to 5,500+ livable square feet that sit on both zero-lot line and estate sized lots.

Mizner’s Preserve offers resort-style, family friendly amenities such as it’s 24-hour gate-manned entrance, a stunning clubhouse, state-of-the-art fitness center, three lighted tennis courts, Olympic-sized swimming pool, children’s playground and phenomenal indoor and outdoor entertainment areas.

Every day  will feel like you are at a resort as you pull in to the gated and secured community. The well-kept landscaping and lush tropical grounds of Mizner’s Preserve offer residents options for water or garden views while relaxing in their homes.

Ideally located in South Palm Beach County, FL, the community is close to plenty of shopping including Delray Marketplace, golf, beaches, and attractions. Downtown Delray Beach on Atlantic Avenue, Boca Raton‘s Town Center Mall and Mizner Park and Fort Lauderdale with Los Olas Blvd are also nearby. Major medical facilities are just a few minutes away. Palm Beach International Airport is 30 minutes away or Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport is 40 minutes away.

Delray Beach, Florida, offers a diverse range of luxury real estate to choose from. Here you can take your pick from family-friendly communities that offer single-family homes, waterfront estates, and villas, condominium properties located in private enclaves that feature scenic views and charming apartments and townhomes that are for sale or rent that come complete with resort-style amenities.

View Homes for Sale in Mizner’s Preserve below.  Call Kim Bregman at 561-251-7170 for a private showing.

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