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Serving South Florida

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For over 35 years

Regency Highland



Regency Highland is a waterfront condominium and townhome development in Highland Beach,  located in Palm Beach County, Florida.  Residents of Regency Highland consider their lovely beachside community to be the “Hidden Gem” of this exclusive town.  Situated between Boca Raton and Delray Beach, Highland Beach, which was named for its’ dunes, is a three-mile stretch of paradise!  Regency Highland is a gated condominium community of 220 residences situated on the Intracoastal Waterway at the halfway point in the 2.9 mile stretch of Highland Beach. The complex consists of 2 buildings; a 14 story – 190 unit high-rise, 6 story – 24 unit mid-rise and 6 townhomes.

Regency Highland’s resort style amenities include a private beach on the ocean – with tiki huts and lounge chairs, picnic pavilion,  2 heated swimming pools,  18 boat slips,  3 tennis courts, BBQ grills,  a fitness center, billiard  and community rooms, and a covered garage parking   Regency Highland  is known for its relaxed atmosphere.

The Town of Highland Beach provides police protection, a library, water facility, fire protection, solid waste and postal services.

Highland Beach is known for its many waterfront residential real estate properties. Whether you’re in the market for a gorgeous Mediterranean or British West Indies-inspired estate home in an exclusive community, or a luxury condominium with access to world-class amenities, you’re bound to find the perfect home in Highland Beach, Florida!

From Highland Beach it is a convenient drive to Delray Beach the bustling nightlife and shopping of  Atlantic Avenue or Mizner Park and Royal Palm PlazaBoca Raton Town Center Mall. Highland Beach is situated roughly 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach public airports and Boca Raton private airport.

View Regency Highland’s condos and townhomes for sale below. Call Kim Bregman at 561-251-7170 for a private showing.

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