Real Estate Eye Candy: Latest Modern Builds On The Boca Raton Market

Posted by Scot Karp on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 at 6:45pm.

modern homes in boca ratonThe popularity surrounding modern homes has surged in recent years, but what's leading so many buyers to opt for the sleeker home style? It's much more than just personal taste.

Necessity is the mother of invention, and tough economic times, no matter the historical period, have always resulted in innovative breakthroughs, including in home design. Mid-century modernism is one such example: the post-war world wanted simple, refined homes devoid of the flourish of yesteryear. Practicality was key.

Just years after another economic downturn, buyers are again looking for the beauty in simplicity and practicality. This, coupled with the intense presence of information and media, has many designers opting for clean modernity. It would seem that a busy life is the mother of simple homes!

The real estate market in Boca Raton is no stranger to the modern trends in home construction. In fact, many ultra-luxe, ultra-modern estates along the Intracoastal will be completed over the next few years. Here are a few homes you can look forward to!

1175 Spanish River Road

From J. H. Norman Homes and George Brewer Architecture comes one of the latest Intracoastal estates. The home is still under construction, but the rendering promises expansive windowed walls, a blend of natural materials, and a play with dimensions. The distinct spaces are connected through harmonious design, inviting the resident to seamlessly transition from indoors to outdoors. Location is also a draw for this home, where deep water dockage comes standard.

1103/1107 Hillsboro Mile

If a home were ever to break the mold of the Mizner classic, it would be this one. The beachfront house draws on the natural surroundings, allowing the Intracoastal and the Ocean to play major roles in the aesthetic. Designed by Affiniti Architects, who've won multiple awards and were named Best of Houzz, the estate also features a guest house, and both homes have prominent stone, wood, and glass detailing.

2201 Spanish River Road

Another J.H Norman project, this time in conjunction with the Brenner Architectural Group, draws on the nostalgic cues of the mid-century modern style. Windowed walls allow for ample natural lighting, while the hallmark, extra-tall front door stands guard to the main entrance.

If you'd like to learn more about modern homes in Boca Raton, feel free to get in touch. To see other homes like these, browse the links below.

Scot Karp, Director
Ultraluxury Condominium Division
Boca Raton, Florida


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