The Oaks
At Boca Raton


Sign at gated entrance to the upscale The Oaks At Boca Raton neighborhood in Boca Raton, FL.


Boca Raton, Florida 33496





The Oaks At Boca Raton - Distinguished Estate Homes

Enter a world of style and sophistication at The Oaks At Boca Raton, a sought after estate home community.

If you seek timeless elegance and distinguished estate living, then you must visit The Oaks at Boca Raton. This magnificent estate home community offers traditionally styled elegant estate homes, a luxurious club lifestyle with no equity member fees, all set within a desirable Boca Raton address.

The Club at The Oaks is well-appointed and features a popular tennis center with 12 courts, a fitness center with a full program of athletic events, and a resort styled tropically landscaped and heated pool surrounded by chic cabanas and a casual poolside café.

The Oaks was originally developed by two of South Florida’s premier builder/developer firms: Kenco Communities and the Albanese-Popkin Development Group. They were later joined by the outstanding building firm of Charlse·Watt Communities. Currently new homes in The Oaks are being built by renowned developer Standard Pacific Homes. This quartet of South Florida’s most prestigious builders has placed The Oaks at Boca Raton in the enviable position of offering a remarkable variety of architectural designs in the luxury home market.

Contact us to schedule a private showing of Boca's most sought-after estate home community, here at The Oaks at Boca Raton.

Directions: I-95 - exit west at Yamato Road. Head west on Yamato to US-441. Turn right (North) on 441. After Clint Moore Road, the grand entry to The Oaks will be on the right.


 
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