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Find ‘the ultimate’ in luxury at Broken Sound in Boca Raton

 BOCA RATON — The Broken Sound Country Club is the ultimate. Winning numerous awards for its well-planned design and landscaping, Broken Sound is an exceptional community for seasonal or year-round living.

 Broken Sound has more than 1,600 villas, townhomes, and custom single-family homes and they are situated across the beautiful 1,000 acres broken up into 27 quaint villages. 

 Broken Sound is known to have some of the finest homes in South Florida.  Each home adorns its own architectural design and boasts an estimated 1,600 to 10,000 square feet of comfortable living area. 

 On an average, 65 percent of individuals reside at Broken Sound year round.  Residents can enjoy the countless community amenities boasting of a recently renovated clubhouse, fitness center, outdoor dining facilities, 25 tennis courts, social events, and challenging golf course (memberships are mandatory). 

 Lt. Gov. Jennifer Carroll, along with local officials, recently marked the opening of the expanded Broken Sound Club. In her remarks, Carroll recognized the club as a model that demonstrates that green initiatives and environmental stewardship can go hand in hand with successful business operations.

 The club’s $10.5 million expansion provided a significant boost to the local economy over the past two years, with more than 100 tradesmen and professionals employed on the project.

 Broken Sound Club’s Board of Governors and management have made environmental enhancement and corporate responsibility central to their business model since launching “green” initiatives three years ago, according to John Crean, CCM, general manager, considered by some as an advocate for resource efficiency and environmental stewardship within the Club Managers Association of America.

 Broken Sound Country Club was started in 1986 and is located on the north side of Yamato Road at St. Andrews Boulevard.

 

 

 

 

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