Kings Point in Delray Beach

Delray Beach, Florida Homes for Sale

About Kings Point in Delray Beach

Kings Point in Delray Beach is an active adult community in Delray Beach, Florida. Built between 1973 and 1985, Kings Point in Delray Beach is comprised of 7,200 condominiums, offering homebuyers a low-maintenance lifestyle. Residents can also enjoy a lifestyle of convenience thanks to the community’s rich lineup of resort-style amenities and basic necessities like grocery stores, retailers, and medical facilities. The community’s proximity to the coast, as well as the Florida Turnpike, allows homeowners to enjoy local beaches and attractions.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $90,000 to $259,000

Closed Prices: $55,000 to $254,000

Median Sale Price: $140,000

Average $ per sq ft: $207

Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $469/mo, $0 to $535

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1971 to 1983

Sq. Ft.: 718 to 1839 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 2 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres

Around Kings Point in Delray Beach

Kings Point in Delray Beach is home to three clubhouses: the main clubhouse, the Flanders Clubhouse, and the Monaco Clubhouse. The main clubhouse features a state-of-the-art fitness center, a performance theater, an indoor pool, a computer room, a card room, arts and crafts studio, beauty salon, and a multi-purpose room. Outside, residents have access to two outdoor pools, two tennis courts, 28 shuffleboard courts, and an 18-hole golf course. The Flanders Clubhouse and the Monaco Clubhouse also boast an array of amenities like outdoor swimming pools and spas, billiards, fitness rooms, multi-purpose rooms, sports courts, and an additional 18-hole golf course.

Homeowners in Kings Point in Delray Beach can enjoy a vibrant lifestyle where every day is filled with new adventures. Residents have access to an assortment of social clubs and activities such as computer club, drawing card club, book club, fisherman’s club, glee club, knitting club, tennis club, golf club, and shuffleboard club. There are also plenty of opportunities to stay active with activities like ballroom dancing, chair pilates, folk dancing, water pilates, yoga, and Zumba. Residents can also look forward to community events such as concerts and parties where they can mingle with neighbors and form lifelong friendships. For homeowners in Kings Point in Delray Beach, there is something to enjoy every day of the week in Delray Beach, Florida.

Neighborhood Reviews

4 Reviews
Louis P
Buyer be very careful. I used to live there until just recently. First off, the recreational area, both the board and management company are not interested in communication or transparency. They do not have to follow the same rules as the various associations in Kings Point. They consider themselves above everyone and new ideas are not possible with this outdated group of very old people. They need new blood, yet they just keep on trucking with a board that does not believe in accountability. Second, be aware that for new owners, the cost, just to get your car tag and ID card is (as of this posting) is $1500. This is over the top compared to other communities in the area. Check out the management company for the prospective unit you are looking at buying very carefully. If the association is not properly funding the reserves, RUN!! Inspect the budget as well as the bylaws. In the bylaws, what is the length of time you must own before renting? THIS COMMUNITY IS NOT PET FRIENDLY!! They allow for service dogs and emotionally support animals, but several unit owners are not pet friendly. How does the association consider owners who do not vote in decisions made (budget and board voting)? Do they not count at all, or are they counted as confirmations? If the building has multiple units owned by one unit owner where the unit owner controls a vast majority of the voting, company, or LLCs operated by one company, RUN!! Look at the history of your building’s condo fees. Do your research!!
Joanna M
This is a great place for year round or snowbirds. All the amenities you can ask for! My unit was purchased in 1973. We have made renovations over the years the buildings and facilities are kept up to date.
I sold my home in Arizona and moved to a villa in Kings Point as a widow. Later I met my husband and we both live in this lovely villa with two bathrooms and we don't have to take care of any landscaping. We are happy here and recommend Kings Point highly.
Kings Point is a true value among 55+ communities in Florida, and throughout the U.S. You can buy a 2-bed, 2-bed condo with separate included laundry room for washer and dryer from $65,000 to a bit over $100,000, and less for 1-bed, 1.5 bath units (early 2017). Many original buyers from the late 70's and early 80's have or are aging out. The average age is likely between 75 and 80, but living at Kings Point allows you to be as involved or uninvolved as you want. It's basically like living in any very quiet condo community, yet with as much opportunity as you want for swimming, golf, inexpensive live shows and recent movies, as well as scores of clubs to cover almost any. Two on-site restaurants. Superb location in west Delray between I-95 and Florida's Turnpike. 12-15 minute drive to charming, trendy downtown Delray Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Lots of good shopping and large medical center nearby. 24-gated, manned security. All exterior condo maintenance and landscaping included in HOA dues, as well as free continuous bus service to nearby shopping, medical center and Boynton Beach Mall and Boca Town Center Mall.
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