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N/A, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,856 SqFt
HIGHEST AND BEST NOW REQUESTED. Buyers are encouraged to offer with no contingencies and submit their highest and best by Thursday, 07/18/19 11:59 EMT. NO ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT. POF IN BUYERS NAME. If you already submitted an offer, return to your offer page on line and update the fields. No need for new contract at this time. Foreclosure/Bank Owned. CASH ONLY. Seller has no disclosures and property history. Sold As- IS without any repairs or

7973 Nw 35th Ct, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,222 SqFt
This is a Great opportunity to own a single family in Coral Springs. This lovely 3/2 is perfect for 1st time home buyer. The kitchen has stainless steel refrigerator and microwave. Tiled throughout, separate Utility Room for washer and dryer which is being used as an office. Updated bathrooms, the tile roof in only 7 years. This is conveniently located to schools, shopping and major highways. No HOA. This one will not last!!!
United Realty Group, Inc

10520 Nw 37th St, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,301 SqFt
3 Bedroom - 2 Bath Single Family Attached Home. Large Backyard with an above ground soaking pool / Jacuzzi - about 3 feet deep. 2 Parking Spaces. Roof 9 yrs - AC 6 yrs. No HOA. Pets Permitted. Washer and Dryer Do Not Convey. Wonderful Area to Call Home!!!
CENTURY 21 City Real Estate

N/A, Coral Springs

4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,175 SqFt
HIGHEST AND BEST HAS NOW BEEN REQUESTED. IMPORTANT- SEE ALL ATTACHMENTS TO THIS LISTING. Buyers submit their highest and best by 11:59 PM on Wednesday 7/17/19. NO ASSIGNMENT OF CONTRACT. POF IN BUYERS NAME. CASH ONLY. Seller is looking for General Contractor, Engineer, Professional Real Estate Rehab Specialist. Bank Owned/REO/Foreclosure. Sold strictly As- IS without any repairs or warranty. Buyer will be required to sign Hold Harmless and a

1253 Spring Cir Dr, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,434 SqFt
Beautiful, spacious, waterfront, single family home in the heart of Coral Springs. Walking distance to Coral Square Mall, shopping, movies, restaurants, entertainment, public transportation and the elementary school. Small, quiet community with swimming pool and tennis court. Upgraded tile floors through out. New A/C, new water heater. Great overall condition. Serene tropical water views from the living room and master bedroom. Large screened in

4125 Nw 103rd Dr, Coral Springs

4 Beds, 2 Baths, 2,355 SqFt
Back on market SHORT SALE. House needs new roof leaks, floors, kitchen, bathrooms, pool has leak and needs complete remodel. Buyer agrees to pay Hagen and Hagen P.A. $2500 negotiation fee at closing Closing and escrow agent will be Juris Title Chartered.
Team USA Realty LLC

10808 Nw 46 Dr, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,965 SqFt
Dynasty Partners Inc

1690 Riverwood, Coral Springs

2 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,110 SqFt
Welcome to this lovely and rarely available single family home in Ramblewood Villas. The 2 bedroom 2 bathroom 1 car garage is in a well manicured setting. An open floor plan flows from kitchen to living room and dining area. There is a split bedroom floor plan which gives more privacy. In the back of the house one can sip on their morning coffee viewing a lovely canal. The canal view adds additional appeal to the property. Another perk is the

10600 La Placida Drive, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 3 Baths, 1,528 SqFt
Heart of Coral Springs ! This Attached Single Family home Features 3 bedrooms , 2.5 bathrooms 1 car garage . Has a newer kitchen with granite counter tops and Stainless Steal Appliance. First floor has all tile throughout , Upstairs Floors & stairway are bamboo wood floors. Roof was 2013 Brand new water heater. Master Bedroom is upstairs with updated master bath guest bath and 2 room upstairs as well , 1 full bedroom downstairs with half

1922 Coquina Way, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,389 SqFt
Gorgeous 3/2 in a great subdivision; newer roof, A/C, Garage opener motor, Water Heater; spacious floor plan, patio; backyard with many fruit trees; HOA paints exterior every 3-4 years
United Realty Group Inc

4115 Nw 75th Ave, Coral Springs

4 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,878 SqFt
More photos coming next week, but don't wait until then. You won't find a better priced 4 bedroom home in Coral Springs. It's ready for updating but a solid home. Barrel tile roof. Covered screened in patio. 2 car garage. No homeowners association.
RE/MAX In Motion Inc

3903 Nw 72nd Ln, Coral Springs

3 Beds, 2 Baths, 1,381 SqFt
Lots of potential here! This 3 bed 2 bath home has great bones and features, a formal living and dining area, open kitchen, family room, walk-in closets in all the bedrooms, dual sinks and a soaking tub in the master, dual sinks in the 2nd bathroom, and an patio. The Crossings is located close to major roads, schools, shopping and dining. Thank you for your showing.
United Pro Realty



Known as “the City in the Country,” Coral Springs has become a premier South Florida community, known for its abundant parks, quality schools, numerous athletic programs, and attractive neighborhoods.  Chartered in 1963, Coral Springs is a city on Florida's southern Atlantic coast, located in northeastern Broward County. Coral Springs is thirty minutes northwest of Fort Lauderdale, twenty minutes northwest of Pompano Beach, and fifty minutes northwest of Miami.  Coral Springs is only thirty minutes from the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport and thirty-five minutes from Port Everglades, the second busiest cruise port in the world. Major highways in and around Coral Springs include: the Florida Turnpike and the Sawgrass Expressway.  Many of Coral Springs schools have received the "Five Star School Award" from the Florida Department of Education as schools that have shown evidence of exemplary community involvement.

Coral Springs provides easy access to all of the fun and leisure attractions of nearby Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and all of the South Florida metropolitan area. Some attractions of note in and around Coral Springs include:

    • The Calder Race Course
    • The Coral Springs Center for the Arts
    • The Coral Springs Museum of Art
    • The IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum in Dania Beach
    • The International Swimming Hall of Fame in Fort Lauderdale
    • The Museum of Art, Ft Lauderdale
    • The Sportsplex at Coral Springs which includes:
    • The Coral Springs Aquatic Complex
    • The Coral Springs Tennis Center
    • Incredible Ice - Twin Ice Rinks
    • The Coral Springs Golf Driving Range & Teaching Center
    • "Dr. Paul's Pet Care Center" Dog Park
    • The Sawgrass Nature Center and Wildlife Hospital

Coral Springs also has over fifty regional and community parks throughout the city for recreation and leisure. Many park facilities have an extensive array of sports facilities, including aquatics, soccer, baseball, softball, football, basketball, tennis, golf, volleyball, lacrosse, horseshoes, and bocci ball. In addition, many of the Coral Springs parks also provide passive areas and natural settings for more leisurely recreation.

HISTORY: Prior to its incorporation as a City in July 1963, the area that was to become Coral Springs was part of a huge tract of land acquired by Henry “Bud” Lyons between 1911 and 1939 that totaled over 20,000 acres of marshy wilderness in western Broward County. Clearing and draining the land himself, with the help of workers from the Bahamas, most of the land was used to grow beans, earning him the nickname “Titan of the Bean Patch.” Lyons died in 1952, leaving his vast land holdings to his family, who converted the land to be used for ranching, bringing in 5,000 head of cattle.

After a series of wet hurricanes had flooded much of the southern portions of the State in 1947, Florida created the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (now the South Florida Water Management District) that built a network of canals and levees throughout South Florida. The canals helped to further drain the land that would become Coral Springs.

Similar to the land rush of the 1920s, after World War II there was another real estate boom in South Florida. Coral Ridge Properties, a land development firm, was started by James Hunt, Joseph Taravella, and Stephen Calder to develop communities in Broward County. By the late 1950s, they were running out of land to develop in the Fort Lauderdale area and were seeking opportunities further west.

Although still somewhat swampy, land in the northwest corner of the County, now owned by Lena Lyons, perfectly suited Hunt’s vision for a master-planned community. On December 14, 1961, Coral Ridge Properties purchased 3,860 acres for $1 million. They moved three wooden shacks onto the land, along with five Coral Ridge Properties employees, which made the land eligible to incorporate as a City under Florida law. The City of Coral Springs was chartered on July 10, 1963. Other names that were considered included “Curran Village,” “Pompano Springs,” and “Quartermore.” Additional land purchases from the Lyons family brought the total land in the City up to 5,000 acres.

By 1964, a master plan was developed that projected a population of more than 50,000 residents living in small neighborhoods throughout the community. On July 22, 1964 the first land sale was held in Ft. Lauderdale’s Galt Ocean Mile Hotel, selling 536 building lots for $1.6 million. Looking to give the new town a country flair, Hunt ordered the construction of the Covered Bridge that same year. It is now a Florida Heritage site.

Coral Ridge Property employees staffed the City administration, with Werner Buntemeyer holding the position of City Manager from 1964 to 1974. In 1965, Coral Ridge Properties acquired an additional 5,000 acres from Lena Lyons, increasing the area within the City to 16 square miles.

From the very beginning, Coral Ridge Properties enacted strict landscaping and sign laws designed to create a beautiful and natural looking town. In May 1965 a second land sale was held, this time in Coral Springs, with Johnny Carson on hand to help draw buyers. Johnny himself bought almost 55 acres of land. This time 1,100 lots were sold. Then the first residents began moving in, including Wilfred Neale II and Robert Fuller in The Hills in early 1965. Both became early City Commissioners.

Also in 1965, the City’s first employee was hired Police Chief Richard Vedilago who was assisted by a German Shepherd named “Sergeant Satan.”

According to Stuart McIver, in 1966, Westinghouse Electric Corporation acquired Coral Ridge Properties so that they could use the new City as an “urban laboratory to evaluate new products, such as a home utility center, home sewage disposal systems, an infrared heating system, full electric kitchens, and central air-conditioning and heating systems.”

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