Coral Springs is in Broward County located 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale and is a principal city of Miami's metropolitan area. Chartered on July 10, 1963, it is now Florida's 15th largest community with an estimated population in 2017 of 133,037 residents. 

In 2010, CNN Money ranked Coral Springs as the 44th best place to live in the USA. It's a grand place to live and raise a family with having been nationally rated as a safe city. The area basically a white-collar city with 85.55% of the workforce employed in jobs such as managers, administrative support, sales, and office workers. There are also more people living there who work in math and computers than in 95 percent of the cities in the nation.

There are 24 different neighborhoods to accommodate the finances and desires of those who appreciate living in such a diverse and active city. With a median home value of $383,560 and an average monthly rental of $2,028, there are wide variations between the highest and lowest market values. 

If you're considering buying a home in Coral Springs but aren't sure exactly where, check out our guide to the best neighborhoods in Coral Springs. Torn between two ideal neighborhoods? The best realtors® in Coral Springs can help you decide which neighborhood is best for you based on your specific needs.

Pine Ridge

Pine Ridge has a $475,000 median home value, and it's a walkable neighborhood that is home to approximately 3,354 people and 702 jobs. You can find your dream home or condominium by narrowing your search by price, square feet, number of bedrooms, and bathrooms, and other features to locate the properties that fit your individual criteria. 

Cypress Run

Cypress Run is an established neighborhood in south Coral Springs with a $437,400 median home value. The single-family homes built in the 1980’s have three, four, or five bedrooms and split floor plans. Many homes have private pools. The residents have easy access to major roads and the Sawgrass Expressway, first-class dining and shopping, and county and city parks. 

Shadow Wood

Shadow Wood in southeast Coral Springs has been a finalist every year in the Neighborhoods USA's Neighborhood of the Year. With a median listing price of $231,200 for the homes, amenities include a clubhouse, golf course, tennis courts, pools, a spa with hot tubs, boat facilities, and more. 

Country Club Towers

Country Club Towers is a modern residential luxury high-rise condominium complex with a $155,000 median value. There are amazing city and water views along with the convenience of being only 15 minutes from the heart of Coral Springs and a few minutes away from the airport.

Amenities include parking and concierge service. The new coexistence between residential and office condos bring a new face and energy to Coral Springs and make it seem like a little bit of New York but with a local hometown lifestyle component.

Savannah at Riverside

Savannah at Riverside is a four-floor condominium with a $139,900 median unit value with prices between $105,000 and $160,000. Their amenities include a clubhouse, a pool, a gym, and a business center.

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