Vero Beach, like most other growing cities, has many different neighborhoods. Some of these neighborhoods consist of older homes, built in the 70’s and 80’s. While others have homes which were built in the early 2000’s, still had vacant lots but are now being built out by several different home builders.

Each neighborhood, while still carefully planned and looking somewhat uniform, has it’s own special features. Some, like Lexington Place, are located close to a school, and convenient to grocery stores and other retail outlets.

Should you not want the cookie cutter, Homeowners Association Restricted neighborhood, you can head over to 6th Avenue in Vero Beach. There you will find older block homes reminiscent of the 60’s and 70’s. They are small, comfy homes and the prices won’t break the bank. However, they are in a flood plane.

If you would like to be close to the river, or the ocean, then we would take you over the bridges to A1A. There you can find upscale homes and townhouses in the neighborhood of Windsor. Windsor has amenities ranging from private golf courses and beach clubs to horse barns and tennis clubs.

Falcon Trace is another great neighborhood in Vero Beach. The entrance to Falcon Trace is shaded by 100 year-old Oak trees, and features an elevated gatehouse with old-Florida architecture, along with a dramatic fountain as the centerpiece of an over-sized lake.

Built by GL Homes between 2006 and 2011, Falcon Trace is spread over 45 acres of lovely waterways, flowering gardens, and tropical plantings. The Mediterranean style homes range in size from 1,500 square feet to over 3,000 square feet.

Abbe and I feel there is a neighborhood for pretty much every one’s taste, but should any of them not work for you, there is still vacant land here in Indian River County and we have some high caliber builders in this area that we can recommend.

No matter what the size and style of home you want, it’s our job to help you find just the right one.

Alan and Abbe Chane

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