Heron Bay offers a fantastic collection of luxury homes, from spacious townhomes and villas, to single family homes and fabulous estates. Outstanding elevations that carry a crisp, European Mediterranean flavor beautifully compliment the picturesque landscape they adorn with many residences enjoying waterfront, golf and preserve views.
The large Heron Bay is strategically spread across the cities of Parkland and Coral Springs. This premium gated community boasts more than 3000 homes situated around an 18-hole championship golf course with exceptional natural preserves.
Wonderful atmosphere, outstanding landscaping, comfortable elegance and first class amenities, define this development.
Within the gates of Heron Bay, you will find 35 neighboorhoods, each with a unique character of their own. Together, they blend seamlessly into a remarkable community plan that puts a priority upon nature, timeless design, and countless amenities.
Heron Bay Homes in Parkland
26 neighboorhoods are located in Parkland: Bay Cove, Banyan Isles, Casa Del Sol, Creekside, Cypress Point, Edgewood, Greenbriar, Hawthorne, Heron Cove, Heron Estates, Heron Isles, Meadowbrook, Olde Brooke, Osprey Lake, Sable Point, Sawgrass Bay, Somerset, The Colony, The Estates, The Estuary, The Glen, The Greens, The Highlands, The Reserves, The Vistas and Waterford Estates.
Heron Bay Homes in Coral Springs
9 neighboorhoods are located in Coral Springs: L’Hermitage, Long Cove, Mizner Village, The Enclave, The Fairways, The Falls, The Pointe, Tuscany and Villa Sorrento.
Amenities at Heron Bay
Two Addison Mizner-style clubhouses offer a vibrant social life, The Commons and Plaza del Lago. Both provide a social gathering place for family and friend while offering an unrivaled collection of amenities including resort-style swimming pools, Jacuzzis, complete fitness center with spa, tennis, basketball, racquetball and kiddies water and play areas.
The center of Heron Bay's outdoor activity is the magnificent Tournament Players Club Golf Course, an 18-hole championship course designed by Mark McCumber, that winds its way through the community, proudly showing off its spectacular views to residents living across the shimmering waterways that border it.