Boasting a prime location just minutes from the beach, shops, boat ramp, and Interstate 95, Lantana Heights is made up of 844 single-family homes located in the heart of it all between the I-95 and the water. Square footage ranges anywhere from 1,152 to 2,282. With no HOA fees you can park your boat or RV at your property and the sizeable driveways allow for this. Lantana Heights is made up of single-family Colonial Revival, contemporary and side-gabled ranch-style homes, many of which have sizable driveways to allow you to park a boat.
There are a couple of parks and open spaces nearby with space to spend time with the family. Maddock Park features a full basketball court, skateboard park and dog park. Howard Park features a baseball field, BBQ’s, picnic areas, and playground equipment. Nature enthusiasts can enjoy the trails of the Lantana Scrub Natural Area, while maritime lovers have quick access to ocean waves and the sea breeze. Lantana Sports Complex is a hub for athletes, with three baseball fields and two soccer fields. And the Way Martial Arts offers fitness programs for beginners and advanced competitors; the center teaches Brazilian jiu-jitsu and kickboxing.
A coastal town, Lantana features waterfront restaurants to enjoy lunch and dinner, an array of shops and of course the 8-acre beach. Lantana Heights retains the charm of its origins as an old fishing village. Lantana Scrub Natural Area is just 32.5 acres but it offers a remnant of the Atlantic coastal scrub that once stretched from Miami-Dade County to St. Augustine. The area contains two habitats: scrub and scrubby flatlands. Sand pine and saw palmetto are found throughout, along with Florida rosemary, powder-puff lichen and hog plum. Escape the noise of the outside world along its trails, and you may even spot gopher tortoises, golden-winged skimmers, eastern phoebes or osprey.
With close proximity to major cities Lantana is a great place to call home. West Palm Beach is less than 20 minutes and just slightly further afield at 30 minutes you are in Palm Beach Gardens, both cities with an array of arts, entertainment and culture.