Grosvenor House Delray Beach
120 N Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Grosvenor House is a delightful beachfront condominium located in Delray Beach, Florida. Grosvenor House was constructed with the intention to deliver the most beautiful view of Florida's beach and the Atlantic Ocean. Grosvenor House was built with 5 Floors and 21 Residences with floor plans and design that accents the crystal Atlantic waters for the most brilliant stay. Pricing for the 2 bedroom floor plans range from $329,000 to $475,000. The 1200 to 1400 SF spacious residences with balcony beach views provide you and your guests with plenty of space for entertaining on a gorgeous Florida sunny day. Amenities of Grosvenor House include: a heated pool, fitness center, and BBQ, providing residents with all the amenities they need to enjoy their time by the water. For more information on Grosvenor House, contact us today by phone at 561-322-0495 or by email email@example.com.
About Grosvenor House Delray Beach
Grosvenor House in Delray Beach is a breathtaking beachfront condominium that comes with all the amenities one could dream of. The best part about this beachfront condo is the beachfront view. Waking up every morning to the Atlantic Ocean is something that you will never get tired of. Not only will be you be able to see the ocean you will be so close to the beach that you will be able to sink your feet into South Floridas beautiful sandy beaches within minutes. When you open your blinds to your beachfront condo you will see nothing but miles and miles of South Floridas Atlantic Ocean. And because the weather in South Florida is so amazing you will be able to enjoy walks on the beach all year round. And when you need to cool down the ocean will be right there waiting for you. You will have access to your own private beach where you can relax without having to be bothered however if you are in the mood to be social you can walk just a few minutes down the beach and end up at the public beach where you and enjoy the sunshine with locals and tourists.
Delray Beach, FL
Over the last few decades Delray Beach has grown to be one of the "hottest" destinations in the country. This award-winning city, twice named an All-America City, was recently named "Most Fun Small Town in America" by the Travel Channel, Rand McNally and USA Today! It was also chosen as one of "The Happiest Seaside Towns" by Coastal Magazine. Today, history plays a big role in the city's identity and future direction. Delray Beach is considered a leading figure in the state's growing historic preservation movement. The city has designated several neighborhoods as historic districts; places where residents are encouraged to preserve old homes as a living link to Delray's illustrious past. In the heart of downtown Delray Beach, at 51 N. Swinton Ave, is the Delray Beach Center for the Arts (formerly known as Old School Square). Once the Delray Beach High School, its grand buildings have been transformed in to the multi-million dollar centerpiece of the historic downtown shopping district. Delray Beach Center for the Arts houses a museum and theatre as well as an outdoor entertainment pavilion. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and serves as a gathering place for the community. It is the centerpiece of the historic downtown shopping district. Of course, one of the main attractions of Delray Beach is the beach! Beach-goers have access to two miles of public beach-front for sunbathing, recreational events, swimming and other activities. About half of the actual oceanfront beach is supervised daily by qualified lifeguards. For info on beach conditions at any hour, just call 561-27BEACH.
ParksA variety of recreational activities are offered at public parks including; Miller Park where baseball diamonds, soccer fields, and other sports are offered; Pompey Park with its $1 million pool, and Veteran's Park that overlooks the scenic Intracoastal Waterway. Bicycle rentals are conveniently located at Richwagen's Cycle Center on Atlantic Avenue. For further information on outdoor activities, call the Delray Recreation Department at 243-7250.
Atlantic AvenueDelray Beach's own charming Atlantic Avenue is a treasure trove for the recreational shopper and showcases more than 150 different boutiques and galleries!
Arts and CultureAs the 20th century progressed, Delray Beach grew from a farming community into a bustling city known for its unique architecture and thriving downtown. Delray Beach became a winter resort where artists, writers and cartoonists came to escape the brutal winters and hone their crafts. Nationally known cartoonists Fontaine Fox and W.E. Pat Enright were among the luminaries who called Delray home. Adjacent to Delray Beach Center for the Arts is an emerging "artists district" dubbed Pineapple Grove. The area includes sculpture designed by local artists. The downtown is chock full of art galleries and artists' studios. One of Palm Beach County's top attractions, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is named after George Morikami, a pineapple farmer who donated his land for use as a park after his death. The 200 acre Morikami park has become one of Palm Beach County's top tourist destinations attracting visitors from throughout the United States and abroad. It is the only museum of Japanese culture in the United States. The museum is surrounded by luscious gardens, a waterfall and a forest of pine trees that make the Morikami a popular escape for thousands of visitors. The Museum hosts regular special events that showcase Japanese culture. Four major festivals draw multitudes to the Morikami throughout the year. For a complete schedule of what the Morikami has to offer, call 495-0233. Right next to the Morikami is the new international headquarters of the American Orchid Society (AOS), the largest special-interest horticultural organization in the world.
The Delray Beach PlayhouseFor 47 years the 238-seat Delray Beach Playhouse 950 NW Ninth St; has offered local audiences outstanding theater. Located on scenic Lake Ida, the playhouse is one the nation's oldest and most successful community theaters. Call 272-1281 for information. Delray Beach is also a quick drive away from dozens of other theatres, museums and art galleries. Within a 30-minute drive, Delray residents can visit the Caldwell Theatre Company in Boca Raton, the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts in West Palm Beach, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, the Henry Morrison Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, the Lois Pope Theatre, Plaza Del Mar in Manalapan, and the Florida Philharmonic Orchestra at Florida Atlantic University. Downtown Delray Beach also offers top-notch art galleries, antiquing, and live music. The Delray Art League offers sidewalk art shows throughout the winter season at area shopping centers. Visual and performing arts opportunities as well as lectures, historic tours and nature center are available through the Delray Beach Cultural Alliance.
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Grosvenor House in Delray Beach is an unbelievable beachfront condominium in an ever more incredible area full of endless activities. This beachfront condo is right on the water which means you will be able to enjoy nonstop ocean activities. In this beachfront neighborhood there are activities for kids and adults of all ages. If you dont have a boat no worries You can rent one for the day which will be full of toys from wake board to tubing. If you do have a boat its even better you will be able to dock it just minutes away at one of the many marines. And if you want to take it a little easy you can go jet skiing instead. You can also spend your day outside on dry land. You can bike ride or rollerblade along A1A and enjoy the stunning foliage. There are also many different nature preserves and parks along A1A where you can enjoy the day with a nice BBQ or just relaxing with family and friends. The best part about it all is that you will be able to enjoy all of these activities pretty much all year round.