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About The Sanctuary 
The Sanctuary of Boca Raton is a small private enclave of custom luxury homes located in the heart of Boca Raton, Florida, on the Intracoastal Waterway. The Sanctuary is a guard-gated yachting enclave featuring a 20-slip marina, Har-Tru tennis courts, and 27±-acre bird/wildlife preserve - all in the utmost seclusion with private land and water patrols.  Close to the beach, this exclusive address is minutes from the legendary Boca Raton Resort & Club, Mizner Park's world-class shopping and dining, and Boca Raton's private executive airport.  It is listed in Forbes Top Ten Most Exclusive and Expensive Gated Communities in the United States.
The Sanctuary has a twenty-three slip marina and deep water dockage behind sixty of its ninety exclusive private estates. Homes range from $1 million to over $15 million and range from 5,000 to 20,000 sq. ft. of living space. This prestigious community is home to many prominent executives and business owners and their families. It also widely considered one of the most secure gated communities in Boca Raton (both the neighborhood and waterway are patrolled by Sanctuary guards).  
Boca Raton Living
Boca Raton, a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, was first settled in 1895 and was incorporated into a town in May, 1925. The 2013 census had a total population of 89,407. Many of the residents are full time; however Boca Raton does have a large number of part time residents. Boca Raton is the largest city between West Palm Beach and Pompano Beach in Broward County. Boca, as it is familiarly called, boast many famous restaurants, among them is Trattoria Romana, La Nouvelle Maison, New York Prime, Casa D'Angelo, Abe and Louie's, and Domus to name a few.  We are 10 minutes away from downtown Delray Beach on Atlantic where the street is lined with restaruants and shops.  Go to   The Sanctuary is also 10 minutes from Mizner Park filled with shopping, dining, and entertainment.  Also, many smaller restaurants and bistros line several of the downtown streets. Just south of The Sanctuary is the renown Boca Resort and Club, one of the finest hotels in all of South Florida.
World Class Shopping
The Sanctuary of Boca Raton is a short drive to the Town Center Mall, with such big name stores as Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany, Nordstrom, plus many other exclusive shops. It has become a tourist attraction, and is the largest indoor mall in Palm Beach County. Also nearby is Mizner Park, with many highly rated restaurants, boutique stores, as well as their new Lord & Taylor. Mizner Park also hosts several community, arts, and cultural events during the year, and is home to the Boca Raton Museum of Art. 
Private Beaches
Boca Raton is known for its 2 mile stretch of protected beaches. These beautiful, isolated, and serene beaches provide recreational use for those wanting to relax and enjoy the scenery. Lifeguards are present 7 days a week, year round, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Three city parks, Spanish River, Red Reef and South Beach provide such amenities as playgrounds, restrooms, grills and picnic tables. Click here to view the waves live before heading to the beach!
Top Rated Schools & Universites
Boca Raton is home to many top rated private and public schools and universities. Florida Atlantic University has its main campus in Boca Raton as well as Lynn University and Palm Beach State College. Many elementary and high schools are located in Boca Raton such as American Heritage School, Pine Crest Academy, St. Andrews School, Boca Raton Christian, Addison Mizner Elementary and Del Prado Elementary. Boca Raton also is home to Spanish River High School and Boca Raton High School.
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