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Lighthouse Point is located in Broward County along the Intracoastal Waterway. This self-sufficient, friendly and prosperous community is small, proud and close-knit, with an air of informal affluence. Neighborhoods are quiet and well kept. Many homes are on the city’s 18 miles of waterways and some have deepwater access. Real estate options here consist of single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses. There are 13 miles of paths, trails and sidewalks in Lighthouse Point. City parks feature athletic fields; tennis, racquetball, basketball, and volleyball courts; playgrounds; picnic areas and open space. Lighthouse Point Parks and Recreation Department offers classes, sports leagues and activities year round for all ages. The Lighthouse Point Tennis Center has a pro shop along with excellent facilities. Activities for all ages are also available at the city’s public library where book clubs meet, story time is a favorite, craft time brings out the artist in everyone, and children can receive literacy help. The library sponsors day trips for adults, and ever-changing art exhibits adorn the walls. Children are served by Broward County School District, the nation’s largest fully accredited school district. There are also private schools in the area. Annual city events include Dog Day in the Park, Halloween Party, Keeper Days, Lighthouse A'Glow – A Holiday Gathering, Nautical Flea Market, Pops in the Park, and Spring Egg Hunt.
Residential real estate in Lighthouse Point consists mostly of single-family homes, which are priced from $400,000 to $7 million. Homes in Lighthouse Manor and Hillsboro Estates are priced from the high $400,000s. Pompano Waterway Estates and Venetian Isles homes start in the mid-$500,000s. Homes at Lake Placid and Lighthouse Point Estates are priced from the high $500,000s. Hillsboro Isles homes start at $1 million. There are few condominium and townhouse developments in Lighthouse Point; however, prices for townhouses and condominiums range from the low $200,000s to $2 million.
Founded in 1956 and named for Hillsboro Lighthouse, which has stood guard over Hillsboro Inlet since 1906, Lighthouse Point is surrounded by other communities and will always remain a small town. Residents like this aspect of life in Lighthouse Point. Growth and expansion is not possible, and that is valued by the city’s 11,000 plus residents. Broward County was formed from portions of Dade and Palm Beach Counties in 1915 and named for former Florida governor Napoleon Bonaparte Broward. More than 300 miles of navigable waterways are found in Broward County. There are hundreds of holes of golf to be played; miles of trails to be hiked and biked; swimming, jet skiing, sun bathing, beach combing, water skiing, snorkeling and diving areas; and surf fishing, river fishing and deep water fishing locales. County activities include boat shows, garden clubs, fish fries, live music, photo contests, arts and crafts shows, pancake breakfasts, and golf tournaments.
Area attractions include the International Swimming Hall of Fame, the Florida Museum of Art, the Museum of Discovery and Science, the Blockbuster IMAX Theater, Sawgrass Recreation Park, the Old Fort Lauderdale Museum of History, the Stranahan House, Butterfly World, Coral Springs Museum of Art, I.G.F.A. Fishing Hall of Fame and Museum, South Florida Museum of Natural History, Buehler Planetarium and Observatory, Flamingo Gardens, Quiet Waters County Park, Ann Kolb Nature Center, riverboat cruises, and boat tours.