Experience Open Space and the Great Outdoors in the Privacy of a Gated Community Located Within the City Limits of Boca Raton
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Royal Oak Landing Homeowner’s Association, Inc. also known as Boca Raton Sailing and Racquet Club is comprised of 105 architecturally distinct custom built, estate homes. The heavily wooded, guard gated community offers a picturesque, 116 acre park like setting surrounding 45 acre Lake Camino. Home designs encompass a blend of modern, mid century modern, ranch, traditional, contemporary and Mediterranean styles. Because buyers purchase their lots and improve them with custom homes, no two homes are the same. Individual home sites average over one-third acre in size and some homes are built on more than one lot. Other lots adjoin green areas that not only add an expansive view amenity but also separation privacy.
As a natural source of outdoor recreation the community offers sailing, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, biking, fishing, walking, jogging, or just exploring the lakeside nature trail and preserve which is home to colorful birds and native plants and trees. Most homes are directly on the lake or have lake access through common areas. In addition to the natural amenities there are two lighted tennis courts, a boat ramp and a clubhouse. Directly across the street is the popular 132 acre Sugar Sand Park which offers basketball courts, six baseball fields, roller hockey arena, field house, theater and community center as well as conservation land with hiking trails and picnic areas. Adjacent to Sugar Sand Park is the 24 acre Blazing Star nature preserve with a mile long foot path. The neighborhood is very close to the best of Boca and just minutes from the central business district, public beaches, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton Regional Hospital, the Town Center Mall, Mizner Park, the Museum of Art, movie theaters, and the Boca Raton Resort and Club.
Since Boca Raton Sailing and Racquet Club is located within the city limits of Boca Raton, residents enjoy all the benefits of City services. These benefits include lying within a school district where the City’s top rated public schools are located. The community has the unique characteristic of providing a suburban estate density of 1 unit per acre in an in town, urban location and offers a perfect setting to escape to the country and still be close to everything.
HELP BUILD A SENSE OF COMMUNITY MONTHLY BOARD MEETINGS
All residents are invited to join community board meetings, generally held once every month in our Clubhouse. Meeting notice signs are posted at the front and the back gates a minimum of 48 hours in advance. Resident interaction with the board of directors and meeting participation is welcomed and encouraged.
COMMUNITY ANNUAL MEETING
Each November, we hold an annual members meeting at the Clubhouse at which time directors are elected and residents can meet and provide feedback to new board members.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Dr. Patricia Reese, President
Karen Meltzer, V.P.
Brian Jones, Treasurer
Karen Silverstein, Secretary
Ron Hotchkiss, Director