Southend Real Estate & Homes For Sale
The Southend, or South of Southern (SoSo), neighborhood boasts some of West Palm Beach’s more desirable homes. The demographic in this area is mostly made up of baby boomers, however, the neighborhood is attracting some younger families as well.
The architectural styles of the neighborhood are as diverse as the prices of homes, ranging from the modest ranch house to the opulent waterfront mansion. Many of the areas older homes were constructed in the 1950s, however, there is a great deal of new construction going on as the well-heeled continue to pour into the area.
The Southend is undoubtedly known for its bordering of the Intracoastal Waterway and Flagler Drive. A 5-minute drive to downtown, the airport, and the interstate make this destination at the top of the list for more than one reason.
The actual map area for the Southend runs from Southern Blvd. south to the Lake Worth Spillway and east of US-1/Dixie Hwy. For purposes on this page we are using data for single family homes east of I-95, from Southern Blvd to the Lake Worth Spillway.
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Southend Real Estate Trends
Because the Southend is such a large geographic region, there tend to be a lot of homes on the market to choose from. These homes vary in cost, with homes that are nestled between Dixie Highway and Olive Ave sitting around the $500’s, while the homes east of Olive and bordering the Intracoastal Waterway can fetch as much as $5,000,000 and upwards.
2018 Real Estate Statistics (Information obtained from MLS)
Number of Properties Sold: Two hundred three (203) Single-Family Homes
Total Volume Sold: $102,807,141.00
Median List Price: $543,933.00
Median Sales Price: $506,439.00
Sales vs. List Price: 94%
Median Living Sq Ft: 1,755 sq ft (under A/C)
Median Sold Price Per Sq Ft: $259 per sq ft
Median Days on market: 70 Days