We are thrilled to announce a TFA closing that came in on Friday in West Palm Beach! Crista Ryan, our President, represented the Buyer of 223 Belmonte Road, a Colonial home nestled in the heart of the El Cid Historic District. El Cid was initially developed as a commercial pineapple operation. By the early 1920s, El Cid began transforming into the neighborhood we know today, brimming with Mediterranean Revival and Mission-style homes.

Bolstering with desirability, in 2019 El Cid recorded its highest historical sale at which was over $11 million. With only being 2 miles away from downtown Palm Beach and with a desirable price point, El Cid has become a hot spot for new young families. Moreover, Residents are drawn to the waterfront neighborhood with proximity to drive, bike, or walk to award-winning restaurants that stretch along the South Dixie Highway. In addition, El Cid sits just steps away from the charming Antique Row Art and Design District, heralded as the east coast’s premier antique shopping district.

223 Belmont sits on a large 100 by 120 square foot lot. This home has 4 bedrooms and three bathrooms including a detached cabana and swimming pool. This light, bright and airy home incorporates hardwood floors, large bay windows, and a one of a kind art deco concrete staircase. Confirmed with the City of West Palm Beach Historic Board, this home can be considerably added onto.

Our client’s future plans involve transforming this historic home with today’s amenities while maintaining the allure of the 1940s architecture. We are excited to see how this home will be reimagined and the joy it will bring to the El Cid area.

Crista Ryan
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