Pembroke Pines Real Estate

Below are all the communities and properties available in or around the Pembroke Pines area.

Development Type Price Range Comments
Boulevard Heights Single family home(s) $160,000.00 - $299,900.00 NA
Chapel Trail Condo(s) Town home(s)    Single family home(s) $227,999.00 - $549,900.00 NA
Cinnamon Place Single family home(s) $200,000.00 - $290,000.00 NA
Crystal Pointe Single family home(s) $276,400.00 - $399,900.00 NA
Dimensions Single family home(s) $289,900.00 - $359,900.00 NA
Grand Palms Condo(s) Town home(s)    Single family home(s) $205,000.00 - $1,149,995.00 NA
Pembroke Falls Single family home(s) $358,600.00 - $929,000.00 NA
Pembroke Isles Single family home(s) $390,000.00 - $650,000.00 NA
Pembroke Lakes Single family home(s) $179,000.00 - $389,999.00 NA
Pembroke Pines Condo(s) Town home(s)    Single family home(s) $239,900.00 - $399,000.00 NA
Pembroke Shores Condo(s) Town home(s)    Single family home(s) $254,000.00 - $525,000.00 NA
Silver Lakes Single family home(s) $89,000.00 - $660,000.00 NA
The Landings Single family home(s) $279,900.00 - $325,000.00 NA
Walnut Creek Condo(s) Town home(s)    Single family home(s) $254,900.00 - $595,000.00 NA
Westfork Single family home(s) $299,900.00 - $499,900.00 NA

 

Pembroke Pines Real Estate Website

An area teeming with diversity, Pembroke Pines is located in Southwest Broward County one of the world’s most favorite playgrounds. With the Atlantic Ocean just minutes away and all the sporting venues in the vicinity, residents and visitors to the area will find themselves immersed in recreational entertainment year round. In addition, the area’s beautiful parks offer families unlimited opportunities to enjoy the gorgeous tropical sunshine. Some of the greatest sport venues in South Florida are very close to Pembroke Pines, such as The Pro Player Stadium, which serves as the home of the Miami Dolphins and the Florida Marlins. But the area is not just a great place to play but also an attractive location for business. Many national and international corporations have relocated here.

Pembroke Pines was incorporated in 1960, and took the name Pembroke from its location along Pembroke Road and the many pine trees in the area. In 1992 Hurricane Andrew devastated parts of southern Miami. However, Pembroke Pines remained mostly intact and saw a significant migration of southern Miami families moving into western Broward County. The city's population has grown from 65,452 in 1990 to an estimated 2005 population of 148,000.

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