Hillsboro Beach is a quaint, small town in coastal Broward County, Florida. The 2010 census puts the population at about 1,875.
Though Hillsboro Beach is small in population and size – total area is less than two square miles – it has plenty of character and things to do. The Seabonay Beach Resort is nearby, and homes are high-quality.
Whether you want a quiet retreat or a luxury estate, you’ll be able to find housing in Hillsboro Beach. The town includes a stretch of road called “Millionaire’s Mile” or the “Hillsboro Mile.”
Hillsboro Beach has been well-established; it was settled in 1922 but was not incorporated until June 12, 1939. Like many oceanfront areas, Hillsboro presents buyers with investment potential. If you want to own a rental home, this small town is a good place to start. While there’s plenty to do in Hillsboro Beach itself, neighboring cities include Deerfield Beach, a city with a renowned fishing pier and various activities for people of all ages.
For boating enthusiasts, Hillsboro Beach offers two exciting boating opportunities. Boating on the Atlantic is an exciting option, and the town also is next to the Intracoastal Waterway, making it easy to travel to and from many parts of South Florida by boat.
Hillsboro Beach is a part of the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan Statistical area, so if you want to take a day trip to one of South Florida’s big cities, you can do it with ease. If you want a quiet seaside town that’s close to everything, Hillsboro Beach may well be your answer.