Spanish Colonial Homes

Cooper City

Cooper City homes for sale are among the finest in Broward County, Florida. With beautiful Spanish Colonial architecture as well as more modern builds, these homes are among the most sought after in the area. Bordered on the north by Griffin Road and on the south by Sheridan Street, Cooper City residents are always just a few minutes away from the other exciting major centers of Dania Beach, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale.

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Cooper City Real Estate Stats

Average Price $692K
Lowest Price $3K
Highest Price $1.5M
Total Listings 12
Avg. Price/SQFT $275

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Cooper City, Broward County Real Estate

Cooper City homes for sale have quite a wide range of prices and styles, so there's sure to be something you're looking for in the area.

Timeless two storey Spanish colonial homes with terra cotta roofing and stark white walls are the most common home styles in the area, but there are also some more contemporary builds as well, with bright open floor plans and large glass windows for letting in plenty of light.

Homes in Cooper City are quite affordable, generally sitting between three hundred to seven hundred thousand dollars, although there are some more luxury options that come available from time to time that can get as high as one and a half million dollars. 

On the middle end, many of these properties have up to four bedrooms, making these homes perfect for large families with lots of children. 

Townhomes are also great options in Cooper City real estate, often with two storeys and situated in gorgeous gated communities.

Cooper City, FL Area Information

Cooper City real estate is also popular for the many different things to do in the area. Between the multiple schools, shopping zones, parks and recreational areas, Cooper City residents are always close to something to do.

Things To Do In Cooper City, Florida

Cooper City homeowners are close to multiple incredible parks within their community, but none as large as the Brian Piccolo Sports Park and Velodrome that sits on the southeastern side of the neighborhood. 

This massive outdoor sports center features multiple great amenities for residents to enjoy, such as a velodrome and even a skate park. 

Just a few of the many other parks in the Cooper City area include:

  • Jerry Morgan Park
  • Dawn Park
  • Suellen H. Fardelmann Cooper City Sports Complex
  • Bill Lips Sports Complex
  • Forest Lake Park
  • Tamarind Park

The golfers in the area enjoy being able to take advantage of the Cooper Colony Golf & Country Club on the north eastern side.

This casual 18 hole golf course is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the gorgeous weather while teeing off in the midst of Florida's picturesque scenery. 

Schools In Cooper City

Cooper City homes are also perfect for families, with plenty of options for schools in the area, such as:

  • Primrose School of Cooper City
  • Cooper City Elementary School
  • Embassy Creek Elementary School
  • Pioneer Middle School
  • Cooper City High School
  • Griffin Elementary School

FAQs About Cooper City, Florida

Q: How did Cooper City get its name?

A: Cooper City got its name from the founder, Morris Cooper, who founded it in 1959.

Q: How far is Cooper City from the beach?

A: Cooper City sits only 10 miles inland from some of Florida's most famous beaches, with Fort Lauderdale's beaches to the north and Hollywood's beaches to the south.


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