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The Yamato neighborhood in Boca Raton is filled with history and culture. Originally created by Japanese farmers in the early 20th century, the community was a cluster of Japanese families. The colony managed to stay small due to a variety of factors, and in 1908, pineapple blight destroyed the crops, and many of the settlers returned to Japan. There is still a massive cultural influence in the area, and the colony is remembered by the street in Boca of the same name. The colony is also remembered at the Morikami Park and the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Palm Beach County.
Yamato, Boca Raton, FL, Real Estate
Homes in the Yamato area are on the smaller to medium size. The area has many apartment complexes and high-rise buildings along with single-family homes. The community has a high vacancy rate compared to similar neighborhoods in the US. A big contributing factor to the vacancy rate is the number of vacation homes and investment properties in the area. Most of the residences were built between 1940 and 1999. Prices range from $120,000 to $22 million. There is a diverse selection of home styles and prices for a variety of budgets and lifestyles.
Yamato, Boca Raton, FL, Amenities
Residents of the Yamato area have access to some great Boca amenities. While being walking distance to the beach, those who love water sports, soaking up the sun, and just spending time by the ocean have direct access to visit every day if they choose. There are plenty of museums nearby for history buffs to visit and learn interesting facts about the city and its history. There are plenty of places to go outside and enjoy nature, as Boca has numerous parks and green spaces with walking trails that are family-friendly. There’s always something to do in Boca Raton.