The community of "SoSo" is perfectly positioned just south of Southern Boulevard in West Palm Beach. SoSo is highly unique and comfortable in every where - the architecture, the streetscaping, as well as all of the historic character it contains.
There are narrow lanes lined by tall hedges that curve and draw you to new pathways, as well as streets, filled with lush, intimate nooks. There are a wide, grand lawns capped by spectacular mansions along Flagler Drive and Mission-style residences built in the 1920s alongside mid-century ranch-style homes.
The entire 1.5 mile stretch contains more than 2,000 homes sharing a spine along Dixie Highway with places of business ranging from bakeries, ethnic restaurants to medical offices.
Homes in SoSo can range anywhere from anywhere from the low $100ks to over a million dollars due to the close proximity to the Intracoastal Waterway, as well as the heavy amount of concrete-block homes situated farther from the water. While the homes farther from the water in SoSo may be dated, numerous amounts of them have been renovated or modified to fit home buyer's specific needs.
SoSo also hosts the Belair Historic District, which covers the 200 and 300 blocks of Pilgrim and Plymouth roads. Platted in 1923, it includes more than 50 homes in the Mission Revival, Mediterranean Revival and frame Vernacular Styles - the oldest of which is the Richard Hone/Brombacher House built in 1895 in Plymouth.
Information Courtesy Of: Palm Beach Post