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Yes, a building, an attached row of stuccoed cement block with a tiled roof fašade. There are paved main roads through the complex and off of each are courtyards with an assigned parking spot for owner and guest in front of the entrance. There is also available open guest or service vehicle spots off the main road for each courtyard so only occupants would ordinarily actually drive into the courtyard itself. There are walking paths and benches around the small lake to walk Maggie. She must be on a leash at all times on community property and a MUST is cleaning up after her. Not allowed in the clubhouse or pool areas. Maggie is used to running free in our backyard and whether she has to go or not, I cannot leave our side door without her coming so we have started using a leash so she gets used to it. Normally, she'd only be on a leash when we go outside of our fencing and that is very seldom. She gets too excited to think of relieving herself so we've started to get her used to the idea by leashing her everytime I go outside. All of us old dogs will need to learn new tricks.
Lake Worth or Boynton beach is give or take about 7 miles. Other than a look-see now and then, I don't expect to be using it much and there is a little space in the event of foul weather. In the height of the season, I imagine parking might be rough. Most of the area is high end hotels or coops with private beaches and there are only a couple of public beaches that I'm aware of at this point.