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Addison Reserve has been designed as a community that provides a superior lifestyle for families with a wide range of interests and ages. Distributed throughout the Community are four mini-parks that offer members a quiet space to look out over a lake and observe the natural beauty of the flora and fauna or let their children and grandchildren toss a ball in a grassy open space, play on the swings and slides or do a circuit workout on the training bars and benches.

Resident security and privacy is of the utmost importance at Addison Reserve. From the 24-hour a day manned security gate to the armed patrols and state-of-the-art perimeter monitoring system, every effort is made to ensure peace of mind. Each residence is equipped with a centrally monitored alarm system, and on-site security and medical response assistance is just a phone call away. Addison Reserve Country Club’s professional staff manages operations of the Club with oversight by the Club Board of Governors. Each of the nineteen Villages has their own Property Owners Association to manage Village affairs and maintain common areas and roadways. Two categories of Equity Membership are available at the Club. All residents must purchase an equity membership when buying a home at Addison Reserve.

There are 565 Golf Memberships at the Club with the remaining 152 memberships being Sports Memberships. A Golf Membership entitles the member to use all of the golf, tennis, swimming, fitness and social facilities of the Club. A Sports Membership entitles the member to use all of the tennis, swimming, fitness and social facilities of the Club. Sports members are entitled to unlimited golf play during the period May 1 to October 31 and limited use of the golf facilities during the balance of the year. Please contact the Club Membership office at 561-637-4004, ext. 101 for more details and for information about annual membership dues and fees. The Club is located on Jog Road in Delray Beach, Florida just south of Linton Blvd and just north of the Morikami Museum in Boca Raton.