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    Jupiter Real Estate

    Hitting that final putt on the green is a customary draw for new residents in Jupiter, rated “The Happiest Seaside Town” in the United States.

    Tree-lined streets and all the fixings of a lush tropical getaway can be yours, all within the beach town of Jupiter, a dream to behold. The town is relished for its fabulous fishing and diving opportunities too and you’ll absolutely want to check out the Jupiter Sandbar near the Jupiter Inlet, boaters often flood this area at low tide.

    Jupiter is the northernmost city in the Palm Beaches and is bordered by Stuart, Palm Beach Gardens, and West Palm Beach about 45 minutes north of Jupiter. It has a small population of just over 65,000 and is 23.12 mi².

    Waterfront Dubois Park greets you as your feet sink into the velvety white sands and the salty air spritzes across your forehead and settles on your lips. The flawless lapis waters flow with the current’s pull into the inlet and a nearby lagoon shallow enough for the children to swim in. See the millionaire estates with attached Mother-in-Law Suites for multigenerational living across the inlet and the Historic Lighthouse with its adjacent museum.

    The Lighthouse is a focal point of the town, constructed between 1855 and 1860, sitting on about 120 acres. Work on the Lighthouse was halted due to the Third Seminole War. The Lighthouse is 108 ft. tall and is fully automated but kept by the Loxahatchee River Historical Society that sees to its preservation.

     

    Of course, you don’t just want the historic. If you’re looking for exclusivity, luxury, and resort-style living Jupiter Island real estate will be most enticing. Jupiter housing price points remain competitive. Common home styles are water-front, gated, ocean-front, with neighborhoods that border the sea. There are a plethora of private golf courses and communities with Bear’s Club being the most exclusive. The architecture of Jupiter homes varies from modern, Spanish-Style, and coastal–there is something for everyone. And the accessibility of waterways makes docking your boat in your own backyard both common and a cinch.

    It’s known for its lush golf courses, enchanting, serene beaches, and the town’s appetite for nature and the great outdoors. Jupiter is recognized as the Eco-Tourism capital of Palm Beach County. The ability to dive in fresh or saltwater and explore the multiple eco-systems it preserves is uncanny. Journey through marshy nature trails, fish or canoe, and kayak at Waterway Park or bird watch at John D. MacArthur State Park to decompress from your daily routine.

    Jupiter views are to die for, find your nearest waterfront restaurant for diverse casual and upscale dining. Don’t want to drive? Glide your family’s boat along the waterway and dock outside Guanabanas seafood Island-themed Restaurant with Intracoastal waterway views, a tiki bar, and live music. And make sure you stop at Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street, it’s a new upscale dining complex with delicious food and a plethora of water activities.

    Prefer a bit more ritz? Try elegant eats at Sinclair Ocean Grill with seafood sourced from Jupiter Beach or the luxury of 1000 North for terrace and tavern upscale, waterfront dining experience.

    The value of education cannot be overstated as Jupiter is home to several private, and religious K-12 schools and has two satellite campus locations for Florida Atlantic University.

    Want to turn paradise into your everyday life? Let us show you how.