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North Palm Beach Real Estate

Jet skis levitate amidst the Atlantic Ocean, while paddle boats float on the silky waves as the sun sets and beach bodies silhouette against the horizon.  Living in the quiet bosom of paradise awaits as you settle into the canopy of palm tree-lined streets in a cozy villa, condo, or single-family home that’s just your style and speed. 

North Palm Beach is bordered by Riveria Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, and is just 9 miles from West Palm Beach with a population of over 13,000. The Village of North Palm Beach is monikered “The Best Place to Live Under the Sun,” and is the epicenter of all things water and adventure. North Palm Beach Village was ranked the 5th safest city in Florida. 

The Village of North Palm Beach is home to retirees and young families wanting to raise their families in the quaint, charming, water-front town. Million-dollar homes dot the coast with modern, coastal architecture, met with the developmental plans of billionaire philanthropist John D. MacArthur who single-handedly developed the area through the 1950s-1960s. 

Docking your boat outside of your condo or home is customary. Housing price points are competitive and cater to multiple income brackets. Whether you’re seeking a sprawling estate, multi-family home, or something smaller, the North Palm Beach real estate market has you covered.  

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Education is a priority in North Palm Beach which boasts high-ranked prep, public, and private schools positioned to prepare your children for their future.  

Green spaces fused with oceanic views meander through the village leading to the only state park in the Palm Beaches, 438-acre, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park. The beach park also includes the kid-friendly Lake Worth Lagoon, nature trails, and the Silver Leaf dog trail exclusively for your four-legged family members. Peanut Island is a 79-acre island and great area for fishing, snorkeling, and diving; the water-life appears vivid and brilliant in the clear waters–bring your underwater cameras. They offer beach camping and primitive tent camping as well, reserve early as these opportunities are limited.

Family-friendly areas are not an exception for the village, with a multitude of clean and safe parks for your recreational needs. Wander through Anchorage Park or Lakeside Park which offers a playground, open space, and a small beach-front view. Lakeside Park is known for being peaceful and dog-friendly.

Diverse cuisine can be found throughout the village. Try the popular, casual, and sophisticated waterfront Frigate’s Bar and Grill for seafood fare. Or the Italian fine dining experience of Cucina Cabana serving the freshest seafood, tapas, and live nightly entertainment. Feel free to dock your boat just outside the Frigate’s seating area for a picturesque nightscape and a moonlit breeze reminding you just how lucky you are to wake up to another day in paradise.

Some other activities North Palm Beach has to offer are their oldest bookstore in Palm Beach County, The Book Exchange & Comic Book Shop. It’s a labyrinth of wall-to-wall books it’s too easy to get lost in. You may have to leave the city limits to explore the Loggerhead Marine Life Center or Mounts Botanical Garden, teeming with 2,000+ subtropical plant species from six continents. It’s also the oldest and largest public garden in the Palm Beaches. 

Is village-style ocean-front living calling your soul? Learn more about this sweet town right now. 

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