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Palm Beach Gardens Real Estate

You want to wake up in paradise right? 

On a whim, you could pull your boat right up to the inlet and float under an indelibly blue tropical, Florida sky. Or is it a golfing day? PGA is just as close as the Atlantic Ocean…putt to your heart’s content with a staycation at the legendary PGA National Resort & Spa or find a coach to help improve your game or introduce your children to it. 

Living in paradise doesn’t have to be something you romanticize, it can be your reality. 

Palm Beach Gardens is bordered by West Palm Beach and Riveria Beach with a population of over 56,000. Palm Beach Gardens is monikered the “Top City to Live in Florida,” by the Chamber of Commerce and is the loadstone of all things golf, retreat, and family-oriented activities. It was also ranked the 17th safest city in Florida and known as “Tree City”. 

Palm Beach Gardens compels all manner of retirees, professionals, and upwardly mobile new families to its still cerulean shores. Especially young families wanting to raise their children in a healthy and secure waterfront city that will afford them the opportunities and educational development most coveted. There are multiple public, private, charter, and magnet schools to choose from. 

The original 1950’s architecture of the gardened-themed city purchase by John D. MacArthur is sewn into all 4,000+ acres. Even down to the exotic flora and fauna street names.

Housing price points vary but meet the needs of multiple socioeconomic statuses. Whether you’re seeking a country club golfing community, condominium, gated community,  single or multiple-family home, Palm Beach Gardens real estate market can satisfy. There are over 90 neighborhoods to choose from and architecture styles are 19th century Mediterranean Revival, Ranch, and Modern.

Residential areas aren’t the only desirable attractions. Palm Beach Gardens’ green spaces are just as pleasing. Dog-friendly, Lilac Park just off Military Trail offers canoe and kayak access, fishing, grills, pavilions, 2 dog parks with obstacle courses, a skate park with added ramps, rails, and more. And of course, there’s the legendary 438-acre, John D. MacArthur Beach State Park named for the developer of the city. It’s complete with direct ocean access a kid-friendly lagoon, nature trails, and the Silver Leaf dog trail exclusively for your four-legged family members. 

172-acre Frenchman’s Forest Natural Area is also a go-to which offers a nature preserve with the most brilliant old-growth forest, 7 ecosystems, and 4 sandy trails to traverse.

Diverse cuisine awaits either waterfront or on the bustling famed PGA Blvd, it’s in close proximity to restaurants and shops at PGA Commons and national chains like Trader Joe’s, Starbucks, and more. You’ll also have your pick of takeout, comfort food, tapas, gastropubs, and other cravings, can satisfy any foodies pallet. Try these popular neighborhood haunts Bolay for fresh eats, The Cooper Restaurant for upscale dining, and Sarah’s Cafe for down-home, American cafe victuals.

Some other activities in Palm Beach Gardens can be found at the Gardens Mall and Downtown Palm Beach Gardens which has an array of eateries, shops, and family-friendly events like Friday and Saturday Concert Nights, Weekly Workouts for mama and the kiddos, and Family Art in the Park. 
Feeling an urgency to turn your tropical utopia fantasies into your real life? Learn more about Palm Beach Gardens now.

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