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Jupiter Florida Real Estate Jupiter waterfront homes offer an opportunity for privacy and exclusivity not found in other areas. Scenic properties with river, lake and Intracoastal frontage offer amenities such as boat houses, private slips, docking facilities, and sandy beaches.View Jupiter Waterfront Properties
Abacoa is a live/work development comprised of seventeen communities and is located in Jupiter, Florida. The Abacoa development spans over 2,055 acres and features Abacoa real estate comprised of single family homes for sale, townhomes, condos and Abacoa rentals. Since it’s inception in 1998, Abacoa homes have been sought after by families seeking an unsurpassed quality of life with access to many conveniences that the central location provides. Conveniences include world-class shopping, an array of phenomenal restaurants, championship golf courses, the Jupiter Beach, Florida Atlantic University and many outdoor recreational activities.View Abacoa Properties
Your new home in Jupiter Country Club features a stunning golf course, lake or preserve views, innovative designs and thoughtful attention to detail. Jupiter Country Club isn’t just for golfers. The Mediterranean-inspired clubhouses mean you’ll be relaxing in resort-style pools, hitting our tennis courts with friends, or staying busy with an array of other recreational amenities. Whether you’re an avid golfer, or simply appreciate unparalleled quality and amenities, you’ll love living amidst the beauty of Jupiter Country Club. Enjoy low HOA dues as well!View Jupiter Country Club Properties
Juno Beach, Florida is a quaint beach town located between Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter in northern Palm Beach County. Named after the Roman Goddess Juno, the town was not incorporated until 1953, though native civilization dates back to 500 B.C. With a total area of less than two square miles, Juno is home to more seasonal residents than year round residents, though that trend is changing as more families are moving to established neighborhoods like Juno Isles, Surfside Hills, or Sea Oats. Oceanfront condos such as Juno Ocean Club, Tomkus, Oceanfront Condos, Cote De La Mer, Ocean Royale, and Waterfront Condos are attractive to retirees and snowbirds because homeowners can be on the white sand beach in a matter of steps. Additionally, Juno Beach condos for sale offer spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean from private balconies as well as an array of amenities such as a swimming pool, fitness center, clubhouse, and underground parking. Juno Beach townhome communities such as Juno Dunes and Ocean Ridge are popular for those who want the low-maintenance of a condo but the privacy of a single family residence.
Because it is right in the middle of Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, all residents appreciate the short skip to high-end retail shops, the Gardens Mall, Harbourside in Jupiter, and numerous restaurants including local favorites Captain Charlie’s, Kee Grill, the Thirsty Turtle, and Juno Beach Café.
Juno Beach is dedicated to the conservation and preservation of its natural environment, an attribute that residents proudly protect. The town is also characterized by its ample walking trails, numerous parks and its 990 foot pier. The Juno Beach Park Pier is a great place to take a leisurely stroll, fish, or simply sit and take in the surrounding beauty. Just north of the pier, residents can enjoy spending time with their dogs at the pet-friendly beach. South of the pier is Seminole Landing, one of the nation’s most prestigious golf course communities. Developed in 1929 by E.F. Hutton, Seminole Landing is an oceanfront community with a unique combination high elevation, mangroves, and waterfront. The golf course was designed by legendary golfer Donald Ross and is widely known for its difficulty and mystique. The private club does not host any tournaments and, unless a member of the club, even the most decorated golf professionals find it difficult to get a tee time. Famous Americans including Presidents Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, Pastor Billy Graham, and golf icons Sam Sneed, Arnold Palmer, and Ben Hogan have all had the honor of walking the green. In fact, Ben Hogan once proclaimed that if he were “a young man going on the pro tour, I’d try to make arrangements to get on Seminole. If you can play Seminole, you can play any course in the world.” Though few people have the luxury to play at Seminole Landing, Juno Beach residents can tee up at nearby municipal courses including North Palm Beach Country Club and Abacoa Golf Club, both highly praised public courses.ool system which includes Jupiter Elementary, Jupiter Middle, and Jupiter High Schools. Private schools in the area include Jupiter Christian, Pine School, Benjamin School, and Turtle River Montessori.
Perhaps Juno Beach is best known for the Loggerhead Marine Life Center and Manatee Lagoon, an eco-discovery center sponsored by Florida Power and Light (FPL). The Loggerhead Center is a refuge for injured sea turtles and for young hatchlings who did not make it out sea. Marine doctors rehabilitate the turtles and then release them back into the ocean. The center is open to the public and hosts educational seminars, conservation programs, camps, story-time for tots, and seasonal events throughout the year. FPL’s Manatee Lagoon is open to the public at no charge but does require advance registration. The eco-center offers weekly story-time for children as well as tours, yoga classes, and learning classes. Juno Beach residents are zoned for the North Palm Beach Conservatory School, a highly acclaimed public elementary school that focuses on music education. For middle and high school, Juno Beach children respectively attend Hal Watkins and Dwyer High School, both of which are located in nearby Palm Beach Gardens. Private school options include the Benjamin School, Jupiter Christian, St. Mark’s Episcopal, the Weiss School, and Trinity Christian School.
Harbourside Place and Abacoa Town Center are popular venues year round, many Jupiter foodies frequent local joints such as U-Tiki, Dive Bar, Hog Snapper, Leftovers, Food Shack, Guanabanas, and Kee Grill. Children residing in Jupiter enjoy top-rated public schools including Limestone Elementary, Lighthouse / Beacon Cove, Jupiter Elementary, Jupiter Middle, Independence Middle, and Jupiter High School. Highly praised private schools such as Jupiter Christian, All Saints, Pine School, and Benjamin School are also nearby.
The history of Jupiter begins with the Hobe Indian Tribe, the first inhabitants of the territory near the mouth of the Loxahatchee River. Historians agree the town Jupiter first originated between 1763 and 1783 after Spain ceded Florida to Britain. The name itself is a result of an Anglican phonetic mishap. Mapmakers mistook the Spanish spelling “Jobe” referring to the Hobe Indians, and recorded it as Jove, the Roman name for Zeus, god of light. The British then changed it to the name of their god, Jupiter. Jupiter’s consort is Juno; hence the name of Jupiter’s neighboring town. Today, Jupiter is home to more than 60,000 jovial residents, who still celebrate Coastal Living’s 2012 accolade of the “9th Happiest Seaside Town in America.”
From gated golf communities to country estates to beachfront condos and seaside townhomes, Jupiter real estate has something to offer people in all stages of life. A charming, vibrant, and active town that enjoys year round sunshine, it is no wonder so many professional golfers, retired athletes, popular rock stars, notable entrepreneurs, and savvy businessmen call Jupiter home.