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Palm Beach

With a unique setting, the Town of Palm Beach features fantastic and scenic neighborhoods, even by standards of other incredible communities within the State of Florida.  The entire town is located upon 16 miles of barrier island.  Most of the area is water.  Palm Beach is the easternmost town within the State of Florida, and more than half of its residents are age 65 or older.  With a number of affluent residents, and a strong sense of community, Palm Beach has been ranked as one of the best places to live by a national magazine.  Come explore some of the best options in Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale.


The Town of Palm Beach is located along the eastern coast of Florida in beautiful Palm Beach County.  Palm Beach is separated from West Palm Beach and Lake Worth by the Intracoastal.  Riviera Beach, North Palm Beach and Jupiter, Florida are all to the north of Palm Beach.  The Village of Wellington is to the southeast.  Boynton Beach, Delray Beach and Boca Raton are to the south of Palm Beach.  Palm Beach County is the second largest county within the entire State of Florida.


With around 10,000 residents, and swelling to 30,000 seasonally, Palm Beach is a large community with several neighborhoods to choose from.  In fact, there are a number of Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale in the area right now.  Enjoy living the life of luxury when you make a home at one of the many Palm Beach condominium homes, including the 2500 Building.  Experience views from every direction of your home, with large balconies and a community swimming pool on-site.  Not to be outdone, 400 Building features ocean views.  400 Building and the Casa Alegre condominiums are both just steps from the upscale Worth Avenue shops in Palm Beach.  Enjoy the seclusion of a multi-million dollar estate home within Phipps Estates, or a townhome right on the golf course when you buy a new home in Tres Vidas.  With views of the water, the golf course, high-end shopping, and more, the options are plentiful in Palm Beach, Florida.  No matter your lifestyle, you are sure to find the perfect fit with one of the various Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale.

Things to Do

There are a number of historical buildings still standing in Palm Beach.  When Palm Beach was originally established, two luxury hotels stood on the barrier island.  One is the Royal Poinciana, the other still stands and is now known as the Breakers.  It is an incredible site, listed on the National Register of Historic Places and includes two championship golf courses.  Another National Historic Landmark in the area is Mar-A-Lago.  Donald Trump now owns the estate.  The Flagler Museum is another old mansion on the National Register of Historic Places.    The museum now hosts guided tours and special events and galas throughout the year.   Four Arts Gardens is also a popular location for both residents and tourists to view the area’s botanical gardens.  The Town of Palm Beach also has its own Par 3 golf course, municipal tennis centers, docks and a recreation center for residents to use.  Meanwhile, across the Intracoastal, West Palm Beach features additional outdoor recreational opportunities along the Intracoastal.  There is also the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts.  The facility hosts the ballet, opera, as well as music and theatrical productions year-round.  Meyer Amphitheater provides an outdoor entertainment option for families.  The Norton Museum of Art is also in West Palm Beach, and is one of the largest art museums in the state.  In addition, the annual SunFest brings in artists and musicians to the area each year for a waterfront festival.  Nearby Lake Worth features the Lake Worth Historical Museum and the Lake Worth Playhouse.  Lockhart Municipal Pier is a fantastic spot for surfing in this area of Palm Beach County.  There are also an additional 150, or so, private and public golf courses in the region.  Not far from Palm Beach, the Village of Wellington provides countless opportunities for equestrian facilities and top-rated equestrian events throughout the year.  Some of these bring in thousands of visitors from around the world each year.


When it comes to shopping, Palm Beach is at the top of the list for upscale shopping and dining options.  Worth Avenue is four blocks, from the Atlantic Ocean to Lake Worth.  Here you will find some of the most expensive and sought after designer shops and restaurants in all of Palm Beach County.  Nearby West Palm Beach is home to CityCenter.  The downtown shopping mall includes more than 100 stores and restaurants, some of which are unique to the area.  Clematis Street, meanwhile, is the trendy alternative area for shopping in West Palm Beach.  Along with restaurants and unique retail stores, the area also features art galleries and nighttime entertainment during the week.  Nearby Lake Worth has a revitalized downtown district full of unique shops and restaurants.  A little to the west, The Village of Wellington provides the Mall at Wellington Green, with an additional 100+ stores and restaurants to choose from.

Local Economy

The local economy of Palm Beach is tied to the tourism industry, as is a majority of the rest of Palm Beach County.  The Breakers is a large employer in Palm Beach.  Nearby West Palm Beach is the home of Florida Public Utilities.  The School District of Palm Beach County is also a large employer for the region.  The public school district covers the entire county and is also one of the largest districts in the United States.

Ready to Buy?

If you are prepared to invest in one of the many Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale, now is the time to contact My Area Realty.  We are here to answer your questions, and help you make the best choice for your real estate needs.  Call now to learn more about the various options available to you with Palm Beach, Florida homes for sale.

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