Your home in Jupiter – a tropical paradise in Florida
There are a great many reasons for choosing one of Jupiter’s communities for your home. From the many waterways, plentiful golf courses, miles of pristine beaches, parks and preserve, and fantastic weather to the waterfront condominiums, gated golf and yacht club communities and affordable neighborhoods ideal for raising a family the area truly is a tropical paradise. You can find homes for sale in Jupiter by using the Advanced Search tool for this website.
Shopping and dining is excellent and varied due to shopping centers and restaurants just south of Jupiter in Palm Beach Gardens, City Place in West Palm Beach, in Abacoa Town Center, the Village of Tequesta and along Indiantown Road in Jupiter. On the eastern shoreline of the Jupiter Intracoastal the Master Planned Recreational Corridor called Riverwalk is well underway. When completed, Riverwalk will provide public access to approximately 2.5 miles of the Intracoastal Waterway and the Jupiter Inlet. Harbourside Place on the north side of Indiantown Rd. bridge, is home to the Wyndham Grand Hotel as well as top restaurants and shops. Harbourside Place also offers a boat dock for public use.
For sports fans, Roger Dean in Abacoa is home to two World Series pennant winning baseball teams: the Florida Marlins and the St. Louis Cardinals in addition to two Florida State teams: the Jupiter Hammerheads and the Palm Beach Cardinals. Just south of Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens is what many consider to be the “Golf Capital of the World”. And with access to some of the most pristine waterways of the country, the area is rich with aquatic activities such as fishing, boating, water-skiing, jet-skiing, swimming, surfing, snorkeling, kayaking and paddleboarding. And due to the near perfect tropical climate, these activities can be enjoyed year-round.
First class entertainment is nearby at the Kravis Center in City Place, the Eissey Campus Theater in Palm Beach Gardens and the Maltz Theatre in Jupiter. Ther area has a thriving arts community with the Lighthouse Gallery and School of Art in Tequesta at its center and annual arts festivals in Abacoa, ArtiGras, and Juno Beach, Artfest By the Sea. A luxury cinema, Cinépolis , is opening across from Harbourside in the Shoppes of Jupiter in November and the revitalization of Abacoa Town Center includes plans for an upscale entertainment center.
Health care services are readily accessible due to the abundance of state-of-the are hospitals such as Jupiter Medical Center, Good Samaritan Medical Center and St Mary’s Medical Center – both in West Palm Beach – to name a few. Outstanding specialty facilities and individual providers can be found throughout the area, including holistic medicine, cosmetic surgery, physical therapy and mental health.
About the Schools
Public schools serving Jupiter and Tequesta are Jerry Thomas Elementary School, Jupiter Elementary School, Jupiter Farms Community, Limestone Creek Elementary, Lighthouse Elementary School, Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Jupiter Middle School Independence Middle School and Jupiter High School. Private schools include Good Shepherd Episcopal School, Jupiter Christian School, Jupiter Academy, All Saints Catholic School, and Turtle River Montessori School.
Near-by campuses of Palm Beach State College, Nova South University and Florida Atlantic University provide educational opportunities for students seeking degrees and adults interested in continuing education and self-improvement classes.