Tequesta resident Steve Marino ties for 4th at Pebble Beach

Tequesta riverfront homes are drawing PGA National Tour pros because of the scenic location on the Loxahatchee River with direct ocean access in less than 10 minutes and because Tequesta real estate is some of the finest in the northern Palm Beach County area. Although the PGA Tour pros have recently discovered the area, other notables like Joe Namath and John C. Maxwell have already discovered the area and have purchased homes here.

Riverfront homes can be found along the North Fork of the Loxahatchee River which winds through Tequesta, on the Anchorage Point peninsula, and all along the Northwest Fork extending up to the Islands of Jupiter. More homes can be found along the western side of the river which is where Rickie Fowler just purchased.

From the western shore the view is straight out the Jupiter Inlet to the ocean and homes here have docks extending into the river with lifts so that when you return from a day of fishing, you just lift the boat out of the water and head into the house. Some of the homes have infinity pools with these waterfront views. The combination is simply incredible.

Jupiter Lighthouse

Our current list of PGA Tour pros who live in Tequesta include, in addition to Rickie Fowler, Steve Marino, who tied for fourth at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Mark Calcavecchia, who lives across the street from the Honda Classic at Mirasol, and the defending champion of The Honda Classic, Camilo Villegas. The Honda Classic will be held in a couple of weeks about 8 miles south of Tequesta in Palm Beach Gardens at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens. PGA National Resort & Spa has 5 golf courses and “The Champion” is the course they use for the tournament.

The Champ #1 at PGA National

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