Juno Beach, just south of Jupiter along the Atlantic coast, was developed most during the 1970’s and 1980’s. Here, beach lovers of all ages and interests can find something to do at the beach anytime of the day.
Dawn always finds people with coffee watching the sun rise or fisherman looking for that first large snook or pompano of the day. Other fishermen congregate on the Juno Beach Pier which extends ¼ mile into the ocean. The wide, clean and free beaches of Juno attract walkers and cyclists, surfers and kite boarders.
The newest residences in Juno Beach are the luxury townhouses in Mercury Rising. Located on the famous road, Celestial Way, right along the ocean these homes were built in 2009. Floor plans in Mercury Rising offer three bedrooms, three and a half baths with about 3,800 square feet of living space. A small building, there are only four homes in the entire complex each offering three living levels, private elevator, rooftop patio, impact glass and 2 car garage. You will love the seaside Mediterranean architectural style as well.
Moving to Juno Beach will mean that daily beach life will become part of your routine. This stretch of free beach continues north to Jupiter and is the longest stretch of public access beach in Palm Beach County. In other spots, you have to visit a park to access the beach. Since Jupiter is just 5 minutes to the north, you can visit waterfront restaurants on the Jupiter Inlet across from the 150 year old Jupiter Lighthouse. Or, since Juno Beach is between Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens, the golf, shopping and dining in this area is only a 5 or 10 minute drive away.