Juno Beach is Jupiter’s sister city to the south. Traveling along the famous Beach Road between the two you will find miles of clean, free beaches were people who love the beach congregate. But in Jupiter, development was not allowed on the beach itself, so those people who really love the beach tend to migrate to Juno Beach where Celestial Way carves itself eastward and bring these beach lovers as close to the waves as you can get. Here you will the 36 condos of Royal Homestead.
Royal Homestead is a modest, 4 story building with covered parking for the residents. There are two and three bedroom units ranging in size from 1,725 square feet to nearly 2,200. The building faces north so your screened patio would look southward along the coastline past Seminole Golf Club and Lost Tree Village all the way to Singer Island. This also means that at night you would have views of the cityscape with its lights. In fact, this stretch of beach is one of the least populated in the area. The building has a full time manager and maintenance staff, community pool and clubhouse.
Beach lovers will enjoy watching the sun rise over the Atlantic painting the sky with different colors every morning and then watching the sun set over Palm Beach Gardens to the west. If strolling or speed walking the beach is more to your liking, heading south you may walk all morning without running into anyone. Fisherman will love the shore access to pompano fishing or they can head north a short way and venture onto the famous Juno Beach Pier where anglers reel in cobia, mackerel and bluefish.
Due to its central location, Juno Beach is also only 5-10 minutes from Jupiter and the famous lighthouse to the north and Palm Beach Gardens to the south.