Jupiter is a small town where except for a couple of large developments like Egret Landing, most of the single family homes are nestled into small pockets. The geography of the Town is such that the Jupiter Inlet and the Intracoastal Waterway as well as natural preserve areas like Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Riverbend Park break the area in small sections. One of the newest communities to be built in Jupiter is the small area known as Clocktower Hammock.
Here in central Jupiter, the 40 homes in Clocktower Hammock were built in the late 2000’s and range in size from three bedrooms with about 1,800 square feet to four bedrooms with 2,500 square feet. This family friendly community is located almost exactly in the heart of the Town of Jupiter and the quiet streets don’t have any traffic except those residents coming or going. And the neighborhood is named for the Clocktower with carillon that is installed nearby and chimes out the time all day.
All schools are part of the Palm Beach County system and are “A” rated. In fact, Jupiter High School is less than ½ mile away on Military Trail. Also within a mile is the Palm Beach County Public Library, the Town Hall and Police Station, the Jupiter Community Center, the North County Aquatic Center and the Jupiter Medical Center and associated doctor’s offices.
Drive just 5 minutes to the east and you will find the Jupiter Inlet with its famous 150 year old Lighthouse and Dubois and Inlet Parks. At Dubois, always a family favorite, has a large, shallow lagoon where clear ocean water comes in a makes a great place for the kids to safely play. At the Inlet, a jetty makes its way into the ocean where the fishing is always great.