North Palm Beach Heights Jupiter homes consist of 28 streets and almost 1500 single family homes. North Palm Beach Heights is not in North Palm Beach but rather in Jupiter. It is also referred to as NPB Heights, The Heights of Jupiter and simply, “The Heights”
The Heights is on the Northern edge of Palm Beach County which gives way to its official name. Access to the community is from Donald Ross Road off of I95 or Frederick Small Road from Military Trail over to Heights Boulevard. All the neighborhood homes are outlined by sidewalks along the Heights Boulevard. The subdivision was started in the very early 1980’s with some homes finishing up in the early 2000’s. All homes are custom single family estates. Some are as small as 1000 square feet while others go up to 3000 living square feet. The neighborhood has a family atmosphere and lots of amenities including basketball and tennis courts, playground, and bike and jogging trails. All of this by downtown Abacoa. Springtime and minor league baseball starting the Florida Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals is a highlight. Sunday Farmers Markets, restaurants, shopping are all nearby. Art Festivals, fireworks, and Halloween haunted houses at local FSU and music concerts are all great family fun. The Jupiter school system is second to none and a major reason why this real estate is so in demand. Proximity to Scripps and I95 and US One give worker who are looking for affordable housing the perfect spot to reside in.
The Christmas and Hanukkah season bring a festival of lights as homeowner’s line the streets with an incredible light show that rivals any in the United States. For a 2-3 week period, The Heights are an incredible tourist attraction for snowbirds and local residents to see. The streets of Adams, Barbara, Dania, Dimond, Drake, Eberts, Ferrera, Foster, Flemming, Francis, Garrett, Harriet, Heather, Hollywood, Kenderick, Lauderdale, Leslie, Linton, Lucerne, Marian, Michael, Mullin, Pompano, Revere, Robinson, Roger, Ungerer, and Wolfe are the stars of the show.