Abacoa is a 2,055 acre development consisting of fifteen family based communities that are located in Jupiter. Suburban sprawl, found in most of South Florida, means that communities or subdivision can lose the appeal that brings families together. Abacoa was planned to integrate work, live, play into a community of mixed use zoning and bringing all facets of community life together in one place.
One of the most elegant neighborhoods in Abacoa is Valencia. Smaller than some of the other communities with 137 single family homes, you know this section of Abacoa is different from the moment you enter Valencia Boulevard and pass under the stately Royal Palms that line the main entrance. Homes in Valencia offer elegance not found in the other communities.
Built in 2003-2004 by Frankel-Paone, Valencia Abacoa Jupiter homes for sale exhibit an Old World grace and Mediterranean style. Romantic entries feature iron gates or arched doorways. Terra cotta tile roofs of varied pitches and trellises draped with bright purple bougainvillea provide warm color. Inside each home, high ceilings, curved Moorish style windows and open loggias provide extended vistas.
Interiors are well appointed with luxury amenities like marble floors, soaring ceilings and groin vault foyers, stainless steel appliances, elegant sconces and spacious master suites. Outside you will find heated pools with spas, 3 car garages with parking in the rear of the homes and summer kitchens.
Families will find these homes appealing because four schools are located in or adjacent to Abacoa. These schools are Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Independence Middle School, Lighthouse Elementary School and Jupiter Middle School. The high schools nearby are Jupiter High School and Dwyer High School.
With all Abacoa offers and the luxury of Valencia, you may never want or need to venture far from this outstanding community.