September 29th, 2011
Reach Island Jupiter estates is an exclusive luxury waterfront estate community constructed by some of the best builders in Palm Beach and Martin Counties. This limited gated community is one of 6 subdivisions of the Islands of Jupiter, which consist of 4 separate Islands.
Magnificent estates with abundant uses of marble, granite, volume coffered and boxed ceilings, moldings are showcased around gorgeous views. Balconies with cast stone columns and intricate details overlook infinity resort styles pools, elaborate loggias, lush tropical landscaping and the beauty of the Riverfront waterways. Gentle breezes will captivate you to these properties.
Stunning Addison Mizner architecture or fabulous Tuscan inspired mansions are among the choosing in this premier million dollar home development. Seawall and docks for large vessels on home sites ½ an acre with hundreds of water frontage are available. Only 4 miles by boat to the Jupiter Inlet and Atlantic Ocean lets residents cruise the Baltic blue seas and fish in some of the finest spots in South Florida. Martin County taxes and low homeowners association costs let homeowner spend their hard earned monies for whatever they choose. Southeast Reach Island Lane can be reached via Loxahatchee River Road to Island Way to Windward to the Reach Island gate.
Nearby is Jupiter Country Club or Ritz Carlton for those looking for golf, tennis, and social activities. I95 and the Florida turnpike let you escape with a short commute out of paradise. Restaurants in Tequesta such as Hogsnappers or the plethora of shopping at the Palm Beach Gardens Mall makes Reach Island in the Island of Jupiter an unforgettable lifestyle.
September 29th, 2011
Building of new homes in the United States went on hiatus after the overbuilding rush of 2000-2006. Rialto Jupiter homes is one of the few developments to boldly address this void. Historic lows in housing development were replaced with foreclosures and short sales. However, as we get farther away from the 2004-2006 thrust of new housing, good looking foreclosures or short sales purchased by investors or flippers have already been purchased. While the foreclosures and short sales are still coming on the market, the qualities of homes are not anything like new construction. This has left the void that Lennar is filling with Rialto.
Lennar is one of the largest and best builders in the United States. Lennar built Rialto, this new real estate project in Jupiter on Island Way just north of Indiantown Road which offers easy access to I95 and the Florida turnpike making it easy for anyone to commute from work. Nearby and on the east side on Island Way is an incredible Jupiter Community Park with state of the art baseball diamonds, soccer fields and fun for the whole family.
The subdivision is a gated community. Rialto Jupiter homes for sale will have 484 constructed in all. The community was designed with a Meditterantian flair using Mission style of architecture. Barrel style roof overhangs, stucco, Bahama shutters, arches, paver brick driveway and wrought iron balconies are some of the outside facades. Floor plans run the gamut from smaller 1850 square foot 3 bedroom models to the Yalenti 5 bedroom 4100 square feet under air floor plan. One advantage of buying new is the advancement of quality and materials that has occurred since 2006. Hurricane impact windows offer peace of mind and huge insurance premium breaks and discounts. The latest in stainless steel, granite, and wood is used to create incredible gourmet kitchens. Volume ceilings with coffered and crown molding offer spaciousness in styling. Yard spaces are plentiful and your choice of private garden tropical foliage views or soothing lake vistas is yours for the taking. Sidewalk lined streets and the large yards with swimming pools are great for entertaining and social gatherings with friends, family, and neighbors alike.
The clubhouse is located on Darby lane right past the gated entry. The homeowners association takes care of many of the amenities. A basketball court, walking and jogging trail by lake, swimming pool, tennis court, playground are all in the works. Within proximity is Jupiter “A” rated schools, restaurants, shopping, and the Beach.
September 29th, 2011
River Oaks Jupiter homes is a tranquil subdivision situated on River Oaks Drive in Jupiter Florida. The community is comprised of 35 homes on a cul-de-sac street. It’s easily reached from Indiantown Road to Central and north around the bend to the River Oaks entrance.
Gorgeous homes with sidewalks on ½ acre lush tropical landscaping setting create a true family neighborhood setting. River Oaks has a low yearly homeowner association fee and gives residents 3 important features. The most unique is that the community has a community boat ramp which leads to the Atlantic Ocean. Second is the picnic area. Lie out on the grass or sit on the bench for lunch or dinner under the oaks and palms while overlooking the river. This is a real treat and helps creates a setting where friendships will last a lifetime. Third is that the HOA will also take care of all common area requirements.
Properties are on large lots, many ½ an acre is size. Some real estate has private garden views with fenced in yards, lake views or right on the river with their own deeded boat ramp access. The development is filled with custom homes so variations in style from Key West to Spanish will be found here. River Oaks Jupiter homes for sale was constructed between the mid 1980’s to 1990’s. This slow pace gave it a natural feel, unlike so many newer developments that squished in homes on small lots with cooker cutter look alike homes that don’t feel natural.
River Oaks is in the strong Jupiter school district which is great for homeowners with children and also helps with resale. Close in proximity are the many nearby restaurants, shopping, and proximity to Palm Beach International Airport and of course the Jupiter beaches. Take your pick of activities from boating, fishing, kayaking, golfing, tennis, Jupiter Hammerhead baseball games at Roger Dean Stadium and so much more. Jupiter has it all.
September 29th, 2011
I looked at 30 houses before we came back to the gates of The Sanctuary.
We were looking for 4 bedrooms on one floor, and there happened to be only 3 houses available in The Sanctuary Palm Beach Gardens homes at the time. The first one wasn’t for us but as we got out at the second property, I could smell a wonderful tropical flower. It was the gardenia bushes and night blooming jasmine lining the front walk leading to the front door.
The Realtor rang the bell, and as the door opened I was looking at a bank of french doors and out to a sparkling freeform pool with a waterfall. I tried to keep my mouth closed. We began to walk to the right through the living and dining room, and as I turned the corner, I saw a huge kitchen with walls of tall white cabinets, opening into the family room and dinette. He had me at the kitchen, and the rest was a blurr.
People who live here love that the association fees are minimal and every lot is either on the preserve or the lake, so it’s very private from front to back. It’s a good mix if young couples with babies, empty nesters, and retired couples who have dogs to walk and visiting families coming and going. Many residents are the original homeowners, but there’s always someone little outside skateboarding, riding bikes, and on occasion having lemonade stands.
Unfortunately The Sanctuary Palm Beach Gardens homes was published in the Palm Beach Post as one of the best neighborhoods in the city for Halloween. Now the secret’s out. It’s the biggest event of the neighborhood, for kids and adults alike. Many people decorate for the event outdoors, and if you choose, it’s a great night to bring your outdoor chairs out to the driveway and enjoy the show. We love it here, and hope to stay for a long time.
10 year resident of The Sanctuary
September 29th, 2011
Surfside Hills Juno Beach homes are situated in Juno Beach, small seaside community of just over 2,000 residents. The beach to the east and condominiums and homes hug the edge of the community to take advantage of the beach access and views. Juno Beach is a town that hasn’t been over commercialized. Its personality of a quaint waterfront laid back community with short cul-de-sac streets keeps its neighborhood feel alive. One such small subdivision is Surfside Hills. Surfside Hills Juno Beach homes for sale are comprised of 10 single family residents built upon a hill that rises from Ocean Avenue.
The entrance sign is inviting. Lit up at night and surrounded by lush palms, it sets the scene for what is next to come. Many homes here are built with multiple floors and beautiful balconies to take advantage of the ocean views. Immaculate Mediterranean styles homes, Tuscan villas utilize marble, cast stone, columns, wood, media and wine rooms as features.
This luxury enclave started in the 1990’s and homes vary from 2500 square feet to over 4,000 square feet under air. Most have pools and outdoor living to take advantage of the atmosphere. Directly across the street is access to the ocean. Within walking distance are Juno Fish Ocean, Hurricane Café, and Key Grill. Proximity to the Palm Beach Gardens Mall, schools, yacht marinas, golf courses, and Palm Beach International Airport are all within your reach.