July 2nd, 2011
Along the Atlantic coast between Jupiter and Juno Beach are a chain of condominiums, each different in character and location. Undoubtedly the finest of all is the Ocean Royale.
Right on the golden sands of Juno Beach, Condos in Ocean Royale are located in one of two, thirteen story buildings securely nestled behind a gated entrance the condos are situated on a bluff adjacent to a natural, preserve area. Ocean Royale condominiums, therefore, all have superb views from their higher location and unlimited visibility of the ocean and beach to the south since, unlike other buildings, there is no neighboring building to block the view.
Ocean Royale is comprised of 60 luxury condominiums Each of the two buildings has its own manned security. An impressive foyer welcomes you into the lobby. Get your workout in their fully equipped gym that is complete with a full array of top of the line cardio-vascualar exercise equipment. Relax, read one of the novels from the built-in library or play cards in the social room where you can also enjoy a game of pool on the custom table. A 30 seat movie theater has the latest in audio-visual equipment. Private air conditioned cabanas are available at the over-sized pool. The game park includes lighted tennis courts.
Take a stroll along the beach on the pristine golden sands that Juno Beach is known for or just sit back, relax and enjoy the sound of gentle ocean waves.
Ocean Royale Condos epitomize the Florida resort lifestyle.
Located where Jupiter and Juno Beach meet and close to the Juno Beach Pier, Ocean Royale defines luxury oceanfront living in this area.
Condos for sale in Ocean Royale are less than a five minute drive to other luxury communities like The Bear’s Club, The Ritz Carlton, Frenchman’s Creek and Frenchman’s Reserve so you are never far away from a golf game with your friends or dinner at the club. You can keep a yacht or boat up to 125 feet at nearby Loggerhead Marina or Soverel Harbour. Access the ocean in 10 minutes through the Jupiter Inlet.
July 2nd, 2011
One of Jupiter’s most popular communities of single family homes has always been Egret Landing. Centrally located in the heart of Jupiter, Egret Landing is a planned single family home community built around a main, connecting road with lake and fountain views and short streets with cul-du-sacs. Egret landing shines as one of Jupiter’s best neighborhoods. You will find one and two stories most with private pools, three, four and five bedroom floorplans with soaring ceilings, curving, tree lined streets and of course clubhouse facilities.
Abacoa is Egret Landing’s closest neigbor, just minutes away and provides the Abacoa Golf Club and Town Center. The entire family can also enjoy Roger Dean Stadium, host to the Florida Marlins. The community also has its own clubhouse. All residents have access to its pool, tennis courts and lake views while enjoying the clubhouse, graced with tall Royal Palms.
Looking for a home for sale in Egret Landing? You will find a variety of styles to suit any taste since there are 654 homes in Egret Landing. But, the key feature of the community is the fact that each short street is a neighborhood unto itself. You will know all your neighbors and their kids in this great family friendly community. The homes were built in the early 2000’s and the landscapes are mature with flowering shrubs and oaks everywhere.
July 2nd, 2011
Among the country clubs of the Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens area, Jonathan’s Landing is distinct on many different levels.
Located at on a superb waterfront location, this expansive (600 acres) is a collection of townhouses, condominiums, single family homes and Intracoastal estates and a relaxed club facility. The community is entered from 3 main gated entrances some of which lead over bridges and winding waterways.
Built before the building boom of the late 2000’s, homes in Jonathan’s Landing therefore enjoy much larger common areas, flowering shrubs around lake and fountains which give it a casually elegant feel usually found only in clubs far from town.
Another unique feature of homes in Jonathan’s Landing is that the club has both in-town and rural settings. In-town you will find the main clubhouse with recently remodeled fitness center with every state-of-the-art amenity, Har-Tru tennis courts, golf shop and dining facilities. But that’s not all. West of town, Jonathan’s Landing offers its Old Trail Golf Club with 2 more courses one designed by Tom Fazio and the other by Arthur Hills giving homeowners a choice of three fine courses.
Like to boat or fish? Many of the homes are waterfront properties and there is also a marina that anyone can join and keep their boat there as well. In 5 minutes you can be out the Jupiter Inlet and heading toward a great day of fishing.
Looking for a home for sale in Jonathan’s Landing? There are 1,227 of them molded into 27 friendly villages each with its own feel.
So there is positively something for everyone here whether it’s a weekend getaway, winter home or Intracoastal waterfront estate, you can find it in a home for sale in Jonathan’s Landing.
July 2nd, 2011
Tucked behind the winding streets of The Shores of Jupiter on the northern side of town lies the gated community of Cypress Cove. Here, where preserve and lake views welcome you at every turn, 79 estate homes are located. Access is very limited since there are only a few communities located here on the main road so homes in Cypress Cove offer the peace and tranquility not usually associated with South Florida.
These homes offer estate style floor plans with three, four and five bedroom layouts with up to nearly 4,000 square feet of living space. Inside, luxurious 12 foot ceilings with crown molding, marble floors and granite counters are the norm. Custom, gourmet kitchens with 42″ cabinets, double ovens, wine coolers and stainless steel appliances will invite you to entertain and these homes have other amenities like central vacuums, security systems, heated pools 7 spas and home offices or exercise rooms.
Although the location is neatly tucked away on the northern side of the Town of Jupiter you are not far from anything. Access I-95 and the downtown West Palm Beach cultural scene and International Airport are only about 15 minutes south and Palm Beach Gardens with its shopping and dining hub is only about 10 minutes away. Here, you will find shops like Saks and Nordstrom’s, Whole Foods and Apple.
If you like waterfront dining, the Jupiter Inlet with its 3 waterfront restaurants is only 10 minutes away and you can dine directly across from the 150 year old Jupiter Lighthouse as you watch the boat traffic. Other great restaurants are The Lazy Loggerhead, Hog Snappers and Bonefish Grill. In Palm Beach Gardens, there is more waterfront dining along the Intracoastal Waterway.
July 2nd, 2011
Jupiter is an oceanfront town known for its proximity to the Atlantic but it is also a riverfront town because the Loxahatchee River winds through Jonathan Dickinson State Park and then makes its way into the Jupiter Inlet. There are three different forks to this Federally Designated Wild and Scenic River, one of only two in Florida, and they are the Southwest, the Northwest and the North. Up on the Northwest Fork is a community where some of the homes sit directly on the River but others are not waterfront. This is the community of Cove Point.
Homes in Cove Point not on the water are modest three bedroom, two bath homes with about 2,100 to 2,700 square feet of living space. Most are upgraded with plantation shutters, hardwood or marble floors and granite counters. They may also have the more popular metal roofs seen in the area since about 2004. At the end of the road, are waterfront homes where riverfront living is the order of the day. These homes are bigger with over 3,000 square feet of living space and with docks and boat lifts. This means that after a day of boating in the ocean, you can come directly to your home, drive onto the lift, step onto the dock and push a button and have your boat come out of the water. Because the space is highly desirable, there is not enough room on the lots for private pools though.
As they say, real estate is all about location, location, location and there is nothing like a waterfront location and Jupiter and Tequesta have some of the best in south Florida. Sure, there are miles of waterfront in counties to our south, but they are congested and lack the charm and appeal of our quaint locations.