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Juno Beach Homes for Sale

Juno Beach homes for sale

Though Juno Beach is quite centrally-located among the hamlets of Palm Beach County, this quaint village stands out as a uniquely peaceful and naturally exquisite portion of the Treasure Coast. Part of the barrier islands between the Atlantic Ocean eastward and the Intracoastal waterway westward, Juno beach begs of its visitors and residents to take part in all things waterfront.

Residents of Juno Beach encounter Florida’s marine life daily in ways that escape the residents of busier, more bustling metropolitan areas nearby. Appreciate the quiet grace of ancient sand dunes and the hushed roar of waves crashing on the beach in this idyllic seaside town where exotic sea life is beautifully abundant.

 
Life in Juno begins on the beach. This beautiful stretch of white sand is the densest nesting place in the world for hundreds of thousands of sea turtles who make their way to Florida’s east coast each year. Residents can partake in nighttime beach walks to view turtle nests and learn about these gentle creatures: seeing a covey of tiny turtles retreat back into the waves after hatching is a truly magical and one-of-a-kind experience unique to the town of Juno Beach.

The Loggerhead Marine Life Center is a must-visit: here, ill or injured sea turtles are rescued, rehabilitated, and released back in the wild, and during their tenure at the center, you can view them at close-range and learn about the natural history of the sea turtle.

While much of Juno Beach belongs to the turtles, a portion of it has gone to the dogs! Juno Beach hosts one of the largest dog beaches in the county: from sunup to sundown, dogs big and small, young and old take to the beautiful waves. After a walk along the beach with Fido, unwind on Juno Beach Pier. A veritable hub of town activity, the Pier is a favorite spot for fishermen. It’s also a great place to snap some gorgeous pictures over the crashing waves, and when you’re ready to wrap up your photoshoot you can take a break at the onsite snack bar and unwind with a cool drink as you watch the surfers and para-sailers at play. Inland, take a stroll through over 550 acres of natural splendor at Juno Dunes National Park. End your day the Floridian way: with some mouthwateringly fresh seafood. Cool’a Fish Bar, The Hurricane Café, and The Juno Beach Fish House are just a few of the great local haunts where residents unwind with a locally-brewed craft beer and locally-caught piece of melt-in-the-mouth mahi. For special occasions, try Ke’e Grille. It’s one of the few restaurants in this easy-going and laid-back hamlet where dressing up may be in order. When it’s time to retire home for the evening, any number of beautiful and intimate communities could be the one inviting you home. The oceanfront condos of Bay Colony offer a wealth of amenities. Condo living at the Juno Ocean Club comes with a view: this high-rise has unencumbered, panoramic views of the surrounding water. Or the community of Sea Oats of Juno Beach may call you home: here, the amenities of Juno Beach town center are within walking distance (including the Loggerhead Marine Life Center, the pier, and the beautiful beach itself!). Whatever type of living appeals to you, you can find it in the beautiful, quiet village of Juno Beach.

 

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