North Palm Beach Homes for Sale

north palm beach homesEvery day, thousands of unsuspecting Floridians motor down the coast from northern Palm Beach County to West Palm Beach, never suspecting in their hustle and bustle that a quaint and quiet oasis of calm rests just to the east. And yet here, North Palm Beach sits languidly along the Intracoastal Waterway, a perfect hamlet for the residents of Palm Beach County who desire proximity to the action in a quiet and peaceful place. It is here that you will at times feel transported, for North Palm Beach retains the same aesthetic as one might find in small seaside villages anywhere up and down the Atlantic seaboard. And yet the dining in this picturesque village and the waterfront parks (replete with stand-up paddle boarders, kayakers, sailors and swimmers) remind one that this town is quintessentially and uniquely Floridian.

 
On any given day residents of North Palm Beach might find themselves at Phil Foster Park. Set just beneath the Blue Heron bridge, this little park serves as a jumping off point for snorkelers and scuba divers (there’s even a man-made underwater treasure-hunt that creates fun and thrill-seeking for divers of all ages!).

It’s also a great place from which to set off on your stand-up paddle board or kayak, or just to float along the Intracoastal in an inner tube. The turquoise waters of the Intracoastal are particularly tranquil here, making this a great place for beach-goers who’d prefer not to contend with major waves. Just south of the park, you can see Peanut Island across the water. Home to a historic Coast Guard station and a Presidential bunker (built for Kennedy during the Bay of Pigs), this unique and beautiful island is accessible by kayaks, paddle-boards, or small boats. Its eastern shore attracts scores of beautiful tropical fish to the shallows every year, making this another amazing place to snorkel or dive! John D. MacArthur Beach State Park is also a must-visit for residents of North Palm Beach – this tranquil natural preserve located on Singer Island’s northern edge (just across the water from North Palm Beach), occupies 350 acres of beachfront, and is a popular nesting ground of the loggerhead sea turtle.

At the end of a day at play on the water, retire to true refinement in your home at Seminole Landing. This exclusive, beachfront community offers luxury homes and a dedicated golf course, all with exquisite views of the turquoise sea. Frenchman’s Harbor is another private community offering residents a host of amenities and beautiful waterfront living. Or retreat inland to the quaint North Palm Village – here, picket-fenced yards and picture windows grace the homes of this picturesque neighborhood, that’s only a stone’s throw away from shopping and dining in North Palm. Wander your way to Frigate’s or the Waterway Café for tantalizingly-fresh seafood, and then retire to your homey village among the trees: this is the life of the North Palm Village resident. But no matter where you find yourself in North Palm Beach, both gorgeous waterfront living AND the convenience of the city can be yours.

 

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