Stuart Homes for Sale

Homes for sale in StuartIf you’re looking to settle in small town America yet capitalize on waterfront living in a true Seaside Paradise, you’ve found a match made in heaven in Stuart, Florida. Stuart is one of the smaller towns in Palm Beach County and is situated a bit inland from the coast, yet is not short on waterfront: a huge inlet jutting into the town offers tranquil blue water that is renowned for being clean, clear, and wave-free! Since the town was first settled in 1914, its growth has been steady but cautious given the incredible natural beauty and appeal of the area, which poses to the world a bit of a conundrum. How has Stuart, with its placid and beautiful inlet, its charming downtown, and its incredible weather managed to retain its “small-town” splendor? Wake up each day in this tranquil paradise and find out for yourself.

Nature-lovers are never short on things to do in Stuart. The Oceanographic Institute is a must-visit for all and a wonderful place to start your exploration of the area! Gorgeous, tree-covered trails encompass the property’s many exhibits, touch-tanks and enclosures, and allow for pleasant walks through butterfly gardens and on boardwalks through mangrove-filled wetlands.

Given the institute’s incredible assortment of fish, sharks, and other marine animals, along with its friendly and knowledgeable staff, it’s no wonder that guests both young and old find so much to enjoy about the center. Stuart’s inlet is also an amazing place to behold nature in all of its splendors. A wide array of fish, sea turtles, and even manatees have been spotted in the turquoise waters of the inlet. Residents who take off in their kayaks or on stand-up paddleboards get to encounter these unique creatures daily from an incredible vantage point.

On hot summer days when the indoors beckons, plan a visit to the Elliot Museum. This unique building houses an amazing collection of antique cars and historic memorabilia. Though it is mostly billed as a car museum to rival the Barrett Jackson showcase, there’s far more to the Elliot than automobiles. The diverse array of exhibits in this beautiful building includes such antique oddities as butterfly kites, antiquated glass bottles, and so much more.

Spend evenings in Stuart downtown, in the portion of the city that locals call Stuart Riverwalk. Here, dozens of art galleries, restaurants, and boutique shops line the streets, and incredible inlet views greet visitors from all sides. It’s a section of town begging to be appreciated on foot, but never fear: when fatigue sets in, a slew of local restaurants offering fresh seafood and a cool cocktail await along the boulevard.

Retiring home for the evening could mean so many things. Residents might find themselves at home in Willoughby Golf Club: a large, private community with on-sight golf course, tennis courts, swimming pools, and large single-family homes. Or you might find yourself at Conquistador, with gorgeous lots abutting the St. Lucie River. There’s really no wrong place to live in Stuart, Florida. Every neighborhood encapsulates both the natural splendor of south Florida and the picturesque charm of small-town America.


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