About Jupiter Florida

Jupiter Inlet

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Located in Palm Beach County, Jupiter, FL is one of the northernmost suburbs of the Miami metropolitan area. This area at the mouth of the Loxahatchee River was the former home of Hobe Indian tribe. Today, Jupiter is a vibrant area of commerce, leisure, marina life, and luxury real estate. You may have seen the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse in before, as it is one of the most iconic landmarks of American history on the Atlantic coast. Built in 1860, the lighthouse designed by George G. Meade cost a whopping $60,000 and can be seen for 25 nautical miles at sea. The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse also played an important role in the Civil War as the Confederacy brought in supplies via the light of the lighthouse.

The lifestyle in Jupiter, Florida is laid-back, with plenty of things to do whether you are a resident or one of its many visitors throughout the year. During the Springtime, the St. Louis Cardinals and the Miami Marlins host their spring training games and practices at Roger Dean Stadium. Throughout the year, the white sand beaches and vibrant culture surrounding Jupiter will also captivate your time and attention. In terms of real estate, Jupiter is one South Florida’s high-end areas

The Jupiter community has something to offer everyone, from luxury Jupiter real estate, to cozy beachside rentals. You’ll also find plenty of surfing, golfing, restaurants, bars, hotels, and state parks as well.

Fun Facts:

  • Hundreds of loggerhead turtles nest at Juno Beach.
  • In 2012, Jupiter was ranked in the top 15 of America’s seaside town by CoastalLiving.com
  • Jupiter is home to Ernie Els, Jack Hanna, Tori Amos, Celine Dion, Rickie Fowler, and Bill Parcels among others

For more information on Jupiter, get in touch with Luxury Estates Plus today!

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