Farmland & Coastal Waters

Fort Pierce

Fort Pierce is a mid-sized town located on Florida’s southeast Treasure Coast. With access from the U.S. Highway 1 and the I-95 Highway, Fort Pierce is a conveniently located getaway from the larger urban centers to the south. With farmland to the west and beautiful coastal waters to the east, Fort Pierce real estate benefits from an envied location with many cozy and affordable homes to choose from.

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Fort Pierce Real Estate Stats

Average Price $451K
Lowest Price $3.00
Highest Price $20M
Total Listings 1,205
Avg. Price/SQFT $197

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Fort Pierce, St. Lucie County Real Estate

Fort Pierce has a diverse set of properties and homes for sale, from oceanfront condos to cozy suburban bungalows. Many of Fort Pierce’s neighborhoods are older and well established, avoiding the private golf and canal community structure of many other Floridian real estate markets.

These neighborhoods feature 1,000 to 2,000 square foot homes on variously sized plots, many with carport parking. These neighborhoods are also well-wooded with large stands of mature trees. Homes in these areas would make a perfect second, starter, or rental home, given their fantastic location and affordability.

Hutchinson Island has a more upmarket real estate selection, with modern metal roofed and lanai-pool homes. Private boat access is another feature of many of these properties.

Things To Do In Fort Pierce, Florida

Fort Pierce is a city on Florida’s southeast coast in St. Lucie County. Central Fort Pierce is located around U.S. Highway 1 and its intersection with Orange Avenue, State Route 68. To the east of its downtown core is a residential and resort area located on Hutchinson Island, a natural barrier island facing the Atlantic Ocean.

The bulk of Fort Pierce is located south of Avenue Q, east of 33rd Street, and north of Edwards Road. However, there are many enclaves and areas that are also included with Fort Pierce to the west and south, and to a lesser extent the north.

Neighboring communities include Fort Pierce South, White City, and Indian River Estates to the south; and Lakewood Park and The Village of St. Lucie to the north. Main access routes between these communities and urban centers up and down the coast are:

  • The Interstate 95 Highway

  • U.S. Highway 1

  • The Florida Turnpike

  • Orange Avenue (running west before joining up with U.S. Highway 441)

While not quite as big as its neighbors Port St. Lucie (south) and Vero Beach (north), Fort Pierce is home to some 50,000 residents.

Fort Pierce has long been an important trade port on Florida’s southeast coast, vital for the transport of fruit from Florida’s inland farms.

Fort Pierce, FL Amenities and Attractions

Located on Florida’s Treasure Coast, and known as The Sunrise City, Fort Pierce has many attractions and amenities that rival some of the more famous urban centers in the area.

Some of these sites and attractions include:

  • The St. Lucie County Aquarium and Regional History Center

  • South Beach Park - A beautiful beach park on Hutchinson Island

  • Lawnwood Park - Includes a skatepark, stadium, and softball fields

  • Sunrise Theatre - Popular cultural attraction in downtown Fort Pierce

  • Harbour Pointe Park

  • Savannas Preserve State Park - An extensive band of scrubland running up the coast

  • Indian Hills Golf Course and Recreation Area

One of the biggest attractions is the beautiful inlet and waterway between the mainland and Hutchinson Island. This area is home to the Fort Pierce Inlet Recreation Area, known for its lush natural islands, beautiful waters, and manatee population.

Taking a boat ride off the coast could take you to the Experimental Oculina Research Reserve intended to protect the Oculina Banks, a protected coral reef that’s home to a stunning underwater ecosystem.

Closer to home, For Pierce is dotted with community parks, recreation centers, shopping malls, and entertainment venues. Fort Pierce’s award-winning old downtown area (near the intersection of 2nd Street and Orange Avenue is popular for restaurants, unique shops, and cultural attractions. 


Aerial shot of Fort Pierce Inlet in St. Lucie County, Florida

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