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Palm Beach

Palm Beach is a town with an international reputation for oceanside luxury. Initially developed by renowned industrialist Henry Flagler, the area has a long history of providing serene tranquility with a generous helping of comfort and style thanks to its many prestigious resorts, hotels, and grandiose real estate. Read on below the listings to learn more about Palm Beach real estate.

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Palm Beach Real Estate Stats

Average Price $745K
Lowest Price $1.00
Highest Price $100M
Total Listings 32,792
Avg. Price/SQFT $293

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256 Worth Av, Palm Beach

$100,000,000

256 Worth Av, Palm Beach

0 Beds 0 Baths 2,500 SqFt Business MLS® # RX-10998968

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1063 N Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

$88,900,000

1063 N Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Land MLS® # RX-10969108

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1071 N Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

$88,900,000

1071 N Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

0 Beds 0 Baths 0 SqFt Land MLS® # RX-10969111

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101 Jungle Rd, Palm Beach

$54,900,000

↓ $5,050,000

101 Jungle Rd, Palm Beach

6 Beds 11 Baths 10,033 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10830880

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143 E Inlet Dr, Palm Beach

$45,000,000

143 E Inlet Dr, Palm Beach

5 Beds 7 Baths 4,675 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10984161

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1090 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

$45,000,000

1090 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

6 Beds 9 Baths 13,353 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10950726

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1742 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

$43,500,000

1742 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach

6 Beds 8 Baths 8,133 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10964141

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690 Island Dr, Palm Beach

$42,900,000

↓ $5,000,000

690 Island Dr, Palm Beach

7 Beds 7 Baths 6,296 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10969120

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500 Regents Park Rd, Palm Beach

$40,000,000

500 Regents Park Rd, Palm Beach

5 Beds 7 Baths 6,488 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10917379

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5 Via Sunny, Palm Beach

$39,900,000

↓ $5,050,000

5 Via Sunny, Palm Beach

8 Beds 10 Baths 8,376 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10973565

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New
N/A, Palm Beach

$34,900,000

N/A, Palm Beach

6 Beds 9 Baths 6,959 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-11004725

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120 Clarendon Av, Palm Beach

$32,750,000

↓ $3,750,000

120 Clarendon Av, Palm Beach

8 Beds 11 Baths 9,413 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10934523

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150 El Vedado Rd, Palm Beach

$32,500,000

150 El Vedado Rd, Palm Beach

7 Beds 10 Baths 5,161 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10998728

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150 Dunbar Rd, Palm Beach

$31,850,000

150 Dunbar Rd, Palm Beach

9 Beds 13 Baths 8,859 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10954505

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1050 N Lake Way, Palm Beach

$31,500,000

↓ $2,000,000

1050 N Lake Way, Palm Beach

5 Beds 6 Baths 6,347 SqFt Residential MLS® # RX-10867840

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About Palm Beach, FL

Palm Beach is a town located on Florida’s southeast Atlantic coast extending approximately 12.15 miles along a narrow barrier island. The barrier island itself is much longer, but the town of Palm Beach gives way to South Palm Beach at its southern border. The northern boundary of Palm Beach is the Palm Beach Inlet, across which is Singer Island and the community of Palm Beach Shores.

To the west is the Intracoastal Waterway (also known as Lake Worth Lagoon) and beyond that the mainland communities of Mangonia Park, West Palm Beach, and Lake Worth Beach. The eastern boundary of Palm Beach consists of the Atlantic shore, a long continuous sandy beach.

The town also includes a few islands along its interior coastline.

There are four access roads to Palm Beach. From north to south these are the Flagler Memorial Bridge, Royal Park Bridge, Bingham Island Bridge, and Lake Avenue Bridge. The eastern shore is also dotted with docks, marinas, and boat launches, providing another system of access and transport throughout the area.

Most of Palm Beach is residential, with smaller portions for hotels, businesses, resorts, and natural preserves. Given the relatively small space and highly desirable location, Palm Beach is now completely built out, with little possibility of expansion.

Palm Beach, Florida Real Estate

Most of the private real estate available on Palm Beach consists of large and luxurious homes - some of the most expensive and prestigious in Florida. These homes come in a range of custom styles, from the ultra-modern to Mediterranean-inspired colonial estates, to Romanesque or classically-inspired villas.

Luxury features abound, like large pools with sunbathing areas, spas, tennis courts, sunken gardens, and numerous outbuildings for accommodation, friends, and entertainment.

Homes in Palm Beach’s southern neighborhoods are arguably the largest and most impressive, with the Spanish-colonial style being particularly popular. Homes further north  are more modest, although still grand by most standards, with a mix of understated modern and classic Floridian styles, including low-hipped bungalows and ranchers, neatly tucked away between tall hedges and taller palm trees. Some of the homes in this area blend other styles, including Shingle and Colonial, with tall sash windows, exterior shutters, and other rustic features.

Things To Do In Palm Beach, Florida

Palm Beach is a community renowned and globally recognized for its luxurious amenities and attractions, including 5-star resorts, beautiful architecture, historic landmarks, and stunning scenery and weather.

This reputation extends back to the early 20th century when wealthy industrialist Henry Flagler pioneered a rail line through the area, building hotels and resorts in his wake. Today, Flagler’s former residence serves as the Henry Flagler Museum.

The entire area bears marks of Flagler’s influence and Gilded Age he lived in, with many buildings from the time preserved in Palm Beach’s more historic areas.

Palm Beach’s Worth Avenue is a destination for boutique shopping, including up-market clothing stores and unique, well-regarded restaurants. Galleries and gourmet restaurants dot the area around Worth Avenue, bringing back visitors time and time again. For another gastric-related experience, the annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival is a must-see.

Other attractions and points of interest in Palm Beach include:

And the entire length of the city has - on its eastern side - a sandy beach with various points of public access. A great place to swim or sunbathe.

Despite the high-degree of development in Palm Beach, there is still some space for nature on Bingham, Fishermen’s, and Hunter’s Islands. These preserves act as rookeries where some of Florida’s beautiful bird species nest and live.

FAQ About Palm Beach, Florida 

Q: What are the educational options in Palm Beach for families with children?

A: Families in Palm Beach have access to a variety of educational options, including public, private, and charter schools. The public schools in the area are part of the Palm Beach County School District, which is a fantastic option for families.

Q: How does one travel within and around Palm Beach?

A: Travel within Palm Beach can be efficiently managed through a variety of options. The town itself is accessible by four main bridges that connect it to the mainland, facilitating car travel. For local commuting, many residents use bicycles or golf carts, particularly within the island's more scenic routes. Additionally, water taxis and ferries serve as a unique and scenic method of transportation, especially for reaching the nearby islands and waterfront locations.

Q: What are the healthcare facilities like in Palm Beach?

A: Palm Beach offers excellent healthcare facilities, with access to several top-rated hospitals and specialty clinics in nearby West Palm Beach and the surrounding areas. These facilities provide comprehensive medical services, from routine check ups and more. 

Q: What should one know about the real estate market in Palm Beach?

A: The real estate market in Palm Beach is known for its luxury - featuring some of the most prestigious properties in Florida. With a range of architectural styles from modern to Mediterranean and colonial estates, the market offers plenty to choose from. Due to its desirable location and limited space for new development, property values in Palm Beach tend to be high and stable.

Q: Are there any nature and wildlife areas in Palm Beach?

A: Despite its development, Palm Beach still offers several nature preserves and wildlife areas. Bingham, Fishermen's, and Hunter's Islands serve as important habitats for local bird species and other wildlife. These preserves are accessible to the public and provide a fantastic way to unwind.

 

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