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Saint Lucie

St. Lucie is a small community tucked between the U.S. Highway 1 and the intracoastal inlet on the eastern side of Jack Island. Just north of Fort Pierce, St. Lucie is a storied and historic community with beautiful coastal homes on expansive, quiet properties.

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Saint Lucie, St. Lucie County Real Estate

Real estate in St. Lucie tend to be large and spacious, usually in low ranch or bungalow style layouts with multiple wings and masses. These homes also tend to incorporate secondary buildings and in-ground pools, occupying large yards with lush lawns and mature trees.

Some properties are built in the typical Florida coastal style, with colorful pastel tones, metal roofs, lap siding, and a bit of extra height for enjoying the views of the surrounding area.

Real estate for sale right on the water in St. Lucie’s eastern area are large and expansive estates, with silvery roofs and breezy water-facing patios that often wrap around the entire front facade.

Things To Do In Saint Lucie, Florida

St. Lucie, also known as Town of St. Lucie Village, is located in St. Lucie County on Florida’s southeast coast.

The boundaries St. Lucie Village are Rouse Road in the north, U.S. Highway 1 to the west, North Causeway (Florida State Road A1A) to the south, and the shores of a large inlet and protected marine area to the east. This waterway is sometimes referred to as Indian River Lagoon.

Beyond the intra-coastal inlet to the east, there is Jack Island, a barrier island on Florida’s Atlantic coast that is home to large nature preserves, parks, and resort communities.

The main access routes to and from St. Lucie are, of course, the U.S. Highway 1 and The Old Dixie Highway (State Road 605).

Most of St. Lucie consists of long waterfront residential properties and park land, with a number of businesses along its western border.

Saint Lucie, FL Amenities

St. Lucie is a great place to live for many reasons. For example, there are the beautiful lagoon views and lush islands to the east. Taking a trip to Jack Island means visiting these islands, and having access to miles of pristine beaches from the Fort Pierce Inlet State Park just south of the causeway, and north up through the towns of South Beach, Indian River Shores, and Wabasso Beach, all the way to Sebastian Inlet State Park some 28 miles to the north.

These inner-coastal waterways are great for wildlife viewing, boating and more.

Within the area of St. Lucie itself, there is the St. Lucie Village Historic District, also known as the St. Lucie Village Heritage Park. These spots include a view tower, and a historical marker for the once Fort Capron, built during the third Seminole War.

Fort Capron was built in the 1850s and permanent modern settlement in St. Lucie began in 1875. The town was eventually incorporated in 1961.

Other features in the area include Riverside Marina, Village Marina, Fairwinds Golf Course, Treasure Coast International Airport and Business Park, North Causeway Island Park, and the National Navy SEAL Museum on Jack Island.

Overall, the area is rich in lush scrubland, island preserves, vast farmland to the west, and the many parks and outdoor recreation opportunities these offer.


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