Palm City

Palm City real estate is as diverse as the citizens that live in the beautiful coastal community. Flanked by multiple yacht and country clubs, buyers gain access to a very high standard of living at a lower cost than some of the surrounding areas such as Hobe Sound and Jupiter.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $1.1M
Lowest Price $310K
Highest Price $8.9M
Total Listings 162
Avg. Price/SQFT $375

Property Types (active listings)

Residents of the city love the fact that they are centrally located to a wide variety of amenities, world-class golf resorts and, of course, Florida's Treasure Coast, which was named after the Spanish ships that sunk off of the coast. That Spanish influence is most prevalent in the style of homes for sale in Palm City, FL. People who that adore the terracotta tiled roofs and vibrant colors of Mediterranean-style homes will find a wide range of Palm City homes for sale.

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Palm City Real Estate

 

 

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Discover Palm City Real Estate

Whether you're looking for a palatial and stately Colonial-style mansion that backs onto the river or a more modern aesthetic, you'll find homes for sale in Palm City, FL that will satisfy and possibly even, surpass your needs. The market has a lot to offer most budgets, from exclusive gated communities in a country club setting to homes for the first time buyer for as little as $300,000. If you dream of sailing away right from your backyard, you'll find that affordable waterfront real estate is very attainable here and as you sail off into the sunset, why not cast a net? Palm City is just a stone's throw away from Stuart, which is affectionately known as "The Sailfish Capital of the World." A typical home in the Palm City real estate market will feature:

  • Tiled roofing
  • Close proximity to waterways
  • A private swimming pool
  • Large rooms with vaulted ceilings
  • Expansive backyards that range from 0.5 acres and up

The city itself is made up of over 60 separate neighborhoods, including sought-after areas such as Murano and Cypress Lake. These areas are in high demand because of their accessibility to the waterways and proximity to some of the finest restaurants that Palm City has to offer. The city is a great place for young families too. Many of Palm City's parents send their children to one of the six elementary, middle and K-12 schools.

Living in Palm City, FL

Palm City offers a myriad of leisure options from a strong arts scene to top-of-the-line sporting facilities and even a couple of museums that celebrate the importance of the area throughout United States' history. Whether you're attending the ArtsFest, catching a show at the Lyric Theatre, or spending time with family while learning all about the Spanish galleons that travelled the seas of the Treasure Coast, you'll find Palm City has a lot to offer.

As you traverse through the palm tree-lined streets and past the pristine lawns, you'll see just how livable Palm City is. In fact, the city has a livability rating of 78, which means that the area is "extremely livable". This is scored on a multitude of factors, including access to nationwide stores such as Walgreens and Lowe's. On top of this, there are many local restaurants, ranging from 5 star fine dining to casual quick-service restaurants and fast food outlets. With a steady growth in the job market and very low crime rates, Palm City is perfect if you're purchasing a worry-free vacation home.

Jupiter waterfront surrounded by treesSituated along the St Lucie River and with 2 square miles of waterfront, the city has a distinct beach-town vibe, yet it is still close to main routes, such as Florida's Turnpike and Highway 714. Major supermarkets like Walmart and small markets like the popular Produce-Farmer's Market can be found scattered throughout the city too. When not hitting the fairways on one of the many golf courses, relaxing along the waterways, or indulging in great food at one of the many restaurants, locals can be found attending a Major League Baseball Spring Training game at the New York Mets Spring Training ground, which is about 20 minutes away in Port St. Lucie.

 

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