If you're dreaming of seaside living in a scenic coastal community, it just doesn't get any better than Juno Beach, Florida. This oceanfront town is home to about 3,300 residents and offers a range of cultural, recreational and historical attractions, along with a relaxed, resort-like lifestyle.
Known for its sense of community and natural beauty, Juno Beach nestles on a barrier island on the Atlantic. Just offshore, wrecks of Spanish ships from the 16th and 17th centuries lie just under the surface of the water. The original county seat of Dade County, today Juno Beach is part of Palm Beach County. The land that comprises Juno Beach was created along with the Intracoastal Waterway in the late 1800s, and the original settlement -- known as Juno -- served as a transportation hub, linking the town of Jupiter in the south to northern Florida, via the Indian River and Lake Worth Creek.
In the 1920s, development of the Seminole Golf Club began attracting more residents to the area, and the town of Juno Beach was incorporated in the 1950s. Today, the area is known as a haven for golf enthusiasts, retirees, and those who seek a welcoming, scenic place to call home that retains a small-town feel but is conveniently close to urban amenities.
Residents of Juno Beach enjoy easy access to the area's stunning beaches, including Juno Beach Park. This popular destination encompasses more than five acres on the ocean and is the perfect spot to spend a day fishing from the 990-foot pier, surfing, swimming, enjoying a picnic, or simply relaxing in the south Florida sunshine. Bikers enjoy the scenic ride around nearby Pelican Lake.
Just west of Juno Beach park lies the Juno Dunes Natural Area, a 569-acre preserve that's home to 12 natural ecosystems, from sand dunes to mangrove swamps, and wildlife including three species of sea turtles that nest on the beach. Hikers, bird watchers, and nature lovers prize this natural area for its trails, boardwalks and informational kiosks. The reserve also offers boat slips and ramps, as well as access to the Intracoastal Waterway.
If golf is more your style, Juno Beach is home to the exclusive and famous Seminole Golf Club, consistently included in "Top 100 Courses in the World" lists. Other nearby courses within easy driving distance of Juno Beach include the Lost Tree Club and the PGA.
But Juno Beach isn't just about the outdoor recreation. The town also offers shopping, dining and entertainment for all tastes and styles. Residents can browse the shops and eateries at Bluffs Square and take Ocean Drive to the Marine Life Center. For a taste of the arts, the Maltz Jupiter Theater, the Armory Art Center and the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts are just a short drive away.
Whether you're seeking a seaside condo, a luxurious oceanfront home, or a home in a welcoming community, Juno Beach has it all. When you're ready to find your dream home or sell your existing home in Juno Beach, Veno Realty Group is here to help! Contact Us today or call 561-748-8366.
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