Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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102 P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E – S P R I N G | S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 H O U S I N G & N E I G H B O R H O O D S These communities have extensive support for equestrian activities, including miles of trails, horse parks, and training rings. Some offer small private airport access as well. You may expect to pay either annual or monthly maintenance fees for common areas, and possibly other fees related to upkeep of trails and the use of various facilities. Some communities may allow animals other than horses, for example, cattle or llamas. Some homes are designed to accommodate large numbers of animals. Equestrian Communities in the area include: Caloosa Palm Beach Gardens www.caloosa.info Deer Run Loxahatchee www.mydeerrun.info Equestrian Club Wellington www.equestrianclubwellington.com Grand Prix Village & Grand Prix Farms Wellington www.grandprixvillagestables.com Ranch Colony Jupiter www.ranchcolonypoa.com BOATING LIFESTYLE COMMUNITIES Florida is the worldwide hub of boating and yachting and some of the world's biggest boat shows. Of course there are beautiful private communities throughout Palm Beach County offering residences for those who love boating and want a special place to call home port. Jupiter Inlet has a partic- ular concentration of such communities, but many others are found along the Intra- coastal Waterway and around the inlets, coastal barrier islands, and even inland with deep water access by river or canal. Many of these communities are highly luxu- rious, providing much more than homes with docks; golf courses, dining venues, clubhouses, fitness centers, spas and other amenities are not uncommon. Not every person who lives on the water owns a boat. Many homeowners love the natural beauty provided by living on one of Florida's scenic waterways, rivers or lakes, without wanting to engage in boat ownership. Like other lifestyle communities, these may be gated, 55+ or family-oriented, and may have additional fees related to the mainte- nance of seawalls, docks, waterway access, and similar costs. Admiral's Cove Jupiter www.admiralscove.net Azure Palm Beach Gardens www.azurepalmbeaches.com Jonathan's Landing Jupiter www.jonathanslanding.com Marina Gardens Palm Beach Gardens www.marinagardens.org Pelican Harbour Delray Beach www.pelican-harbour.com So whatever your lifestyle is, Palm Beach County offers communities that cater to many interests, activities and pastimes. Whether you have a passion for golf, boating, horses, or if you just enjoy the scenery and amenities these types of communities have to offer, one thing is for sure – Palm Beach County has it all! Palm Beach County offers communities that cater to many interests, activities and pastimes. Whether you have a passion for golf, boating, horses, or if you just enjoy the scenery... one thing is for sure – Palm Beach County has it all! " " Photo courtesy of Discover The Palm Beaches

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