What you Need to Know About Moving to Jupiter Florida
Jupiter Florida is a coastal community on Florida's southeast coast. With you looking for beaches, fantastic restaurants, hotels, shopping, golf, nightlife or country club residential neighborhoods, Jupiter has it all.
Jupiter has been ranked as one of the top 15 happiest places to live on the coast line with hundreds of rare loggerhead turtles, a unique paradise, white sand beaches and a relaxed beachfront atmosphere. With over 40,000 residents year-round as well as a slew of people that live here for vacation or seasonally, Jupiter Florida had everything you could want in a beachfront Florida neighborhood.
Some basics stats on Jupiter:
- The median list price is between $450,000 and $650,000.
- The median house size is two 2855 ft.².
- There are approximately 1500 to 2000 homes for sale in all of Jupiter at any given time.
- The median price per square foot is roughly $170,000.
Jupiter Florida offers a wide variety of coastal living opportunities including fantastic restaurants, coffee shops, beachfront bistros and hotels, world-class shopping, white sandy beaches, numerous parks and recreational facilities, fabulous fishing and award-winning golf.
There are over 20 country club and unique residential neighborhoods and communities throughout Jupiter. Many of which feature condominiums or townhome living price from around $200,000. There are several neighborhoods with multimillion dollar communities and gated and secured access with homes starting at around $1 million.
Regardless of what you're looking for from waterfront homes, beachfront access, boating facilities, Marina homes, golf residences, or within walking distance to your favorite café, Jupiter has all of these options and more.
Feel free to browse their my website for all current listings throughout Jupiter, tips to moving and relocating, details on all of the communities as well as current market reports and property values. Image By Joel Kramer [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons