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Homes for Sale in Palm City Florida

Bordering the St Lucie River which makes for beautiful waterfront communities with golf courses

Palm City homes for sale

Palm City is a beautiful community located just west of Stuart Florida. With its close proximity to both I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, makes commuting to Palm Beach, South Florida, Orlando, and Vero Beach easy. Palm City, Florida is just 2 hours southeast of Orlando (Disney Area) and just 45 minutes north of the Palm Beaches.

The city borders the St Lucie River which makes for beautiful waterfront communities and many of them also have golf courses. This small town has been has planned out it growth which make for a thriving community. Palm City’s rural beginnings has changed noticeably over the past 15 years.

Residents enjoy an excellent quality of life with good schools, low crime rates, and the community offers a pro-business environment and real estate magnificent. Palm City schools are “A” rated, and the county’s comprehensive plan provides for “green areas” such as parks and recreational areas. Palm City is a peaceful community. Here, the golf and tennis are great and the fishing is legendary. If golf is your game, thirty-six holes of championship golf surround the community, and you can also take advantage of several tennis courts and Olympic sized pools. Horseback riding, bicycle riding, hiking and nearby river access is also available.

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Palm City Florida History

HISTORY

In 1912, Charles C. Chillingworth and his Palm Beach County Land Company (at the time the area was part of Palm Beach County) bought property from original owner George Beckwith and advertised the land throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. Pineapples, oranges and grapefruit were grown at a “Demonstration Farm” on present-day Martin Highway to show farmers what they could expect if they settled in the newly named Palm City. Chillingworth provided boats, mule-teams and covered wagons (later replaced by a Model T Ford) to take the prospective clients around the undeveloped countryside.

An advertisement in the Palm Beach County newspaper boasted “Free dinner on New Year’s Day for prospective buyers. A 10 acre tract for $50 per acre (to be raised to $60 the next day) with a free town lot in Palm City to every purchaser and 85¢ for a round trip train ticket from West Palm Beach to Stuart.” The Palm City Farms offered by Mr. Chillingworth’s Palm Beach Land Corporation were sold to many people over the entire country, sight unseen.

The Palm City Chamber of Commerce currently owns and operates in the original building known as The Palm Beach Land Company Real Estate Office.

Palm City is a peaceful community. Here, the golf and tennis are great and the fishing is legendary. Fish abounds in the fertile waters of Palm City . You can spend the day fishing from the docks or offshore for snook as well as seatrout, kings, mackerel, grouper, snapper and wahoo. If golf is your game, thirty-six holes of championship golf surround the community, and you can also take advantage of several tennis courts and Olympic sized pools. Horseback riding, bicycle riding, hiking and nearby river access is also available. The West Palm Beach International Airport is an easy 45-minute drive away, and two hours takes you to Disney World and Sea World. Palm City offers a pristine environment where you can escape the crowds and relax in the peace and quiet of nature, with all the conveniences of home.

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ATTRACTIONS

Hammock Creek Golf Club

The Hammock Creek Golf Club opened in 1996 and was co-designed by Jack Nicklaus and his son, Jack Nicklaus II. Golfers of all levels can enjoy this par 72 golf course, which plays 7,107 yards from the black tees. The golf carts feature a GPS type system that shows accurate court yardage and layout. A full-service golf shop, restaurant, bar and grill are on the premises.

Hammock Creek Golf Club
2400 Golden Bear Way
Palm City, Florida 34990
772-220-2599
Hammock Creek Golf Club

Florida Oceanographic Society

The Florida Oceanographic Society is between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon, and situated on Hutchinson Island. It is 57 acres and features a library, children’s activity pavilion, the Frances Lanford Visitor’s Center, nature trails and the Rays on the Reef Ray Pavilion. These places provide research and education for general knowledge of ocean environments. Daily programs include a stingray program and feeding, game fish feeding and a summer camp.

Florida Oceanographic Society
890 NE Ocean Blvd.
Stuart, Florida 34996
772-225-0505
floridaocean.org

Stuart Heritage Museum

Located in the second oldest building in Stuart is the Stuart Heritage Museum. Admission to the museum is free, but donations are always welcome. The museum provides artifacts and shows the historic preservation throughout Martin County. The museum has a gift shop that offers hand-crafted Seminole dolls and clothing, T-shirts, books and ornaments. Many pictures hang in the museum of early settlers.

Stuart Heritage Museum
161 SW Flagler Ave.
Stuart, FL 34994
772-220-4600
stuartheritage.org

Leighton Park

Leighton Park can be found at the base of the Palm City Bridge and is located on the S. Lucie River. The park has a fishing pier, playground, grills, boat ramps, picnic tables, scenic walking path and parking. This park is home to the Palm City Recreation center, which is a 3,500 square foot air conditioned building that is used for meetings and as a business center.

Leighton Park
2701 SW Cornell Street
Palm City, FL 34990
772-221-1403

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DEMOGRAPHIC INFO

Palm City Florida DataPopulation

Population in 2010: 23,120.

Population change since 2000: +15.0%

Males: 10,900 (47.1%)

Females: 12,220 (52.9%)

Median resident age: 49.7 years

Florida median age:41.3 years

Zip codes: 34990.

 

Income

Estimated median household income in 2011: $70,755 (it was $62,362 in 2000)

Palm City:$70,755

Florida:$44,299

Estimated per capita income in 2011: $37,097

Estimated median house or condo value in 2011: $263,264 (it was $168,300 in 2000)

Palm City:$263,264

Florida:$151,000

Mean prices in 2011:

All housing units: $369,408;

Detached houses: $415,000;

Townhouses or other attached units: $192,907;

In 2-unit structures: $292,857; In

3-to-4-unit structures: $166,808; In 5-or-more-unit structures: $282,998

Median gross rent in 2011: $1,236.

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Palm City Homes For Sale

    1. 5 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 3,856 sq ft
      Lot size: 9,424 sqft
      Year built: 2007
      Days on market: 1
    2. 3 beds, 3 baths
      Home size: 2,509 sq ft
      Year built: 1990
      Days on market: 2
    3. 2 beds, 2 baths
      Home size: 1,804 sq ft
      Lot size: 10,454 sqft
      Year built: 1988
      Days on market: 2

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