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The city of Stuart is located in Martin County at the southern tier of Florida’s popular Treasure Coast and has a population of over 16,000. This quaint area is a dream come true for the devoted water lover. Nestled at the St. Lucie River and Atlantic Ocean, Stuart homes for sale offer picturesque views from every direction. You have to personally see for yourself to believe how Stuart real estate is bursting with water-rich beauty and tranquil settings…read more

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Homes For Sale in Stuart

    1. 6 beds, 10 baths
      Home size: 12,539 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 2008
      Days on market: 205
    2. 6 beds, 8.2 baths
      Home size: 12,539 sq ft
      Lot size: 1.04 ac
      Year built: 2008
      Days on market: 205
    3. 5 beds, 10 baths
      Home size: 11,499 sq ft
      Lot size: 4.00 ac
      Year built: 1995
      Days on market: 381
    4. 5 beds, 5.2 baths
      Home size: 7,877 sq ft
      Lot size: 1.22 ac
      Year built: 2008
      Days on market: 2
    5. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 7,877 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 2008
      Days on market: 2
    6. 3 beds, 2.2 baths
      Home size: 3,063 sq ft
      Year built: 1982
      Days on market: 169
    7. 3 beds, 4 baths
      Home size: 3,063 sq ft
      Lot size: 25.00 ac
      Year built: 1982
      Days on market: 282
    8. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 9,991 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 2007
      Days on market: 2,895
    9. 5 beds, 7.2 baths
      Home size: 9,991 sq ft
      Lot size: 33,672 sqft
      Year built: 2007
      Days on market: 1,324
    10. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 6,341 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 2004
      Days on market: 648
    11. 5 beds, 5.2 baths
      Home size: 6,341 sq ft
      Lot size: 25,089 sqft
      Year built: 2004
      Days on market: 647
    12. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 7,395 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1995
      Days on market: 14
    13. 5 beds, 5.2 baths
      Home size: 7,395 sq ft
      Lot size: 27,616 sqft
      Year built: 1995
      Days on market: 14
    14. 6 beds, 8 baths
      Home size: 7,767 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1989
      Days on market: 37
    15. 3 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 4,062 sq ft
      Lot size: 9,582 sqft
      Year built: 2007
      Days on market: 102
    16. 3 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,062 sq ft
      Lot size: 10,454 sqft
      Year built: 2007
      Days on market: 230
    17. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 6,016 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1999
      Days on market: 373
    18. 5 beds, 6.1 baths
      Home size: 6,016 sq ft
      Lot size: 27,964 sqft
      Year built: 1999
      Days on market: 372
    19. 4 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 6,643 sq ft
      Lot size: 21,780 sqft
      Year built: 1984
      Days on market: 4
    20. 4 beds, 6.1 baths
      Home size: 6,643 sq ft
      Lot size: 19,688 sqft
      Year built: 1984
      Days on market: 4
    21. 6 beds, 6.1 baths
      Home size: 5,326 sq ft
      Lot size: 1.42 ac
      Year built: 1997
      Days on market: 39
    22. 5 beds, 7 baths
      Home size: 5,326 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1997
      Days on market: 58
    23. 3 beds, 6 baths
      Home size: 4,584 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1971
      Days on market: 22
    24. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,521 sq ft
      Lot size: 21,780 sqft
      Year built: 2017
      Days on market: 189
    25. 4 beds, 4.2 baths
      Home size: 4,521 sq ft
      Lot size: 17,510 sqft
      Year built: 2017
      Days on market: 189
    26. 6 beds, 7.1 baths
      Home size: 7,216 sq ft
      Lot size: 34,020 sqft
      Year built: 1994
      Days on market: 290
    27. 6 beds, 8 baths
      Home size: 7,216 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1994
      Days on market: 291
    28. 5 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 5,862 sq ft
      Lot size: 27,267 sqft
      Year built: 1987
      Days on market: 102
    29. 5 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 5,862 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1987
      Days on market: 176
    30. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,571 sq ft
      Lot size: 21,780 sqft
      Year built: 2017
      Days on market: 189
    31. 4 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 4,571 sq ft
      Lot size: 17,510 sqft
      Year built: 2017
      Days on market: 189
    32. 5 beds, 5.1 baths
      Home size: 6,719 sq ft
      Year built: 1999
      Days on market: 214
    33. 5 beds, 6 baths
      Home size: 6,719 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1999
      Days on market: 214
    34. 2 beds, 3 baths
      Home size: 3,313 sq ft
      Year built: 1983
      Days on market: 147
    35. 2 beds, 3 baths
      Home size: 3,313 sq ft
      Year built: 1983
      Days on market: 147
    36. 8 beds, 8 baths
      Home size: 8,146 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 1996
      Days on market: 32
    37. 4 beds, 5.1 baths
      Home size: 5,198 sq ft
      Lot size: 18,294 sqft
      Year built: 2001
      Days on market: 99
    38. 4 beds, 6 baths
      Home size: 5,198 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 2001
      Days on market: 156
    39. 4 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 4,324 sq ft
      Year built: 1988
      Days on market: 295
    40. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,324 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1988
      Days on market: 296
    41. 4 beds, 4 baths
      Home size: 4,428 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1981
      Days on market: 17
    42. 5 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 5,148 sq ft
      Lot size: 1.87 ac
      Year built: 1948
      Days on market: 199
    43. 5 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 5,148 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1948
      Days on market: 200
    44. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 3,617 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 2010
      Days on market: 109
    45. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,625 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 1985
      Days on market: 266
    46. 0 beds, 0 bath
      Lot size: 33,928 sqft
      Year built: 0
      Days on market: 101
    47. 4 beds, 4.1 baths
      Home size: 4,750 sq ft
      Lot size: 1.25 ac
      Year built: 2005
      Days on market: 8
    48. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 4,750 sq ft
      Lot size: 2.00 ac
      Year built: 2005
      Days on market: 275
    49. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 3,849 sq ft
      Lot size: 22,738 sqft
      Year built: 2003
      Days on market: 253
    50. 4 beds, 5 baths
      Home size: 3,849 sq ft
      Lot size: 43,560 sqft
      Year built: 2003
      Days on market: 259

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    (all data current as of 11/23/2017)

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Real Estate in Stuart

With access to the many crystal clear waterways of St. Lucie River and Atlantic Ocean, Stuart is unsurprisingly famous for being known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World”, especially during the months of December and January. In fact, residents of Stuart take great pride in this fame by placing an 18-foot bronze fountain statue of a sailfish at the main strip on Sailfish Circle for all to see.

Local boaters, fishermen and beach lovers alike are undoubtedly proud of Stuart’s past and future as shown in its thriving cultural atmosphere, how well Stuart real estate is maintained and the gracious hospitality you receive when visiting the area. Stuart real estate is truly a hidden gem as locals boast the inescapable scenery as evidenced on Stuart’s Riverwalk, which borders the St. Lucie River at the historic downtown. Here, you can dock your boat for free and have influx of shops, restaurants, boutiques, antique shops, museums and art galleries all with a beautiful view of the river. Plus, events occur throughout the year consisting of music festivals, art walks, the annual Stuart Air Show and a weekly green market. The homes in Stuart offer a small town charm and calmness, but give locals a familiar feeling that Florida’s reputation and attractions are known for. Today, Stuart has more the 100 retail shops, 23 restaurants and 70 other businesses.

But the city of Stuart didn’t stop there. Besides the abundant water attractions, there’s also plenty of golfing, biking, beautiful parks, sports fields, recreational facilities, and community recreation centers to challenge even the most avid outdoor fanatic. If you’re inside, you’re not living in Stuart. But don’t worry if you’re not able to get to the water or it lush parks. The neighborhoods of Stuart homes for sale offer a playground, mini-parks and open space that nature lovers will sure to enjoy.

Stuart – Florida’s Treasure Coast

Before Henry M. Flagler’s railway reached this far south, today’s Stuart was named Potsdam. A number of our first settlers were German and in 1892 Otto Stypmann who was the first postmaster applied for a permit to operate a post office under the name Potsdam. Flagler’s railroad rolled across a new bridge bringing freight and passenger service to the town. The community grew when settlers from the lower Indian River lagoon area dug out what is now the St. Lucie Inlet, bringing salt water inland and with it commercial quality fish.

As settlers of other nationalities arrived, such a German sounding name of Potsdam was harsh to their ears. This is where the town name became more of a headache to the residents. Railway conductors would shout out and change the name from Potsdam to “Pots, Dam” and even to “Dam Pots!” One particular woman, Emma Kitching, whose husband owned land adjoining Stypmann land and whose brother-in-law, Broster Kitching succeeded Otto Stypmann as Postmaster, was particularly annoyed with the name Potsdam.

The railroad depot was originally on the north side of the St. Lucie River on land owned by Homer H. Stuart, Jr., the son of a prominent New York attorney. Homer purchased the land in the 1880s and endured the hardships of pioneer life for a few years. He had returned north, married and was living in Philadelphia when Flagler’s lieutenants were negotiating for a right-or-way. His brother Inglis, an attorney, offered land for a railroad depot requesting that it be called “Stuart’s Landing.” Flagler officials left off Landing, naming the railway stop “Stuart.”

When the Kitchings complained about the name Potsdam and requested that the depot be moved south of the river, Florida East Coast official settled the matter by transferring the Stuart name along with the depot. Postal authorities changed Potsdam’s name to Stuart, at Broster Kitching’s request, on June 15, 1895.

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