Stunning Coveted Location Palm Beach County

Stunning Coveted Locations Palm Beach County

Ocean & Intracoastal Beauty. 3 Small Boutique Towns Manalapan, Gulfstream, and Highland BeachEach Unique & Beautiful Very Limited Real Estate Inventory In the Higher Multi-Millions.
 

Manalapan

 

Unique Location Including A Barrier Island A Very Small Town

Manalapan’s geographical configuration is unique in that two separate areas exist, connected only by water. One portion is on A1A (the ocean highway) between the Lantana Public Beach and Boynton Inlet. The more secluded area of Manalapan is on the southern end of Hypoluxo Island. Lantana occupies the norther portion of the island.
 
The Manalapan population is less than 1000.
 
In this beautiful town divers love the Florida Underwater Archeological Preserve where they can see the Lofthus merchant ship which wrecked in 1898, 175 miles off of the shore. The Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a breathtaking oceanfront property with three outstanding restaurants and a spa.
 
Manalapan is determined to continue the vision to remain a low-density residential community and is focused on preserving its beautiful natural environment.
 
Manalapan has its own full police and fire services.
 

Gulfstream

 

Incredible Estates on the Ocean

Stunning drive up the Ocean (A1A) Highway through Gulfstream. Small, exclusive estates and homes. Many oceanfront homes are gated with private drives. Privacy prevails here. Drive slowly and enjoy the lush tropical tree and flower lined street with gorgeous floweres. You will also catch the breathtaking views of estates in this exquisite town which is tucked between Boynton Beach and Delray Beach. Gulf Stream is ranked as the eleventh highest-income place in the United States with a population less than 1,000. Very exclusive with golf on the ocean and a skip to Palm Beach.
 

Highland Beach



  • Quiet, Chic, An Oceanfront Retreat Pristine Beach.
  • White Sugar Sand Beach.
  • Estate Homes Limited. Exquisite Condos More Prevalent.
Highland Beach, in Palm Beach County is quaint and almost smacks of a Bahamas/Bermuda like setting with its architecture. It is stretched out along 2.8 miles of gorgeous pristine oceanfront.
 
Located between the cities of Delray Beach and Boca Raton, Highland Beach is a small, elegant residential community with a year-round population of under 3500 residents. The town’s “main street” is a lovely tree-lined portion of the ocean highway – A1A with the ocean to the east and the intracoastal waterway on the west of A1A. Highland Beach has brand new luxury residences and condos which afford ocean &/or intracoastal waterway views.
 
The Highland Beach A1A ocean highway drive is breathtaking with views of both the ocean and the intracoastal waterway and lovely, sea birds, sea grapes, scented plumeria and hibiscus. The roughly three-mile stretch of Highland Beach serves as a critical nesting ground for endangered sea turtles, which lay hundreds of eggs onshore each year from March through October.
 
Rich in history and beautiful real estate, Highland Beach was once the home of the Caloosa Indian tribe. In the 1500-1600s, pirates and buccaneers made Highland Beach their home.
 
This community has many recreational opportunities to enjoy including acres of Ocean access, beautiful pristine white sugar sand beaches with swimming and nature trails. Residents enjoy year-round tennis, golf, boating. You are very near two nature parks (Gumbo Limbo & Spanish River Park) and a stone’s throw from chic downtown Delray Beach with fine dining and shops.

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