Juno Beach Real Estate
The southeast Florida town of Juno Beach may be modest in size but it’s big when it comes to real estate. Juno Beach, FL is seaside residential community of under 4,000 residents who all enjoy the great selection of luxury homes and condos for sale with sweeping views of, or within walking distance to the majestic Atlantic.
Juno Beach is also located directly south of Jupiter, adjacent to the much larger Palm Beach Gardens, and within five miles of North Palm Beach and Lake Park. The sunny, temperate climate, mixed with the constant ocean breeze makes Juno Beach the type of vacation spot that you stay in all year round.
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The Juno Beach Community
Juno Beach real estate is uniquely located on a barrier island, created when the Intracoastal Waterway (ICW) was cut through to Lake Worth further down south in 1898. This makes it ideal for boating and sailing enthusiasts, or simply anyone who enjoys their fair share of water recreation. Not only do Juno Beach residents have easy access to the ocean and pristine beaches, Juno Beach homes are also close to six green parks, where you’ll find playgrounds, tennis, basketball, and Bocce courts, exercise facilities, picnic areas, a pavilion, a system of walking and bike paths, nature trails, and of course, swimming areas with lifeguards on duty.
Juno Beach locals take special pride in their Town Center Lake Walk, which is a beautiful one-mile path around Pelican Lake. It takes you around beautiful landscaping and is home to a variety of birds that inhabit the lake area, with lamp posts that safely light the way for those who may want to take a relaxing stroll at night. Just a few minutes’ drive away are golf courses like the Seminole Golf Club, even more county parks, excellent shopping, and the locals’ favorite Maltz Jupiter Theater.
Although a small community, Juno Beach students have access to three elementary schools, three middle schools, and two high schools.
Wildlife in Juno Beach
Adding to Juno Beach’s unique charm is the fact that its coastline has a very high density of sea turtle nesting sites, with more than 1,000 sites per mile of beach during the spring and summer months. As such, Juno Beach has become an ideal location for marine research and education, namely the Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Museum. It was established more than 30 years ago by a local real estate agent named Eleanor Fletcher, and started out as an outlet to educate students about the conservation and protection of sea turtles native to Juno Beach.
Today, the center has grown to include a full-service veterinary hospital, research lab, outdoor classroom, and resource center, and receives well more than 200,000 visitors each year.
Juno Beach History
With a history going back to more than a century ago, Juno was named after one of four stops along the short 7 ½-mile railroad known then as the Celestial Railroad. This was the main form of transportation at the turn of the 20th century to and from small towns to the south, including Palm Beach and West Palm Beach. Juno was the last stop and the connection for the Lake Worth Transportation Company, which transported freight and storage on Lake Worth (which at the time was a salt water lagoon).
For more up-to-date information on Juno Beach homes for sale and/or insight into the Juno Beach, FL real estate market, please contact The Armstrong Group or call us today at 561-282-5207. We’ll help you find that piece of real estate in the Palm Beaches that was meant just for you!