Elegant, contemporary open floor plan on this remarkable Toll Brothers waterfront condo. Once you enter this home you will be able to appreciate the attention to detail that the owners have maintained in building and decorating this residence. Premier hurricane impact glass on all windows and sliders. Natural gas cooking. Custom cabinets, fixtures, electrical and lighting throughout. Hard wood flooring in the bedrooms. Spacious private elevator or custom stairway to take you up to the main living suite. Gorgeous water views, pleasant sunlight and very peaceful. Get ready to enjoy Jupiter Country Club living at its best. More than enough for year round living or seasonal enjoyment. Golf, Tennis, Pickle Ball, Swimming, Gym and more.Full golf or Social Membership available with this homeView Virtual Tour
Mediterranean, Townhouse, Dup/Tri/Row
Basketball, Bike - Jog, Clubhouse, Exercise Room, Game Room, Golf Course, Manager on Site, Pool, Sidewalks, Spa-Hot Tub, Street Lights, Tennis, Community Room, Cafe/Restaurant, Pickleball
Cable, 3-Phase Electric, Gas Natural, Public Sewer, Public Water
2+ Spaces, Drive - Decorative, Driveway, Garage - Attached
Built-in Shelves, Closet Cabinets, Elevator, Fire Sprinkler, Foyer, Pantry, Roman Tub, Split Bedroom, Upstairs Living Area, Volume Ceiling, W/D Hookup, Walk-in Closet, Cook Island, Laundry Tub
Auto Garage Open, Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Fire Alarm, Freezer, Ice Maker, Microwave, Range - Gas, Refrigerator, Smoke Detector, Wall Oven, Washer, Water Heater - Gas, Generator Hookup
Auto Sprinkler, Covered Balcony, Open Balcony
Paved Road, Sidewalks, West of US-1, 10 to <25 Acres
If you are a baseball fan, both the St. Louis Cardinals and the Florida Marlins train at Roger Dean Stadium, a 7,000-seat stadium.
To mark the reef lying off the Jupiter Inlet, Congress appropriated $35,000 to construct a lighthouse in 1853. At the top of the Jupiter Lighthouse, you can see the Loxahatchee River.
If you're looking for an exploration adventure in Jupiter, check out the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. The Lighthouse was designed by Civil War hero General George Meade and has been operated by the Coast Guard since 1860. Tours of this 105-foot-tall landmark unfold every half hour. There is a small museum that tells about efforts to restore the lighthouse to the way it looked from 1860 to 1918.
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Listing information last updated on January 24th, 2020 at 10:01am EST.