Where To Live In Jupiter, Florida

Are you thinking about moving to Jupiter, Florida, but aren’t sure where to settle? In this video, I’m going to share the top three neighborhoods you should check out here in Jupiter. We’ll explore each area’s location, amenities, and housing options so you can choose the community that fits you best.

Jupiter Island

The first neighborhood that I suggest checking out is Jupiter Island. While it’s a little bit pricey, Jupiter Island is an absolutely incredible paradise. You can scuba dive, snorkel, kite surfing, and go paddleboarding here. You also have the intracoastal, and Tiger Woods lives right up the road. It’s absolutely idyllic.

When you drive up to Jupiter Island, it feels like you're in a tropical version of Beverly Hills. The town is quiet and very safe with its own police force. People like this area because of the low density, low traffic count, great schools, and proximity to the airport—which is only about 30 to 45 minutes from the airport. You're also about an hour and a half from Disney.

Jupiter Island is also known for amazing golf very close, so you're not going to have those long drive times. There’s also amazing shopping and great food, like Guanabanas, U-Tiki, and Square Grouper. These are amazing spots where you can dine right on the intracoastal and watch the yachts go by.

So how much is it going to cost you to get on Jupiter Island? It depends. There are condominiums and single-family homes. For single-family homes, you're looking at a minimum of around $2.5 million to get onto Jupiter Island. If you're thinking of downsizing and want to live in a condo, you're going to probably be at least a half to three-quarters of a million dollars.

Juno Beach

If Jupiter Island is a little pricey for you, let’s move a little farther south to Juno Beach. On its amazing beach, you can go surfing and kiteboarding. In fact, it's one of the top kiteboarding beaches in the world. Even if you're not a kiteboarder, it's an amazing place to come and watch these guys do tricks and twirls. There’s also a pier that offers great fishing; you don't even need a fishing boat. You can also bike, walk, jog, and do all kinds of stuff along this beach.

This town has a very active, younger crowd that enjoys kiteboarding, mountain biking, paddleboarding, and more. It’s closer to the airport and shopping—including Publix, Walgreens, and a barbershop. Juno Beach also has a lot lower price point and a little bit more activity than what you find elsewhere. To get into an entry-level home, you're going to be looking at around $500,000 to $600,000 for a median single-family home with three bedrooms and two baths.

If you want an even more affordable option—such as a condo, villa, or townhome—you can expect to pay around $300,000 to get into Juno Beach.

Jupiter Farms

The third neighborhood that I suggest checking out in Jupiter, Florida is Jupiter Farms. This area has a totally different feel than the others but shares the same reasons that it's great to live in Jupiter. You're an hour and a half from Disney and 30-45 minutes from the airport. You’re also close to shopping and can get to the beach in 15 to 20 minutes.

The reason people like Jupiter Farms is that you can have horses, a dune buggy, a four-wheeler or ATV, and a truck with big dually tires on it—but you’ll still be near all of those great schools. You’re also a 15-20 minute drive from Guanabanas, U-Tiki, and the other really cool restaurants on the water. Jupiter Farms also features some two-acre lots and 20-acre lots with everything from McMansions to small, modest hobby farms with chickens and pigs.

If you think Jupiter Farms is a place you’d like to live to get a little breathing space, it's going to cost you a minimum of $600,000. You might be able to find something for $450,000, though it will likely need a lot of work—and those are a little tough to find these days. If you find a great agent, you might be able to find a home under half a million in Jupiter farms.

Enjoy Florida Living In Jupiter

I hope you enjoyed these three neighborhoods that I suggest checking out if you're thinking about moving to Jupiter, Florida. Of course, there are a lot of other places that you can potentially move to in Jupiter, Florida, and the Juno Beach area as well. If you'd like more information on other areas to check out in Jupiter, please hit me up and I’d be happy to help.

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