About the Florida East Coast

Whether you're looking to live on the Ocean, the Countryside, the City life or social lifestyle at a Country Club, we will help you to fulfill your dream.

Palm Bay

Palm Bay

Palm Bay on the Florida Space Coast. Palm Bay is a community that blossoms with friendly ambience, a host of attractions, opportunities and a charming life style, quiet, area of new construction and growth. From the wide boulevards of Bayside Lakes, lined with canopies of trees and quaint street lamps, to the rings of Saturn visible from the rooftop observatory… Come experience Palm Bay. Within close proximity to Melbourne International Airport.

Sebastian

Sebastian

The City of Sebastian, Florida is located in Indian River County approximately midway through the east coast of the Florida Peninsula between Melbourne and Vero Beach in an area known as the Treasure Coast. It is recognized as the home of Pelican Island, the first designated wildlife refuge in the United States, a Millennium City, and a Tree City USA. The City of Sebastian was first incorporated as the Town of Sebastian in 1924. Current population is approximately 20,000. The City has seen rapid growth in the past several years and it is anticipated to continue.

Vero Beach-Indian River County

Vero Beach-Indian River County

Vero Beach is a gentle, sophisticated and unpretentious town which, since 1948, has been the smallest city in the nation to have its own professional baseball team – the Dodgers. In recent years, this area has become home to America’s cultural and corporate elite. It’s a place where high level business deals are made on a handshake during a round of golf… new friends are easily met at the many and diverse area activities… and spirits are renewed through abundant recreational opportunities available in this lovely tropical climate. Known as the “Gateway to the Tropics," Vero Beach is located in a climatic transition zone that offers an unusual mix of vegetation found in the coastal Carolinas – ancient oak trees and pine forests – blended with swaying palms and colorful blooms typical of the tropics.

Palm Beach

Palm Beach

Palm Beach is a barrier island sixteen miles long located 65 miles north of Miami. To the east is the Atlantic Ocean and to the west is the Intracoastal Waterway, which separates Palm Beach from the cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth.  The year-round population is 10,000 and the seasonal population is about 30,000.  Palm Beach is the land area closest to the Gulf Stream which produces lush gardens, palm lined beaches, and an outstanding marine environment. Be part of Creme de la Creme.

Hutchinson Island North and South

Hutchinson Island North and South

Hutchinson Island, Florida is 16-miles of beach access along Florida's southeast Atlantic Coast. Multi-million dollar estate homes and condominiums some with Indian River views and others with private beaches on the Atlantic Ocean. Home of the Navy Seal Museum and many public parks. 

Fort Pierce

Fort Pierce
As one of the oldest communities on the east coast of Florida, Fort Pierce has borne witness to the changing tides of history - as well as the changing tides of the Atlantic Ocean - for over 104 years. The days of one-room log houses and quiet river commerce has given way to diverse possibilities as the city has grown to over 41,000 residents.

Delray Beach

Delray Beach
This charming east-coast Florida city offers a warm climate, stunning coastline, luxurious beaches, superb residential neighborhoods and a thriving business community. Located nearby are a vast array of amenities including water recreation, golf, polo, historical museums, theatrical arts, fine dining and much more. Delray Beach FL is obviously one of the greatest resort cities in the world.

Port Saint Lucie

Port Saint Lucie
A great point of entry for a relaxing retreat. Located on the southern end of mainland St. Lucie County, Port St. Lucie is a recreation-rich paradise filled with pleasant pursuits. Home of the one-a-kind PGA Village, numerous other golf courses and Mets Baseball at Tradition Field, sports enthusiasts will find much to love. A wide range of affordable accommodations makes guests feel comfortable. Numerous parks and pristine rivers provide countless ways to explore and experience the best of natural Florida. And fantastic inland fishing will let you cast your cares away.

West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach
The City of West Palm Beach, with its sunny palm-lined streets, scenic waterfront views, quaint shopping districts, historic neighborhoods, year-round outdoor festivals, elegance and luxurious comfort are the hallmarks of this slice of paradise. The Downtown Retail and Entertainment District is a vibrant area lined with fashionable martini bars, trendy nightclubs, elite boutiques and fine restaurants. When the sun sets, enjoy fine dining by candlelight at one of the many lovely area restaurants.


Royal Palm Beach

Royal Palm Beach
The Village of Royal Palm Beach, incorporated in 1959, is governed by a Mayor and a Village Council and provides municipal services to approximately 30,000 residents. The Village is located in the central part of Palm Beach County which is in the Southeastern part of the State. The Village encompasses 11 square miles and is 15 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean.
Royal Palm Beach has been named Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation since 1990.  The entire area within the village limits is designated as a bird sanctuary.

Wellington

Wellington
Winter Equestrian Capital of the World, International Polo Museum,  Upscale Mall, Unique Hometown Family Atmosphere surrounded by more than 30 parks. Country Clubs, New neighboring Communities and Business' are flourishing in the area.  An attractive natural environment and recreational, cultural, and educational activities with facilities for all ages.

Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach

Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach
It is never too cold to play golf in Palm Beach County, Florida. The county boasts approximately 145 courses, including the must-see historic Boca Raton Resort & Club course and Emerald Dunes in West Palm Beach. There are more than 22 courses throughout Boca Raton, 16 private, two semiprivate, one executive, and three public. The finest shopping from Mizner Park to the Town Center Mall,  in addition numerous gourmet restaurants. Miles of sandy beaches and if you like boating, the Boca Inlet is the place to be!

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