Palm Beach Lifestyle
Close to the Gulf Stream and barely 52 nautical miles from the Bahamas, the barrier island of Palm Beach enjoys azure waters and a temperate climate year ‘round. This ultimate resort destination for many is home to a privileged few. With its white sand beaches; world-class sport fishing, yachting and water sports; 170 golf courses sprinkled throughout Palm Beach County; close proximity to the International Polo Club and Wellington Equestrian Center; and such accessible cultural amenities as the Sir Norman Foster-designed Norton Museum and nearby Kravis Center For The Performing Arts, Palm Beach is truly the ultimate place to live and play.
From Worth Avenue north up to Wells Road is considered In-Town. With its slightly more urban feel, lot sizes tend to be smaller, but no less important. Here a blend of ultra-luxury deepwater and interior estates, townhomes, condominium, and co-op residences enjoy a highly sophisticated environ. This section is home to the private banking and wealth management sector along Royal Palm Way, a number of 5-star hotel venues beginning with The Breakers, world-class shopping and dining along famed Worth Avenue and at mid-town’s Royal Poinciana Plaza. The two island schools and various places of worship are found In-Town, as well as The Flagler Museum, Society of the Four Arts, Preservation Society of Palm Beach, the new Recreation Center, Town Hall, the Palm Beach yacht docks and, of course, two of the three bridges linking the island to mainland Palm Beach County, I-95 and Palm Beach International airport.