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 Wells Road to the northern tip of the island is considered the North End. The lifestyle in this section of town is notably casual and family-friendly, yet includes a wide range of important residential properties. Once home to the winter White House of President Kennedy, it includes many premium direct oceanfront estates with the largest dunes on the island and more modest interior lot sizes. With exceptional beaches, a large percentage of private deepwater docks, close proximity to the inlet with no fixed bridges, and a walking/cycling Lake Trail that follows the Intracoastal all the way to Worth Avenue, the North End offers nearly limitless lifestyle advantages.