From charming turn of the century bungalows to extraordinary mansions designed by architects like Mizner, Fatio and Volk, Palm Beach offers a unique blend of life styles to suit every need.
A mere three-blocks wide and 14 miles long, Palm Beach is a barrier island connected to the mainland by three primary bridges in the center of town. It is a residential community served by a host of realtor professionals adept at assessing your needs and matching you with the most ideal living arrangement.
Whether you're interested in the family-oriented North End with quiet streets and sandy beaches or want to experience the "Greenwich Village" lifestyle near Main Street, where a fanciful mix of old and new houses, along with apartments and condominiums, share the walking ambiance to small shops, grocers and a host of outdoor restaurants, there are endless possibilities.
The center of town features more historic houses reflecting the boom times of the 20's and 30's - a sense of neighborhood and convenience blend into the commercial district.
The estate section features magnificent homes with spectacular views. Newer homes in this area are sensitive to the unique quality of the area and look as though they were original structures.
South of Sloan's Curve, another unique community of condominiums showcases a more casual lifestyle, with the Town's Par 3 golf course, tennis courts and access to Lake Worth near at hand.