Juno Beach Real Estate, Past and Present

Although the town was incorporated in 1953, the Juno Beach area can trace native civilizations as far back as 500 BC, and European contacts beginning in the 1500s. Some say old boat wrecks from long gone Spanish sailors still lie just offshore. The town has the ladies of the Juno Beach Garden Club to thank for the naming of its streets, many of them for Greek gods and goddesses, a project they undertook in 1958.

Tucked between Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter, Juno Beach homes are a convenient distance to all activities located in each neighboring town. Both feature numerous golf, tennis and country clubs, as well as chic bistros, restaurants and shopping choices. Jupiter hosts Roger Dean Stadium, where Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals conduct spring training, and also the unique Busch Wildlife Sanctuary. Both attractions are places of year-round fun for family, friends and residents.  The annual Art Fest by the Sea has become a 25-year springtime Juno Beach tradition. The storied Seminole Golf Club is also located here, founded by American financier E. F. Hutton and built by famed course designer Donald Ross in 1929. And Loggerhead Marinelife Center is a year round recreational and educational gem for young and old.

Juno Beach is two hours south of Orlando, where you'll find Disney World, Universal Studios and many other noteworthy Florida attractions. You'll have easy access to I-95 and the Florida Turnpike, and Palm Beach International Airport is about 20 miles south of the town.

Live and Work Near Your Juno Beach Home

Juno Beach grade school students attend schools in Jupiter, an A rated school district of the Palm Beach County school system. (For the most up-to-date information on schools zoned for the Town of Juno Beach go to the Palm Beach County School Board’s website at www.palmbeachschools.org.  Florida Atlantic University’s Honors College is located just four miles west of Juno Beach, and the Palm Beach State College Gardens Campus lies five minutes north. A major employer in the state, Florida Power & Light Company and its publicly-traded parent NextEra Energy are also headquartered here.

Whether you want to rent or purchase a primary home or a vacation home, condo or estate, Juno Beach real estate is among the most sought after in South Florida, and deservedly so. Juno Beach homes for sale go quickly! So when you are ready to see the best in Juno Beach homes for sale, contact Frankel Realty Group. Your very own piece of Juno Beach real estate may be just a phone call away.