Kids Will Love Palm Beach Gardens Homes as Much as You
Visit the Carousel at Downtown at the Gardens for family fun. This hand-carved, unique wooden beauty was specially created to blend in with Florida’s tropical atmosphere. Then stop in at one of the many nearby locations for lunch, and later on, an ice cream. For movie fans, Downtown at the Gardens is also where you’ll find the Cobb 16 Movie Theaters showing first-run, indie and foreign films, as well as some of the most upscale bars, clubs and restaurants in the Palm Beach County area. Residents also have access to the city's award-winning recreation and parks department facilities and programs that will keep you and your children busy year round with summer and school's-out camps, a town recreation center, an aquatic complex, tennis center, and walking trails, to name only a few of the many activities available. And, don't miss the latest tradition - a weekly Green Market held on Sunday mornings throughout the year, featuring local fresh fruits and vegetables, unique foods and sweet treats, plus regional crafts. Oh yes, and live music, too.
From most Palm Beach Gardens homes, it is but a 12 mile drive south directly into Palm Beach International Airport, via either the Florida Turnpike or I-95. Fort Lauderdale International Airport is just 58 miles south of Palm Beach Gardens, and Miami International 82 miles south, should your travel plans take you to these destinations. General aviation fliers may choose North Palm Beach County Airport, only 12 miles west of Palm Beach Gardens or Witham Field in Stuart, Florida, 28 miles to the north.
Palm Beach Gardens is part of the Palm Beach County school system, and your choices include a number of elementary and middle schools. Those attending high school in Palm Beach Gardens may be zoned for either William T. Dwyer or Palm Beach Gardens High Schools. The city also hosts a campus of Palm Beach State College, with its many academic opportunities, plus the Eissey Campus Theatre, where professional caliber musical performances, stage shows, art exhibits, and other cultural offerings take place year round.
The City of Palm Beach Gardens covers the largest land area in Palm Beach County, where just under 50,000 people call its 55 square miles home. In a time before it became incorporated, the land here was mostly used for dairy cattle ranching, with pine forests and swampland accounting for the remainder. It was the American financier and philanthropist John D. MacArthur, who had once owned much of the land in this part of Florida, who began development in 1959 of some 4,000 acres that MacArthur himself would name Palm Beach Gardens. He wanted a town resplendent with mature evergreen and shade trees, flowers, waterways, rolling hills and rich foliage. By all evidence, MacArthur achieved his goal, and today's townspeople work diligently to keep his vision alive and thriving.
Palm Beach Gardens Homes for Sale to Suit Every Taste and Style
Today, Palm Beach Gardens real estate is more attractive than ever. Here you will find magnificent multi-million dollar estate homes, many with water access, beautiful waterfront villas, luxurious condominiums and vacation residences, single family homes, town homes, and seasonal rentals of all types and sizes. There are gated communities and non-gated ones as well. As a lucky owner of Palm Beach Gardens real estate, you'll enjoy an extraordinary lifestyle and superior quality of life. Come live, work and play in Palm Beach Gardens! Call Frankel Realty Group, we can help you find Palm Beach Gardens real estate.