Canterbury Place at Abacoa is a Place You Can Call Home
Built by Centex Homes, all the homes in Canterbury Place at Abacoa are concrete block stucco construction. Townhomes offer five different floor plans, with interior living spaces that range from 1,406 to 2,226 square feet. There are also private courtyards, and either one or two car garages. Single family homes feature 15 different floor plans and range in sizes from 1,595 to 3,401 square feet. These homes have two car garages.
The Abacoa neighborhood combines schools and businesses with a rich family life right in the heart of Jupiter, Florida. Some of the most beautiful beaches in the world are just five minutes away from your home, and there are many eclectic shopping choices and fine dining to be had in Jupiter, and even more in the next town of Palm Beach Gardens. For commuters, you can easily and quickly be on either I-95 or the Florida Turnpike, another reason Abacoa is so popular. You are also just 14 miles north of Palm Beach International Airport.
Lots to Do in Your Canterbury Place Home Town
For the sports minded, Abacoa is the home of Roger Dean Stadium, where Major League Baseball's Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals hold spring training. In the summer, the stadium hosts two minor league teams in the Florida State League, where you can see tomorrow's stars before they hit the big stage. (In the fall and winter, the stadium is the location for numerous Abacoa community celebrations.) Golfers enjoy the public Abacoa Golf Club, which provides a great challenge with fast greens, or any one of some 150 other golf courses in the Palm Beach County area.
There are four schools within a short distance of Canterbury Place in Abacoa. Independence Middle School, Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Lighthouse Elementary School and Jupiter Middle School are for the younger children, while Jupiter High School and William T. Dwyer High School are within a short drive for older students. The Jupiter campus of Florida Atlantic University is also located in Abacoa, as is its Wilkes Honors College. The Hibel Museum of Art can be found on the FAU campus, which offers workshops, art camps and lectures, in addition to its regular and traveling exhibitions.