Living in Caloosa

Attention equestrians! Caloosa homes for sale in the wilds of Palm Beach County might be just what you are looking for if you're searching for wide-open spaces, a modern lifestyle in a country setting, and a place to pursue your passions of horse riding, showing, and jumping. Right here in sunny South Florida, you have found an equestrian paradise, on the far western edge of the city of Palm Beach Gardens in Caloosa.

In the equestrian enclave of Caloosa are just 350 homes each set on five-acre lots. It's probably the closest you'll come to living on a ranch without having to take care of one! Finally, a place to keep your horses the way you'd like to, with buildings, barns, and stalls included on many of the home sites here. You'll ride to your heart's content on the more than 30 miles of bridle paths in Caloosa, surrounded by like-minded neighbors who share your devotion to the horse and the sport.

And what homes these are! Magnificent, spacious estates featuring the comforting, solid building materials of beautiful wood and stone, and every modern amenity, all melded into a sophisticated country lifestyle featuring the wide-open spaces of the old west, here in the deep south. Once you purchase a home in Caloosa, you'll have not only a bridle path, but also a 32 acre horse park and a riding arena practically at your doorstep, yet be just minutes away from the best shopping in Palm Beach, 150 world-class golf courses, the Atlantic Ocean beaches, an international airport, I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. So near, yet seemingly, so far from your Caloosa home in the Florida countryside.

Beyond Horse Riding in Caloosa

For the times when you are not on the trails, you'll find other recreational pastimes right in the Caloosa neighborhood that include tennis, basketball, children's playgrounds, a heart trail to walk and check your cardio progress, and a screened picnic pavilion with barbecue grill. Driving over Caloosa's paved roads, you'll see a jump course and gorgeous white farm style fences marking property lines or weathered fences corralling horses. It is truly a breathtaking sight to sometimes see a horse stop to sip from a pond, surrounded by greenery as far as the eye can see. In Caloosa, the age-old bond between human and horse has never seemed stronger. If you love horses, you'll love living here.

Caloosa is conveniently located off Florida State Road 710, popularly called the Beeline Highway, and is just minutes from the city of Palm Beach Gardens and its many amenities and attractions. Currently, homes for sale in Caloosa range in size from 1,700 to over 8,000 square feet and in price from the low $300,000s to just under $2 Million. Most have from three to five bedrooms. All have five acres of land. Many of the homes have private pools, outdoor barbecue kitchens, and various structures for keeping horses. Or purchase one of the available lots and build your own dream home on the range.