Juno Beach Real Estate for Sale

Juno Beach waterfront homes are the perfect place to spend relaxing time near the beach or enjoying nature and local wildlife. The town has its own Pelican Lake, which is surrounded by extensive biking and walking trails. The 990 foot fishing pier and local beach parks invite hours of long ocean walks. Juno Beach real estate has boomed in recent years because the town is known for its close proximity to the beach and Atlantic Ocean, and lies to the south of Jupiter Florida and just north of Palm Beach Gardens Florida. Larry Pettit has extensive experience working with waterfront properties in Juno Beach and the surrounding areas. Contact Larry Pettit for more information on Juno Beach homes for sale. 

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If there is a new home being built to match your needs you are sure to find it here. There are currently 27 builders to choose from in 55 new home communities across the Juno Beach area. Whether you need a small starter home or large family home, you will find homes in Juno Beach that have between 2 to 6 bedrooms and 2 to 8 bathrooms.

You many also notice that newly built homes in Juno Beach are more expensive than resale homes. Before you let this deter you, remember there are tons of cost savings that come with buying a new home including less maintenance cost and energy cost.

The town offers a unique location close to shopping, restaurants, recreation, and boating, with close proximity to I-95 and the Florida Turnpike. Many people in Juno Beach are college grads,and many are married. Many residents are property owners, and many are between the ages of 60 to 69. As for the weather in Juno Beach, the average summer high is 92 degrees and the average winter low is 40 degrees. The popular Loggerhead Marine life Center is a wonderful ocean conservation facility and sea turtle hospital.

Juno Beach Real Estate History

sea turtle in Juno Beach

Juno Beach Florida was platted in 1948 and has a total area of 1.9 square miles. Juno was named after the Roma goddess Juno and is home to over 3,200 people.

Juno Beach is home to the Loggerhead Marine life Center established in 1983 the center is the only sea turtle hospital located between The Florida Keys and Orlando. It is a non-profit education and ocean conservation facility.

The center features a full service veterinary hospital, exhibit hall, outdoor classroom, research lab, and resource center. The center hosts thousands of school children each year through field trips, outreach programs, summer camps and other educational experiences.

Golfers in Juno Beach can enjoy playing one of the oldest courses in South Florida at the Seminole Golf Club. Dating back to 1920, this Donald Ross-designed course frequently rates among the top ten in the country. 18 holes extend 6,787 yards through a combination of ocean windswept sand dunes, in an enormous sand ridge, and a valley dotted with small lakes. This is a challenging course where your strategy will change with the wind conditions as you attempt to avoid some 182 sand bunkers and other terrain hazards.

If you are interested in Juno Beach Homes for Sale, Rentals, & Foreclosures I can help

During my more than 33 years in the industry, I have listed and sold over 550 million dollars’ worth of real estate. I am dedicated to helping you from the first phone call to the last detail during your Real Estate journey. Contact me or call me today at 561-262-4949 for your complimentary Real Estate evaluation.