Living in jupiter, floridaa neighborhood guide

On the southeastern coast of Florida, with a population of 64,565, lies the charming beach town of Jupiter, Florida. With award-winning golf, pristine beaches and an abundance of recreation opportunities, many choose this tropical destination to not only vacation but to live. Families who move to Jupiter will also benefit from the public school system which includes some of the top ranked schools in the state. 

Whether you’re searching for a second home or a new place to call your own, discover what it’s like living in Jupiter with our neighborhood guide.

 

Neighborhoods in Jupiter

There are many neighborhoods found within Jupiter depending on what type of lifestyle you live. Older neighborhoods were established in the 1980s and 1990s and include communities such as Jupiter Village, located near the town’s center, and The Shores, known for its lakes and quiet location. Newer communities include Abacoa and our own gated golf community, Timbers Jupiter.

A private residence club, Timbers Jupiter offers resort-style living when you purchase any of its waterfront golf real estate for sale. From gourmet dining to indulgent spa treatments, everything you need is right on property. Easily explore the area’s top destinations such as Juno Beach, located less than three miles from our golf community.

 

Things to do in jupiter

From sea to land, there are plenty of things to do every season of the year when you live in Jupiter, Florida. Not far from the town center, access more than three miles of gorgeous beaches and nearly 40 miles of waterways ideal for a variety of watersports including boating, sailing, sport fishing, kayaking, surfing, or simply swimming.

On land, discover some of the area’s top attractions for visitors and locals alike including the Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, and Trump National Golf Club. With celebrities like Tiger Woods drawn to the world-class golfing in Jupiter, it's no surprise that the seaside town is home to more than 15 golf courses. When you own one of the luxury villas at Timbers Jupiter, access to South Florida’s award-winning Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course is just one of the many homeowner benefits.

In addition to endless outdoor recreation, Jupiter also has a wide selection of shopping and dining options. Located in downtown Jupiter, Harbourside Place offers a variety of high-end shopping and dining along with live entertainment at its waterfront amphitheater. For more Jupiter shopping and dining, take a trip to the Gardens Mall or the local businesses located in Downtown Abacoa. Just a half hour’s drive from Palm Beach County’s largest city, West Palm Beach, Jupiter residents can easily explore more vibrant shopping, dining, and sightseeing attractions.

Weather in Jupiter

Another benefit of living in Jupiter is the pleasant weather year round. During the winter months, the average low temperature typically doesn’t fall below 54 degrees and the average high temperature ranges from 74 degrees in January to 91 degrees in August. While humidity is common year round, Jupiter does have a dry and wet season, averaging 62 inches of rain per year. Wet season lasts from mid May through October while the rest of the year has a much lower chance of precipitation. 

Buying a Home in Jupiter

Ready to live the Jupiter lifestyle? For a one-of-a-kind experience and effortless ownership, choose the luxury villas for sale at Timbers Jupiter. These two- and four-bedroom vacation homes come with an array of unparalleled benefits from housekeeping to concierge services. Learn more about owning a home in our top-rated Florida golf community by contacting our real estate team

  

Waterfront properties in Jupiter Florida
    Aerial view of shopping area in Jupiter Florida
   Living in Jupiter, Fl at a luxury villa at Timbers Jupiter
   

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