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The 150-year-old red painted brick Jupiter Lighthouse shines over this charming Florida beach town, the Intracoastal Waterway and the Loxahatchee River.
The area has a rich history. Ponce de Leon was the first European to sail up Jupiter's ocean inlet to find fresh water and a paradise of wildlife, including exotic birds, schools of fish and hammocks of Cabbage Palms and Banyan Trees.
Today, visitors find a mix of rustic and lavish waterfront estates. Jupiter Island is located north of the inlet and is one of the wealthiest addresses in the U.S. Jupiter is comprised of large estates owned by captains of industry and newer celebrity residents, such as Celine Dion and Tiger Woods. The southern tip of Jupiter Island boasts several luxury high-rise condominiums, notably Claridge, Cliveden and Carlyle.
Single-family homes along the Loxahatchee River are a 15-minute boat ride to Gulfstream fishing. Schools in the area are among the best in Palm Beach County.
Private golf and country club communities, such as Admiral's Cove and Jonathan's Landing, border the Intracoastal Waterway.
South of the inlet, luxury condominiums line AIA across from Juno Beach.
County : Palm Beach
Total Area : 21.1 square miles (54.7 square kilometers)
Elevation : 7 feet (2.13 meters)
Population : 55,156
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