Palm City is located just west of Stuart and the St. Lucie River and is about a 45 minute ride north of West Palm Beach. Originally a community of part-time residents and retirees, Palm City’s demographics have changed in recent years with an influx of many younger families and full time residents.
As a growing suburban area, Palm City has retained much of its rural charachter. With all the amenities of more urban settings, Palm City is only minutes from I-95 and Florida Turnpike exits, shopping, “A” rated schools, hospitals and the county seat in Stuart.
Properties in this section of Martin County include gated subdivisions, golf and waterfront communities (many offer deep water dockage with easy ocean access via the Saint Lucie River), single family homes, condos, town houses and estate homes. Palm City Farms and other western subdivisions feature equestrian and wooded properties with parcels typically ranging from five to ten acres and more.
The Palm City area offers a tremendous range of home styles and prices. On the high end are luxury homes and estates selling for $1 million and more. However, many area condos and homes sell in the more affordable range of $150,000 to $700,000.
This post has been authored by Eric Slifkin, REALTOR® serving South Florida’s Treasure Coast. You can reach me at 888-288-1765, or visit my Web site. As your resource for information on new or resale homes throughout the Treasure Coast, please be sure to contact me about any home you may find on the Web, yard sign or ad and I will research the property, arrange showings and handle all the details.