Palm Beach Gardens
Insurance magnate John D. MacArther began to develop large undeveloped tracts of land in the 1960s that are the golf mecca of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida today.
Golf Communities and Clubs
Currently home to the PGA of America, whose offices are located on the outskirts of PGA National Resort and Spa, this city is a powerhouse of sprawling club communities. With so many options, real estate buyers looking for a club are sure to find the perfect fit. In addition to the resort with 4 courses, PGA National is a large and diverse community of single family homes, townhomes and condos. Just across PGA Boulevard you will find Mirasol with two 18 hole tracts. Additional exclusive private clubs include Old Palm Golf Club, Old Marsh Golf Club, Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club, Frenchman’s Reserve, Eastpointe Country Club, and BallenIsles Country Club.
Sandhill Crane Golf Club is Palm Beach Garden’s sole public course and is run by the city of Palm Beach Gardens. Many other public venues are located in nearby towns like Jupiter, North Palm Beach and numerous other locales throughout Palm Beach County.
It’s not all golf in Palm Beach Gardens though. While more limited than some of the surrounding towns, smaller scale waterfront communities are found to the east. The Cove, Waterway Manor, Paradise Port, Harbour Place and Old Gate feature single family homes. Cypress Island and Mariner’s Cove offer single family homes and townhomes. Azure features luxury condominiums overlooking the beautiful Loggerhead Marina.
Palm Beach Gardens is a regional shopping destination. Home to the Gardens Mall, Downtown at the Gardens, Legacy Place and PGA Commons, there is no shortage of upscale shops, service providers, department stores, restaurants and theaters.
The culinary scene in Palm Beach Gardens does not disappoint. Top-rated, locally owned establishments like Christopher’s Kitchen, Coolinary Cafe, the Carmine’s family of restaurants and Rocco’s Tacos offer unique dining experiences. National chains like The Capital Grille, P.F. Chang’s and Bonefish Grille offer diners familiar options. If you enjoy a great meal and a cocktail while watching boats go by, consider the River House, Seasons 52 or Waterway Cafe off PGA Boulevard.
Palm Beach Gardens is about a 20 minute drive to Palm Beach International Airport, 1 hour 40 minutes to Miami, and 2 hours 30 minutes to Orlando.
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Palm Beach Gardens Homes for Sale
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