At the very bottom of Singer Island lies the cute and cozy enclave of Palm Beach Shores. You’ll know you’ve arrived there when you’re greeted by the sign in the road that welcomes you to this tiny town. Surrounded on three sides by water (Lake Worth Lagoon to the west, the Palm Beach Inlet to the south, and to the east, the Atlantic), many people believe this little hamlet of just over 1,100 residents is one of the last places anywhere that retains an aura of the way life was in the 1950s. Ask anyone who lives in Palm Beach Shores, and they will probably tell you they like it that way. Many of its residents were first drawn to the town by its circa 1950s completely updated period homes.
Frankel Realty Group knows the very best Palm Beach Shores homes for sale! Palm Beach Shores real estate is highly prized and sells quickly, so let Franklin Realty Group assist you with finding a Palm Beach Shores property that you will love. The town is low key and casual, sophisticated but friendly, all at the same time. Light automobile traffic prevails over its 256 acres, shared by Palm Beach Shores home owners, seasonal visitors and vacationers year round. Residents of Palm Beach Shores enjoy their own private 3,000 foot ocean front beach and a choice of three marinas to meet their seafaring needs.
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(all data current as of 9/2/2014)
$675,000 : 304 E Claremont Lane, Palm Beach Shores3 beds, 3 full baths
$399,900 : 120 Edwards Lane, Palm Beach Shores2 beds, 2 full baths
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Palm Beach Shores Real Estate is Special
When the town founder of the modern day Palm Beach Shores, one A. O. Edwards, first laid eyes on the land in 1947, he decided that very day to purchase the 240 acre parcel, “with blue water on three sides, and such a splendid beach.” Edwards, a British citizen, was known for building railroads in England, India and South Africa, and hotels in London in the 1920s, and once even served as Palm Beach Shores’ mayor in the 1950s. Early development plans for Palm Beach Shores show it to be very much as it appears today. The town’s beautiful arboretum and butterfly garden are a source of pride to residents; in fact, Palm Beach Shores has been designated a Tree City, U.S.A. Holidays are particularly important to the neighborhood, and the town enjoys celebrations throughout the year, in addition to other events regularly planned and staged by the town, many of them thanks to the work of dedicated volunteers.
There are no schools in the town, but residents are served by the School District of Palm Beach County. Palm Beach Shores is just a 20 minute ride to Palm Beach International Airport, and the many amenities and entertainments of nearby West Palm Beach, North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens, where shopping and dining choices are both eclectic and numerous. There is truly something for every taste close at hand, for those times when you just might tire of the small town life.
Finding Palm Beach Shores Homes for Sale
Remember, Frankel Realty Group is your source for information regarding Palm Beach Shores real estate for sale. In this charming town, you’ll find housing choices ranging from million dollar waterfront homes, single family dwellings, and oceanfront condos for sale or rent, all perfect places for Palm Beach Shores homes. Let the agents at Frankel Realty Group assist you with finding Palm Beach Shores real estate for sale that you will love, and be ever so glad to call home.
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- Home size: 2,120 sq ft
- Year built: 1957
- 3 beds
- 3 full baths
- Home size: 1,250 sq ft
- Lot size: 9,148 sqft
- Year built: 1954
- 2 beds
- 2 full baths
Home size: 2,120 sq ft Year built: 1957
3 beds 3 full baths $675,000
Home size: 1,250 sq ft Lot size: 9,148 sqft Year built: 1954
2 beds 2 full baths $399,900