If you are considering relocating to Jupiter Florida, here’s a list of ten great things about the Jupiter area.

When folks think about living in Florida, they might automatically think that Jupiter is sweltering hot in the summertime.  Would it be just a bit too uncomfortable for a Northeastern or Midwestern transplant to live here year-round?  Find your answer in this simple list of Jupiter facts for your quick consumption!

1.   The weather is just lovely.

If you are a Jupiter Florida snowbird, you are aware that winter temps are a pristine average of 65°F.  What you might not realize, is that even summertime temperatures are agreeable, with an average August temperature of 89°F.  While that might seem a bit hot, you must consider coastal breezes and opportunities for cooling off poolside – 71% of Florida homes have pools!  According to Weatherspark.com, even during the hottest summer months, the temperature rarely goes above 92°F.

2.   Jupiter has lots of waterfront living.

If you are planning to move to Jupiter Florida to enjoy waterfront living and boat ownership, you will be happy to know that the area has tons of waterfront communities.  From the Loxahatchee River to the intracoastal waterway to the Atlantic Ocean, Jupiter offers a variety of waterfront living opportunities for private homes as well as condominiums.

3.   Jupiter has sea turtles.

Loggerhead turtle nests span 120 miles of beaches in the Jupiter area.  Each year, there are tens of thousands of loggerhead hatchlings on Juno Beach in Jupiter alone!  The loggerhead turtle hatching season is between June and November, so if you are only planning a visit to Jupiter, come during those months to see turtle hatchlings.

4.   Jupiter is a great place to vacation.

Jupiter is a wonderful vacation destination.  A less obvious choice than competing tourist towns, like Destin and Orlando, Jupiter has a lot to offer vacationers.  Choose from high-end resort hotels, beachfront Airbnb rentals, or a fabulous condo with on-site amenities.  Outside your choice of accommodations, Jupiter beaches are beautiful, the shopping is great, and you have not shortage of fine dining in the area!  Speaking of food…

5.   Northern imports will find their favorite foods.

Jupiter Florida is a veritable melting pot, with folks from across the United States moving here each year.  Many of these folks bring their knack for homespun fare, like New York bagels.  If you are moving to Jupiter from Chicago or the Northeast, you will be happy to know that you don’t have to miss out on your favorite pizza.  The Jupiter area has great Chicago and New York pizza options in addition to our fresh local seafood and other fine dining options.

6.   Jupiter is a great place to transition from snowbird to retiree.

If you are considering retiring in Jupiter, you might have also considered living in a 55+ community in the area.  There are many 55 and over communities in Jupiter and the surrounding area, which offer fantastic snowbird-turned-retirement living.  If you are in search of an active over 55 lifestyle, the Jupiter area is perfect for your needs!  Additionally, if you snowbird in the area, you will be fortunate to take in our Christmastime staple, the Jupiter boat parade.

7.   Jupiter is pet-friendly.

If you will be relocating to Jupiter with man’s best friends, you will find the area to be perfectly pet-positive.  If you are vacationing, you will find many pet-friendly rental accommodations.  What’s more, is that Jupiter is home to one of the few remaining pet-friendly beaches.  You will be happy to know that you can take a stroll to a few local spots for a pet-friendly patio dining and drinks, including Dive Bar Restaurant and Jumby Bay Island Grill.

8.   Jupiter Florida is a golfer’s paradise.

Jupiter is a golf hot-spot.  There are over 15 private golf clubs in Jupiter alone, and nearly 80 golf courses within 20 miles of center city, including public and municipal courses.  Jupiter’s renowned Bear’s Club has 30 pro golf members, including Roy Mcllroy and Ernie Els.

9.   Jupiter has lots of famous residents.

You don’t have to move to or vacation in Los Angeles to rub elbows with the rich and famous.  Jupiter has tons of famous faces, including Tiger Woods, Michael Jordan, and Serena Williams.  If you are in search of a dining hot spot, both Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods have restaurants in Jupiter!

10.   It’s not as expensive to live in Jupiter as you might think.

While it’s true that median home prices are a little higher than the United States median home price, there are positive aspects to the cost of living.  For instance, the average salary is higher in Jupiter.  Add to that, it costs less to pay for healthcare and utilities in the Jupiter area.  Many working professionals prefer relocating to Jupiter because Florida is a no-state-income-tax state.

Are you in search of homes for sale in Jupiter Florida?  Call on Nicole Stanbra, and The Stanbra Home Team, Jupiter Florida Realtors.  Call us at (561) 468-3532.

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