Contact
Tell us about your needs

Jupiter

Jupiter, FL, USA

South Florida
717
for sale
605
for rent
14,595
sold
Price Range
$169K - $30.0M
Avg. SQFT Price
$659
SF Range
596 - 22,400 SF
Beds
1 - 16
Avg. Dom
88 days
Year Built
1941 - 2025

Overview

Do you want to live in a tranquil, warm neighborhood? A community with a sense of belongingness is always welcome. With its natural beauty, Jupiter is one charming neighborhood. Many residents and visitors love this place. No wonder it has become popular as a residential option for several people. Against the bustling noise of Miami, Jupiter is a breath of fresh air. If you desire a more relaxing pace of life, look nowhere else - Jupiter it is! Besides, it is a family-friendly community, too.

 

Jupiter offers an outdoor lifestyle. The reason is that it wraps around the Loxahatchee River and Intracoastal Waterway. The result is absolute scenic views to residents. Another feature of this place is you'll always enjoy boating and water sports. Plus, Jupiter also offers pristine beaches and championship golf courses. The best thing about all these amenities is basking in them under clear, sunny skies all year round.

 

Jupiter is one of the country’s most livable coastal towns per rankings of a popular travel magazine. Jupiter is a beautiful town full of cultural and natural attractions and beaches. The city of Jupiter in the northern part of Palm Beach County is also within the Metropolitan Area of Miami. Jupiter as a city was incorporated in 1925.

 

Jupiter has the most remarkable landmark, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. This structure has been here since the 1860s. It sits above a 120-acre natural site. You’ll find this place impressive since it features spectacular views. Among these are the Atlantic Ocean, Jupiter Inlet, Loxahatchee River, and Indian River.

 

Jupiter is the quaint facet of Miami’s flamboyant style. Here, life unfolds at a slower pace that lets you savor the mundane moments and simple pleasures. At the same time, get energized with nature and the outdoors. Embrace the sense of warmth within the neighborhood. Jupiter is indeed an attractive option for those who want to enjoy life. It is vibrant yet relaxing. If you value your family, this is the place for you. If you love nature, the lifestyle here suits you. Indeed, Jupiter provides the ideal balance you need in a home and community.

 

Scenic View of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Overlooking Boats Docked in the Tranquil Waters of the Bay at Sunset, Exemplifying Jupiter's Blend of Natural Beauty and Outdoor Lifestyle

 

Location

 

Jupiter is the northernmost town in Palm Beach County. It is 84 miles north of Miami and 15 miles north of West Palm Beach. It is also the northernmost community in the Metropolitan Area of Miami in South Florida. In 2022, Stacker Newsletter named Jupiter the "9th Best Southern Beach Town to Live In." In 2018, WalletHub rated it the "12th Best Beach Town in the US." The best accolade is this – “9th Happiest Seaside Town in the US” 2012 by Coastal Living.

 

If you want to shop, have fun, and dine in Jupiter, you're in luck! Downtown at the Gardens is a few minutes away. You'll find fancy shops, restaurants, theaters, and art galleries there.

 

Aerial View of Residential Area in Jupiter Showcasing Family-Friendly Neighborhoods, With Lush Greenery and Spacious Homes, Reflecting the Town's High Quality of Life and Community Spirit

 

Why is Jupiter an Excellent Eesidential Option?

 

If you enjoy and love the outdoors at Jupiter, this is your “happy place.” Here, you'll find the best fishing in South Florida and spectacular beaches. People enjoy camping, hiking, and boating by the rivers in many parks and wildlife areas.

 

Here are the TOP reasons why you need to be here:

 

Relaxing Pace & Lifestyle – Jupiter offers a quieter, more relaxing lifestyle. People want and appreciate living in a less dense neighborhood. They feature a peaceful, coastal lifestyle but with modern amenities. Another highlight of this town is less traffic and shorter commutes. It means a more manageable pace and lifestyle. This is a big plus for those who want a break from the urban hustle and bustle. People used to the urban setting may find their sweet escape here in Jupiter.

 

High Quality of Life - Many people in Jupiter are happy with their health and fitness. They have a high quality of life. If you want excellent well-being, you will like it at Jupiter. You can take peaceful walks at Jupiter Ridge Natural Area and the Delaware Scrub Trail. Limestone Creek Natural Area and Riverbend Park are also top favorite spots. There are several other options available, too.

 

Family-Friendly Neighborhood - With ample green spaces, Jupiter is appealing to families. Plus, it is safe. Jupiter is a wise option for families seeking a secure and nurturing environment. There are also excellent schools in this district.

 

Sense of Community - Jupiter has a tight-knit community. People in the neighborhood usually form warm relationships with their neighbors. They take part and join in community activities.

 

Access to Nature and Outdoors - Jupiter is perfect for nature lovers. Add to that are those who want outdoor adventures. Besides, this town is so near the coast. Jupiter commits to nature's preservation. Residents can access nature reserves, wildlife, parks, and sanctuaries. Those who love the outdoors will enjoy living here. What are the activities in store for them? Fishing, boating, and beachcombing are some of these worthwhile activities. They can have fun outdoors because of Jupiter's pleasing climate year-round. You can explore different sites. Check out the Loxahatchee River, Busch Wildlife Sanctuary, and Jonathan Dickinson State Park.

 

Arts & Culture - Jupiter has places to see art, listen to music, and watch performances. Residents can enjoy local art and cultural events without the large crowds of Miami.

 

Retirees’ Haven - Jupiter has recreational centers and activities for retirees. They cater to their needs. The tranquil ambiance of this town is an advantage. Besides, Jupiter Medical Center offers excellent healthcare. Thus, it's an attractive choice for this group.

 

Landscape of Jupiter's Neighborhoods With Palm Tree-Lined Streets, Coastal Architecture, and the Clear Blue Waters of the Atlantic in the Background, Highlighting the Town's Serene Environment

 

Points of Interest Around the Neighborhood:

 

1. Jupiter Lighthouse Park - It sits on a 120-acre site that views the coast. The Loxahatchee River Historical Society is managing it. The Jupiter Lighthouse Park has been open to the public since 1973. They provide guided and unguided tours. For the fearless (and fit), climbing up to the top of the lighthouse is doable. Kids should be at least four feet tall to trek to the top.

 

The Historic Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Standing Tall Against the Backdrop of the Jupiter Neighborhood, Symbolizing the Town's Cultural Heritage and Commitment to Nature's Preservation

 

2. Jonathan Dickinson State Park - This is the largest park in Southeast Florida. There are several activities for guests. Check the grounds and burn some calories, too. There are plenty of activities here. You can go kayaking, biking, and canoeing. There are rentals available. Guided tour options include canoe, horseback, buggy, and boat. The park is open daily. It is located in Hobe Sound, a short distance from Jupiter.

 

3. Busch Wildlife Sanctuary is a non-profit organization. It helps protect and conserve Florida's natural resources. They have been doing this since the early 1980s. This wildlife sanctuary offers medical care and rehab for about 6K animals anytime. After they have recovered, the goal is to send these animals back where they belong. They also welcome visitors, aside from this significant work. There is an interactive discovery center and a cypress wetlands trail. There are pine flatwoods and oak hammocks, too. Walking around, you will see crocodiles, alligators, birds, otters, and other animals.

 

4. Riverbend Park is a beautiful place with both nature and history. It's a National and Scenic River. It is a public space on the Loxahatchee River. The best way to enjoy the sights here is through kayaking. Paddle your way downriver as you go past the cypress swamp. Check out the stunning wildlife like the deer, gators, and turkeys on the banks.

 

5. The Dupuis Nature Center has over 20,000 acres. It offers many recreational activities in natural environments. These include pine forests, marshes, cypress swamps, and pine forests. The nature center is in the community and has educational programs and events. There are also hands-on programs that bring fun and entertainment. One of the well-known events of the center is their guided evening stargazing tours.

 

6. Norton Museum of Art is in West Palm Beach. It has existed since the early 1940s. The museum features thousands of art pieces sourced globally. The impressive collection counts the museum’s pieces as “centuries-old.” But there are contemporary art collections as well. Renowned artists include Picasso and Monet.

 

Real Estate at Jupiter

 

Living costs are more affordable in Jupiter than in Miami, especially with housing. There are various home options. Their houses are most often more spacious. So, residents are up for a comfortable lifestyle vs. other cities. In Jupiter, there are rarely the high costs per square foot of space you think of within the larger cities.

 

The presence of parks, beaches, and natural landscapes can limit real estate development. But these destinations are well-maintained, too. Yet, Jupiter features a bevy of attractive waterfront homes. This neighborhood also has a variety of condos, townhomes, and single-family homes. Most areas have lower prices compared to these homes. Premier country club communities like the Jonathans Landing and Admirals Cove also exist. They have beautiful homes and excellent recreational facilities and amenities. Residents can enjoy playing golf on a championship course. Robert von Hagge designed this golf course with 18 holes. They like using the fancy clubhouse by the water and sometimes leave their yachts at the marina. This is the life!

 

For seniors and families, there are self-contained communities like Abacoa. Families and seniors can bond and enjoy the central location. There are nearby local amenities and shopping. So, it is a popular choice.

 

If you want an oceanfront property, many beachfront condos have Atlantic views. They also feature riverfront-waterfront homes along the Loxahatchee and Intracoastal Waterway. These homes come with private docking facilities as well.

 

We can help you find that perfect dream home at Jupiter. At BrokerOne, we will assist you in every way.

Jupiter Units For Sale

Status Bedrooms
Address Price DOM Beds Baths SQFT $/SQFT
18480 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $169,000 4 1 1 903 $187
18081 SE Country Club Dr # 248, Jupiter FL 33469 $175,000 244 1 1 816 $214
18360 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $179,000 33 2 2 1,251 $143
18081 Country Club, Jupiter, FL 33469 $195,000 7 2 1 910 $214
9109 SE Riverfront Ter # B, Jupiter FL 33469 $210,000 37 1 1 1,000 $210
18380 SE Wood Haven Ln, Jupiter FL 33469 $211,000 19 2 2 1,230 $172
18400 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $219,000 167 2 2 1,230 $178
18081 Country Club, Jupiter, FL 33469 $225,000 71 2 2 891 $253
150 Pineview, Jupiter, FL 33469 $235,000 114 1 1 864 $272
18580 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $235,000 24 2 2 1,230 $191
18379 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $238,000 173 2 2 1,251 $190
18081 Country Club, Jupiter, FL 33469 $239,000 132 2 2 891 $268
4850 Chancellor, Jupiter, FL 33458 $250,000 4 1 1 596 $419
18081 Country Club, Jupiter, FL 33469 $250,000 138 2 2 891 $281
18460 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $269,000 21 1 1 903 $298
1203 Town Center, Jupiter, FL 33458 $270,000 47 1 1 719 $376
9149 Riverfront, Jupiter, FL 33469 $275,000 46 2 2 1,251 $220
18449 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $279,480 209 2 2 1,251 $223
6327 Chasewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $280,000 131 2 2 980 $286
150 Pineview, Jupiter, FL 33469 $280,000 55 2 2 1,100 $255
1203 Town Center, Jupiter, FL 33458 $283,000 250 1 1 719 $394
150 Pineview, Jupiter, FL 33469 $285,000 28 2 2 1,100 $259
6572 Chasewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $290,000 32 2 2 1,025 $283
18600 SE Wood Haven Ln # D, Jupiter FL 33469 $290,000 66 3 3 1,625 $178
1155 Main, Jupiter, FL 33458 $295,000 13 1 1 719 $410
6527 Chasewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $295,900 139 2 2 1,025 $289
9130 Riverfront, Jupiter, FL 33469 $298,900 42 1 1 903 $331
18419 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $298,999 32 2 2 1,230 $243
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $299,000 60 1 1 704 $425
18350 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $299,900 124 2 2 1,230 $244
6503 Chasewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $299,900 27 2 2 1,025 $293
402 Lakewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $300,000 119 2 2 1,284 $234
9239 Riverfront, Jupiter, FL 33469 $300,000 132 2 2 1,230 $244
122 Sherwood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $301,000 74 2 2 1,284 $234
18380 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $309,000 68 2 2 1,230 $251
116 Sherwood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $314,000 61 2 2 1,284 $245
18081 Country Club, Jupiter, FL 33469 $315,000 43 2 2 945 $333
602 Wingfoot, Jupiter, FL 33458 $320,000 249 2 2 1,244 $257
901 Pinecrest, Jupiter, FL 33458 $325,000 76 2 2 1,178 $276
1200 Town Center, Jupiter, FL 33458 $325,000 56 2 1 968 $336
910 Seneca, Jupiter, FL 33458 $325,000 4 2 1 1,055 $308
301 Muirfield, Jupiter, FL 33458 $325,000 79 2 2 1,160 $280
1132 Keystone, Jupiter, FL 33458 $329,500 82 2 2 1,178 $280
258 Palmetto, Jupiter, FL 33458 $330,000 41 1 1 671 $492
2052 Keystone, Jupiter, FL 33458 $330,000 11 2 2 1,178 $280
1201 Pinecrest, Jupiter, FL 33458 $335,000 136 2 2 1,178 $284
502 Lakewood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $339,000 41 3 2 1,435 $236
18430 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $339,890 249 3 2 1,625 $209
353 Maplecrest, Jupiter, FL 33458 $340,000 33 3 2 1,030 $330
326 Jupiter Lakes, Jupiter, FL 33458 $345,000 120 2 2 1,344 $257
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $345,000 32 1 1 740 $466
6375 Riverwalk, Jupiter, FL 33458 $349,000 35 2 2 1,159 $301
4784 Central, Jupiter, FL 33458 $350,000 142 2 2 905 $387
313 Maplecrest, Jupiter, FL 33458 $350,000 30 2 2 1,022 $342
1100 E Indiantown Rd # 110, Jupiter FL 33477 $350,000 New! 2 2 934 $375
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $354,999 30 1 1 740 $480
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $359,000 17 1 1 704 $510
326 Jupiter Lakes, Jupiter, FL 33458 $359,900 463 2 2 1,344 $268
1101 Keystone, Jupiter, FL 33458 $364,900 7 2 2 1,178 $310
128 Sherwood, Jupiter, FL 33458 $368,000 82 3 2 1,314 $280
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $369,900 54 1 1 740 $500
1132 Keystone, Jupiter, FL 33458 $374,880 81 2 2 1,178 $318
4775 Chancellor, Jupiter, FL 33458 $374,900 24 2 2 905 $414
6158 Riverwalk, Jupiter, FL 33458 $374,900 46 2 2 1,176 $319
9160 Riverfront, Jupiter, FL 33469 $378,900 106 2 2 1,230 $308
18370 Wood Haven, Jupiter, FL 33469 $380,000 37 2 2 1,251 $304
181 Moccasin, Jupiter, FL 33458 $385,000 39 2 2 1,188 $324
9199 SE Riverfront Ter # I, Jupiter FL 33469 $387,500 116 3 2 1,625 $238
245 Murcia, Jupiter, FL 33458 $389,000 113 2 2 1,344 $289
1209 Main, Jupiter, FL 33458 $389,900 90 2 2 1,131 $345
1605 Us Highway 1, Jupiter, FL 33477 $389,900 29 1 1 860 $453
1203 Town Center, Jupiter, FL 33458 $390,000 55 2 2 1,131 $345
326 Jupiter Lakes, Jupiter, FL 33458 $395,000 7 2 2 1,344 $294
300 Highway A1a, Jupiter, FL 33477 $399,000 3 2 2 1,240 $322
1100 Indiantown, Jupiter, FL 33477 $399,000 26 2 2 1,052 $379

Jupiter Real Estate Market Trends

Average List Price
The average list price of homes in Jupiter, was $2,076,532 in May 2024, compared to $1,973,523 in May 2023.

Location

Jupiter, FL, USA

Jupiter Frequently Asked Questions

  • The Jupiter neighborhood is located in the South Florida area.

  • The Jupiter neighborhood belongs to the following categories: Family Friendly, Resort, Green.

  • Currently, there are 717 homes for sale in the Jupiter neighborhood.

  • Currently, there are 605 homes for rent in the Jupiter neighborhood.

  • 14595 homes have been sold in the Jupiter neighborhood in the last 12 months.

  • The square footage of homes in the Jupiter neighborhood is from 596 to 22400 sq.ft.