The Grandview Heights Historic District is a U.S. historic district located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The district is bounded by Park Place, Alabama Avenue, M Street, and Lake Avenue. Located in the heart of West Palm Beach, Florida, the Grandview Heights neighborhood is adjacent to many downtown landmarks, including Howard Park, the Norton Museum of Art, CityPlace and the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
Grandview Heights is one of 13 historic districts located in the City of West Palm Beach, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1999. The name Grandview Heights is derived from the neighborhood’s location atop the Atlantic Ridge just south of Okeechobee Boulevard. Residents with two story homes can see the beautiful Atlantic Ocean over the island of Palm Beach from their second floor windows.
Grandview Heights was mainly built in the 1910’s and 1920’s, with many different architecture styles over a century of construction and reconstruction.
As one of the larger and more populous cities in Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach offers a variety of residential real estate choices for almost any preference and budget.
Potential homeowners may select from all sorts of condominiums, town homes and villas, or single-family homes from the different communities in the city. There’s also a wide range of architectural styles available, whether you’re looking for a contemporary, tropical, or more traditionally-styled structure (the latter, especially in the historic districts). Just minutes from the Palm Beach International Airport, City Place and the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, Worth Avenue on the Island of Palm Beach, Jupiter, Singer Island and Wellington.
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