Highland Beach, FL
Highland Beach, found in the southeastern section of Palm Beach County in Florida, is an oceanfront town that gives its residents direct access to the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway.
With the entire town totaling just 1.1 square miles – more than half of which is water and embodies small town appeal. This, combined with the town’s entrancingly beautiful natural environment, world-class amenities, and exquisitely designed homes, make Highland Beach an ideal community for those who dream of living close to nature without sacrificing the finer things in life.
- Centuries before it was incorporated, the area where the town stands was home to the Calusa peoples, a Native American tribe that inhabited different sections of southern Florida.
- Much later, around the 1500s, became popular stomping grounds for pirates who used it as shelter from bad weather and the law.
- Bordered by Delray Beach on the north and Boca Raton on the south, is so small that there are no traffic lights anywhere.
- For eight months a year beginning in March, endangered sea turtles build nests and lay their eggs in the sands
Highland Beach is known for its many waterfront residential real estate properties. Whether you’re in the market for a gorgeous Mediterranean or British West Indies-inspired estate home in an exclusive community, or a luxury condominium with access to world-class amenities, you’re bound to find the perfect home in Highland Beach, Florida!
From Highland Beach it is a convenient drive to Delray Beach the bustling nightlife and shopping of Atlantic Avenue or Mizner Park and Royal Palm Plaza, Boca Raton Town Center Mall. Highland Beach is situated roughly 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale or West Palm Beach public airports and Boca Raton private airport.
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