Prospect Park is a historic neighborhood in West Palm Beach, Florida and is listed on the U.S. National Registry of Historic Places. Established in 1920, many of the homes in Prospect Park were built between 1922 and 1945. Prospect Park is located just south of downtown West Palm Beach and sits east of Dixie Highway, located within walking distance to beautiful Flagler Drive. The homes in this historic neighborhood are known for their large yards, Mediterranean architecture, and 1920’s charm.
Prospect Park, a centrally located park with a fountain and large fields of grass for reading, relaxing, or playing with the dog. As it is just minutes away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, the areas residents enjoy the proximity to nightlife of CityPlace as well as the dining experiences the area affords. It is also situated within minutes from Palm Beach Island, making trips to the beach or nearby Worth Avenue effortless.
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.
View Homes for Sale in Prospect Park below. Call Kim Bregman at 561-251-7170 for a private showing.