Slide 1

Serving South Florida

Slide 2
For over 35 years

Rolling Hills

Rolling Hills in Tequesta, Florida is an intimate community of only 50 luxury single-family homes with 15 homes situated on the banks of the Intracoastal Waterway and overlook Jupiter Island. Rolling Hills is  located just across the street from the famous Jupiter Hills Club, many Rolling Hills residents are members.

Rolling Hills is situated on the border of Martin and Palm Beach County.  The community offers a day dock, picnic gazebo, and a small beach area for swimming or launching kayaks on the Intracoastal Waterway. There are several marinas in the immediate vicinity for residents with non-waterfront lots to utilize.

The Village of Tequesta, located in North Palm Beach County, Florida has a quaint small-town feel where residents and visitors enjoy the ocean, Intracoastal Waterway, many golf courses, shopping centers, beautiful homes and condominiums and best of all, not too many people.   The Loxahatchee River touches much of the area which allows for boating, fishing, jet-skiing, kayaking, and snorkeling. You will find paddle boarders and kayakers launching from various spots along the water. Direct access to the ocean by boat is just minutes away through the Jupiter Inlet which is marked by the historically designated Jupiter Lighthouse.

Amazing restaurants and shopping opportunities are easily accessible on US1. Several charming and casual open air restaurants line the inlet with great views of the lighthouse. The famous Jupiter Maltz Theatre of the Performing Arts is nearby for a variety of shows and performances.  Discover history and art at the Flagler Museum, or world-class entertainment at the Kravis Center of the Performing Arts in downtown West Palm Beach. It’s just a short drive to Palm Beach Island which offers a rich history, world class shopping on Worth Avenue, and incredible fine dining.

View Homes for Sale in Rolling Hills below.  Call Kim Bregman at 561-251-7170 for a private showing.

Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.