Palm Beach

Sun-splashed paradise offering an exclusive lifestyle


Welcome to Palm Beach, FL

Posh resorts, fine white sandy beaches, and magnificent mansions have made Palm Beach a year-round destination for all who appreciate the finer things in life. Small and quiet, the town balances an exclusive lifestyle with the prestige of a coastal community offering residents countless opportunities for outdoor adventures. Famous guests have chosen Palm Beach over the years—from politicians to CEOS and star athletes, all looking for an idyllic escape to Florida’s own slice of paradise. With an average of 238 days of sunshine, residents live to the fullest on the area’s fine beaches, cruising along the Intracoastal Waterways and dining outdoors at some of the world’s best restaurants. The town brims with Gilded Age architecture, flaunting a mix of historic homes and new builds with sprawling lots, lavish finishes, and incredible beachfront views. It's no wonder why Palm Beach real estate is among the most desired in Florida.

Palm Beach Real Estate Market Trends

According to a real estate market report from April 2022:
  • The Median Sale Price for a Palm Beach home was $1,625,000, down 7.1% from the previous year.
  • The Median Days on Market was 32 days compared to 101 days in the previous year!
  • # of Homes Sold was 50, down from 113 in the previous year.

Palm Beach Homes and Architecture

Palm Beach, renowned for its opulent homes and distinctive architecture, showcases an array of styles that exude luxury and timeless elegance. The architecture of Palm Beach residences encompasses a diverse range, from Mediterranean and Spanish Revival to British Colonial and sleek, modern designs. Many homes in this exclusive area boast meticulous attention to detail, featuring grand facades, lush landscaping, and expansive estates that often include elements like terracotta roofs, intricate ironwork, and luxurious amenities. The iconic Worth Avenue area, often referred to as the Rodeo Drive of the East Coast, offers a glimpse into the architectural opulence, with palatial mansions and charming estates lining the streets, each exuding its unique charm and sophistication.
Palm Beach's architecture not only showcases grandeur but also pays homage to the area's historical and tropical influences. The Mediterranean Revival style, popular in the 1920s, features stucco walls, red-tiled roofs, and ornate detailing, reflecting the region's connection to the Mediterranean coast. British Colonial designs, characterized by white columns and expansive verandas, celebrate the area's subtropical climate, encouraging open and airy living spaces that seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor living. The architectural diversity of Palm Beach homes, whether historic or contemporary, embodies a sophisticated blend of styles that harmonize with the coastal landscape, offering residents a sense of luxury and comfort unique to this prestigious area.

What to Love

  • Palm Beach International Airport 
  • Golf capital of Florida
  • Pristine white-sand beaches
  • Great schools and top-notch healthcare

Local Lifestyle

Palm Beach offers an enviable quality of life in a community known for its relaxed, residential atmosphere. World-class dining and shopping abound on the popular Worth Avenue, and residents get their daily dose of activities across different venues in town. Enjoy the warm sun on your face as you stroll the fine sandy shores of its three-mile-long public beaches, stare out at the crystal clear Atlantic waters as you prepare for a round of golf with friends, or bask in the grandeur and beauty of luxury properties in Palm Beach's more posh neighborhoods.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

With sprawling commercial centers like The Garden Mall and Palm Beach Outlets, Palm Beach is the quintessential shoppers’ paradise. Both visitors and long-time residents can stay up to trends with the endless designer options and upscale specialty shops.

Wander down the stretch of charming shops on Antique Row, displaying 17th-to-20th century merchandise that ranges from home furnishings to period decor, original paintings, and postcards. There’s a lot of savory delights to be had on this side of town, too—where award-winning restaurants like Rhythm Cafe plus Lynora’s Kitchen are nestled alongside unique antique stores and art galleries.
Go in for Parisian-style servings in the upscale Pistache French Bistro, serving classic French fare with a Mediterranean flair. Their menu includes plates of duck confit, quiche lorraine, and desserts paired with wine. For top-quality meats smothered in sauces or juicy cuts served with crisp salads and sandwiches, Flagler Steakhouse should come to mind. And if you seek a perfect taste of Florida’s freshest ingredients with touches of Latin American cuisine, you’ve got no better place than The Restaurant at the Four Seasons.

Things to Do in Palm Beach

Palm Beach is full of exciting adventures for families and couples, retirees and singles. Create memories with a drive through Lion Country Safari, waving to the gentle rhinos and making videos of roaring lions. At Rapids Water Park, a lot of thrill awaits on the water slides and big thunder ride, a quarter-mile lazy river, and a wave pool.
It’s unfair to be in Florida’s Golf Capital without experiencing the tranquil fun of playing on one of Palm Beach’s exceptional golf courses. Perhaps, with a start at Florida’s oldest 18-hole course–The Breakers Ocean Course, with its lush fairways, blue ponds, and towering palm trees. Instagrammable spots abound in Palm Beach, and one of these is the Flagler Museum set into a picturesque Mediterranean mansion glorious in its semblance to a magnificent European palace and wreathed on the outside with manicured hedges and tall palm trees.

Palm Beach Schools

The School District of Palm Beach County is the fifth-largest public school district in Florida, and home to high-rated schools renowned for their exemplary programs, educating and inspiring students to become the most successful versions of themselves. Top educational opportunities include:



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Overview for Palm Beach, FL

9,175 people live in Palm Beach, where the median age is 70.6 and the average individual income is $194,944. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Palm Beach, FL

Palm Beach has 5,359 households, with an average household size of 1.71. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Palm Beach do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 9,175 people call Palm Beach home. The population density is 2,413.81 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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