Palm Beach County Homes With An Intracoastal View
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Introduction to Palm Beach County Homes With an Intracoastal View
If year-round sunshine, lush palm trees, and white sandy beaches top Florida’s list of defining characteristics, all the various waterways found throughout the state’s rich tropical landscape surely aren’t far behind. From rivers and canals to the ocean and Intracoastal, water is just as much part of Florida as the world-renowned beaches millions of visitors flock to each and every year. From a real estate standpoint, a home on the oceanfront is widely considered to be cream of the crop. But if you’re a prospective home buyer and a home on the oceanfront is a bit out of reach, living along an Intracoastal Waterway isn’t a bad consolation prize, especially here in Palm Beach County.
What is An Intracoastal Waterway?
As the name might suggest, an intracoastal waterway is a network of navigable rivers, channels, bays, natural inlets, and even man-made canals that all connect and flow into an open body of water without many obstructions or hazards along the way. In Florida, and Palm Beach County specifically, buying a home along the Intracoastal Waterway is popular among boat and yacht owners thanks to so many residences on the Intracoastal having private docks, and also because of the Intracoastal Waterway’s direct connection to the Atlantic Ocean, which of course is ideal for boating and sailing.
Buying a Palm Beach County Home With an Intracoastal View
As alluded to above, many Palm Beach County homes along the Intracoastal are boat-friendly, which to many home buyers is what matters most. But along with having your own private boat dock, pier, or boat lift, you’ll also enjoy the benefit of having wonderful water views from your home or backyard, even if you’re not a boat owner. As a result, prospective home buyers should expect to pay a premium for Palm Beach County homes or condos with an Intracoastal View, and especially if a property lies directly on the waterfront and does provide those coveted boating features and amenities.
Palm Beach County Neighborhoods With Intracoastal Views
Because living along the Intracoastal Waterway fundamentally means living along the waterfront, most Palm Beach County neighborhoods with Intracoastal views are well-established. Rio Del Ray Shores is one of the more premier waterfront neighborhoods along Palm Beach County’s Intracoastal Waterway and is comprised of some of the most spectacular Mediterranean and estate-style homes in town. Tropic Isle is another community you’ll want to consider if Intracoastal views are somewhere near the top of your wish list. Loaded with modern, custom-built estates, look for some of these residences to be among Palm Beach County’s most expensive, however.
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