Jupiter ROCKS!

For all of those reading my blog I wanted to take this time to introduce you to Jupiter. Growing up in Iowa I have been somewhat nomadic spending my entire life either building and/or selling real property with stints in the Scottsdale area of Arizona and the Denver market. Having landed in Florida almost 7 years ago I have traveled the state from Jacksonville to Key West on the east coast and Naples to the Panhandle on the west coast and have found PARADISE here in the Jupiter area.

Jupiter enjoys a fantastic seaside location in the northernmost tip of Palm Beach County and has all of the benefits of the perfect southern Florida lifestyle without the traffic and other headaches associated with many of our neighboring communities. The 2000 census had our total population listed as 39,328 but we have grown significantly since then. As with many parts of Florida, water is the main calling card and our beaches are truly the finest you will find anywhere. Easy access, complimentary on street parking, dog friendly and unspoiled; here you will not find the residential and commercial development typical of the shores in other areas.

During the “season” our population swells as we welcome our northern friends affectionately called “snowbirds” who drop in every year to enjoy the charms of our area. Many, after spending seasonal time here, end up becoming year round residents as after experiencing the magical lifestyle upon their trek north realize that there truly is no better place to call “home”. It is the same magic that draws numerous well known residents who have homes in Jupiter and the surroundings areas; Tiger Woods, Jack Hanna, Celine Dion, Michael Jordan, Ernie Els, Bryant Gumbel, Burt Reynolds, Joe Namath and the list goes on.

Our employment picture is bright indeed with the recent opening of The Scripps Research Institute with the Max Planck Institute following on their heels. These research facilities and the ancillary businesses they will attract secure a bright future for the Jupiter area. Throw in the honors campus of Florida Atlantic University and Roger Dean Stadium (spring training home of the St. Louis Cardinals and Florida Marlins) in close proximity to these facilities and you have a great picture of the thriving Abacoa development, the “heart” of Jupiter, featuring a 2,200 acre planned unit development with it’s own downtown area.

As with many areas, golf is a prime drawing card and the Jupiter area is home to some of the most spectacular courses, both private and public to be found anywhere. Add everything up and you have the paradise that has ended my nomadic ways for good. As Jimmy Buffet sings “I have found me a home”!

But don’t take my word for it, please come for a visit and I would be honored to share a cold beverage of your choice at The Square Grouper overlooking the beautiful Jupiter Inlet. After you have soaked up this tremendous location we’ll head over to The Food Shack for their incredible sweet potato encrusted fish and you might just ending up becoming Jupiter’s newest fan! If anyone would like additional information about my home town please watch my blog this week and if I you have specific questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Always at Your Service,

Tom Priester e-PRO
“Results Driven Real Estate”

Keller Williams Realty
561 308-0175
tom@tompriester.com

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About Tom Priester

With a passion for detail and a zeal for extraordinary customer service, Tom Priester has been involved in the construction and sale of residential property for over two decades. Having held both contractors and real estate licenses during that span he utilizes his extensive product knowledge to assist buyers and sellers in meeting their goals with an unsurpassed level of satisfaction. Tom listens carefully to your needs and utilizes the latest technology, market research and business strategies to ensure they are met with complete satisfaction. With a unique mix of instinct, commitment, timing and professionalism he’s committed to deliver on his promises … on time, every time. The areas we serve are among the most spectacular coastal areas in Southern Florida. To live, work and play in Palm Beach and Martin County embodies the essence of Florida coastal living. Incredible beaches, fabulous golf courses, “A” rated schools, tremendous restaurants …… it is truly a remarkable place to call home. If you have any questions, or require assistance of any sort, please feel free to contact us at your earliest convenience. We are here to help in any way that we can. Easy to contact at 561 308-0175 or via e-mail at tom@tompriester.com.
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5 Responses to Jupiter ROCKS!

  1. Cinda Sherrill says:

    I have been looking to move to Fl for 5 years. I have relatives in St Augustine, but wouldn’t mind going a little further south. I love the beach and have 2 jack russell’s, am single and want to meet some fun, professional people! My limit is 190K. I would like a 2 bdrm and maybe a 3 bdrm….2 bath place, that is open and would be condusive to entertaining. I love a yard which can be easily landscaped for outdoor to indoor living. Can u help me? I saw your blog, and decided to ask for your help. Thanks, Cinda Sherrill

  2. Ginger says:

    Hello we are planning to build a new home in the Jupiter Country Club we love the model home there! We have a 10 year old son that loves sports ie soccer and hope to get Jim in The Benjamin School. We currently live downtown Chicago so there’s always a lot going on; dinners, sporting events, get togethers etc. I am a little bit worried that we may get bored in Jupiter, although my husband loves golf and I plan on taking up tennis and golf. Do you feel that most people are friendly there and what do people typically do on the weekends? I love to entertain hence the big house w outdoor kitchen. We are semi- retired so meeting people at work are out, we do have a few friends there though:) I’m writing this when the weather is beautiful here and everyone is out & about, if it were January I probably wouldn’t be writing to you:)

    Thank you!
    Windy-city mom

    • Tom Priester says:

      Ginger,

      I grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa and spent a lot of tim win the Windy City. Back in the day I was in charge of construction of about 800,000 square feet of retail space in Wheaton; Danada Square East, Danada Square West and Rice Lake Square. Chicago is one of my favorite cities and if it just wasn’t for the weather…..

      Anyway, Jupiter Country Club is one option but you might explore others. The location isn’t my favorite and in you price range there are certainly options you may want to consider closer to the water. No doubt our lifestyle is a bit different that the big city but bored is something you should not have a problem with. Jupiter, in my humble opinion, offers the highest quality of life in the state of Florida.

      If I can be of help to you and your family in any way please do not hesitate to contact me.

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