A lifestyle overflowing with class and style, from fine restaurants to elite shopping
An town that takes it slow while taking in all of life’s best
The West Palm Beach brightline station is less than ten minutes away
High price points and luxury homes
The sunshine and weather
A small town located right off the coast of Florida, Palm Beach has a long history of being a haven for winter homes and resorts. Notably hosting residents such as the Vanderbilts, the Kennedys, and the Rockefellers; today it is so much more, offering an exclusive lifestyle year round and endless opportunities for outdoor activities.
Palm Beach is known for a small-town feel and character that is balanced with an immaculate quality of life and luxury at every turn. Residents and tourists will find world-class dining and shopping, on the famous Worth Avenue, also known as the “Rodeo Drive of the East Coast”. This iconic four-block street lined with manicured palm trees is a central focal point of life in Palm Beach and was one of the first areas developed. The South end boasts gorgeous mansions while strict zoning laws on the north end prevent the construction of commercial spaces or condominiums, ensuring a long-lasting residential and calm atmosphere.
The town has a surprisingly small, but active population. Around 9,000 individuals call Palm Beach their home 365 days a year while around 25,000 residents live here seasonally. Residents may find themselves golfing with views of the Atlantic and Intracoastal, partaking in a relaxing spa day at the five-star Ritz Carlton, or enjoying the sun, surf, and sand on three miles of public beaches. Palm beach is surrounded on all sides by deep-blue waterways perfect for boating or beachgoing of all kinds. Whether you prefer sport fishing or yachting, you will find your place in this charming town.
While Palm Beach may be small and quiet, it is conveniently located across the bridge from downtown West Palm Beach which can be accessed by car or boat for a taste of nightlife. West Palm Beach is also home to the Brightline, where residents can skip the traffic and head to Miami or Fort Lauderdale with little hassle and no traffic. For those who want to stay near the water and find an adventure, a pet-friendly 6-mile Lake Trail which runs along the Intracoastal Waterways is at your disposal.
In Palm Beach, inventory is low and price tags are high. Much of Palm Beach is a mix of historical homes and new modern homes with a perfect mixture of historical charm that can be seen while driving throughout town. Many of these architectural gems are meticulously kept up by the Landmark committee. Most of this town is made up of large palatial homes with sprawling lots; some homes cover an entire block. These residences are home to many of the world’s wealthiest, from politicians to entrepreneurs and CEOs. With the goals of privacy and comfort being second-to-none, Palm Beach residences feature incredible water and beach-front views, secluded private beach parcels, and luxurious finishes. The need for privacy is clear within the market, as some homeowners choose to list their properties as [Private Exclusives](https://www.compass.com/private-exclusives/) to protect their most valuable assets.
It isn’t called the sunshine state for nothing. Palm Beach sees an average of 238 days of sunshine per year, while the average monthly temperature stays above 80 degrees. Enjoy your time on the water, at the beach, at the iconic Breakers Hotel, or on the golf course. There is no shortage of outdoor enjoyment here.