Jupiter Country Club – A Jupiter golf club by Toll Brothers. Tennis courts, stadium, gym, family & lap pools. Low club memberships – social or golf. Jupiter Country Club is located close to I-95 and Florida Turnpike. Homes and town houses for sale $450,000’s – $1.2 Million.
A Jupiter development home to the public Abacoa Golf Club, Roger Dean Stadium, Scripps Institute and 20+ subdivisions. The Abacoa Golf Club offers an 18 hole championship public golf course designed by golf architect Joe Lee. It is suitable for all golf player levels and has Pro shop and restaurant on site.
Abacoa Jupiter Florida Subdivisions – Abacoa offers 20+ subdivisions with single family homes, town houses & condos.
Pre-construction homes are still available in some subdivisions.
Allegro, Antigua, Cambridge, Canterbury Place, Charleston Court, Dakota at Abacoa, Greenwich, Island at Abacoa, Mallory Creek, Martinique, New Haven, Osceola Woods, San Palermo, Somerset, Towncenter, Tuscany, Valencia, Village at Abacoa, Vintage at Abacoa and Windsor Park.
– Varies by subdivision. Click link for info.
Abacoa Golf Club Membership – Optional.Individual, family and corporate fees by season. Click link for details.
5 min – Scripps Research Institute, Max Planck, Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and Roger Dean Stadium.
5 min – Juno Beach & Jupiter parks & beaches
10 min – PGA Blvd with The Gardens Mall, Legacy Place, Midtown, Downtown at the Gardens and 100+ restaurants
30 min – City Place, Kravis Center and Palm Beach International Airport (PBI)
Nearby Attractions –
Roger Dean Stadium – A 6,800 seat baseball stadium. Home of the Florida Marlins, Jupiter Hammerheads, Palm Beach Cardinals, Gulf Coast Marlins & Gulf Coast Cardinals. Spring training ground for St Louis Cardinals.
Loggerhead Marinelife Center – Hospital for injured sea turtles, educational facility and now offering dive classes to see turtles in the wild.
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum – An 1860’s lighthouse managed by the Loxahatchee River Historical Society. Climb 105 steps to the top of the 156 ft lighthouse.