Seminole Landing

An ultra-exclusive oceanfront community, Seminole Landing features magnificent mansions, mature oak and banyan trees, tropical vegetation, and private beach access. The homes abut the legendary Seminole Golf Club to the north and the prestigious Lost Tree Village to the south, yielding a tranquil, secluded setting that is only a few miles to vibrant restaurants, specialty shops, and swanky restaurants. Because of its premier location, gated entrance, private beachfront, navigable waterways, and storied ties to Seminole Golf Club, real estate in Seminole Landing is a treasured commodity. From an exterior perspective, these exquisite estates commonly feature more than an acre of prime property, ornate swimming pools, private docks with boat lifts, summer kitchens, lush landscape, and covered lanais. The architecture is a blend of either Mediterranean-inspired and Colonial-influenced styles, with many of the homes showcasing Spanish barrel tile roofs, circular driveways, clerestory windows, decorative columns, and grand front door entrances. The well-appointed interior often includes wood or marble floors, gourmet kitchens, spacious bedrooms, game rooms, media rooms, home offices, high-end fixtures, and smart technology. Prices range from $3.5 million upward of $30 million. Read More

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Situated on 77 acres between U.S. Highway 1 and the Atlantic Ocean, the opulent neighborhood is marked with an unpretentious, easy to overlook sign. As residents pass through the 24-hour manned guard gated, they are greeted with gentle, salt breezes and quiet streets flanked with tall trees, colorful flora, and natural fauna. The history of the Seminole Golf Club exudes an unexplainable mystique, which is widely felt throughout adjoining Seminole Landing as well. Developed by E.F. Hutton in 1929, Seminole is ranked as one of the top 25 golf clubs in the world. Golf icon Donald Ross originally designed the course, which is well known for its firm and fast fairways, greenside bunkers, and required mental preparation. Frustratingly fun on the greenbelt, members and guests are surely able to relax and unwind in the notorious locker rooms, an expansive place that often receives more attention than the course itself. Golf aficionados across the world respect the club’s hallowed grounds as its entertained past kings, presidents, and corporate elite. Today, the club’s membership includes political figures, professional athletes, and business tycoons.

Residents of Seminole Landing appreciate the close proximity to area attractions such as the Jupiter Lighthouse, Jupiter Maltz Theater, Harbourside Place, Gardens Mall, the Benjamin School, and the restaurant corridor along PGA Boulevard, The community is also just a short, 15-minute drive to the Palm Beach International Airport, City Place and the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach, and the island of Palm Beach.

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