The Shores Of Jupiter
Waterfront homes in The Shores of Jupiter
The Shores of Jupiter – A wonderful place to call home
The Shores of Jupiter is a 395 acre residential community just a half mile north of Indiantown Road. The ungated entrance on Central Boulevard leads to Longshore Drive, a scenic road which meanders through grassy areas, mature trees, and lakes.
A total of 136 acres of lakes in The Shores of Jupiter inspire activities such as kayaking, canoeing and fishing. And on any given day neighbors can be seen biking, jogging, and walking their dogs. Nestled within the well manicured grounds is a playground with pine tree trails and a community park with wide open space for children to play and dogs to run. The Shores of Jupiter is zoned for A-rated school – Limestone Creek Elementary School, Jupiter Middle School, and Jupiter High School. You will also find benches by the lakes where you can relax and take in the scenic views. Florida native wildlife thrives in the Shores as natural habitats have been preserved and maintained.
Various builders were involved in the development of The Shores of Jupiter, building a variety homes and contributing to the unique architecture. The homes are either CBS, wood frame construction or a combination of both and many have been updated. They range in size from approximately 1,800 to 3,300 sq. ft. with 3 to 5 bedrooms. Most of the homes in The Shores of Jupiter were built in the late 1980s – early 1990s. Homeowner Association fees are low and with no clubhouse or community pool, gate, or cable subscription they are likely to remain that way.
There are 6 luxury gated sister communities in the The Shores. They are Cypress Cove, Hidden Lake, Loxahatchee Estates, Northfork, Shorewood Estates and the Preserve at Jupiter. The homes in these neighborhoods range in size from approximately 2,500 sq. ft up to 3,500 sq. ft.
The Shores Of Jupiter is located close to I-95 and the Turnpike and just minutes away from some of Jupiter's best beaches, the luxurious Gardens mall, Roger Dean Stadium, Palm Beach International Airport, and City Place and the Kravis Center.