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Jupiter FL

Jupiter zip codes:  33458, 33468, 33469, 33477, 33478

Jupiter Florida is a major relocation destination with a unique history. It is blessed with the Atlantic Ocean beaches, Intracoastal Waterways, very good schools and a small-town atmosphere---everything a homebuyer wants.  

The secret's out about  Jupiter FL. Jupiter is the second hottest relocation destination in the country*. Jupiter is among the top 10 Florida communities for families with children.** Scripps Research Institute and Max Planck Florida Institute have their Florida homes in Jupiter at the campus of Florida Atlantic University in Abacoa. The Jupiter FL real estate market changes rapidly; the tools on this site will help you keep on top of it. Want information on choosing the "right" property, on buying a home, making an offer, negotiating, financing, mortgage rates, moving, and everything involved in making an informed real estate decision in today´s market? First time home buyer, 10th time buyer or experienced investor - you'll find useful information here.  Make this your source for Jupiter FL real estate, Palm Beach Gardens FL, and Abacoa homes for sale.

Unique Homes in its December 2006-January 2007 issue proclaimed Jupiter, FL as one of the top luxury real estate markets (#9) in the entire country to watch. No other Florida communities were in the top 10 during that time!

Jupiter epitomizes the high quality of live enjoyed by people living in Northern Palm Beach County Florida.  As a matter of fact, Coastal Living Magazine ranked Jupiter in the top 10 happiest seaside towns in 2012!


The Jupiter area boasts a rich, colorful history. Earliest records date back to 1565, when the Spanish first came to this part of Florida. The explorers found the native Jobe tribe living along the banks of the inlet and the river. They called the tribe the "Jove" which English-speaking colonists thought was the Latin name for the god Jupiter. 

Jutting further into the Atlantic Ocean than any other area along Florida's east coast, Jupiter has been a port of call for sailors, settlers, and tourists for many centuries.  Before the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse began sending lights of warning to those sailing the Atlantic in 1860, Spanish explorers, Black and Seminole inhabitants, and early American pioneers started their own histories there, contributing to the history-awareness and pride of Jupiter residents today. 

The Jupiter area first came to wide spread public attention when Jonathan Dickinson was shipwrecked on the shores of Jupiter. Dickinson was a Quaker merchant, who was shipwrecked on the southeast coast 1696, along with his family and the other passengers and crew members. The party was held captive by the Ais tribe for several days, and then allowed to travel by small boat and on foot the 230 miles up the coast to Saint Augustine. The ordeal was written into a popular book by Dickinson. Jonathan Dickinson State Park, named after this early visitor to Jupiter, was opened in 1950.

In 1860, Jupiter's most identifiable landmark, the Jupiter Lighthouse, was built. This now red-painted lighthouse continues to be in use.  

*This finding is based on 2004 statistics of broker-to-broker referrals sent through the Reliance Relocation Services, Inc. (RELO®) network of brokers which handled over 50,000 relocations from city to city in 2004.   **The criteria used included quality public schools, safety from crime, a high proportion of families with children in the community, many adults with college degrees or advanced degrees, many families who own their homes and homes that are predominantly single-family residences, regardless of the setting being urban, suburban or rural. These rankings were determined by  Dr. Andrew Schiller, a specialist in American demographics and creator of the NeighborhoodScout and were based upon analyzing various governmental data.

In summary, Jupiter is a quiet oceanfront community on Florida´s Southeast Coast on the Atlantic Ocean.  It offers a small-town atmosphere and high quality of life making it a major relocation destination. It is bound on the east by the Atlantic Ocean with its beautiful beaches that are easily accessible by the public.  Jupiter also has miles and miles of waterways running throughout the town, principally the Intracoastal Waterway ansd Loxahatchee River. Located at the northern end of Palm Beach County,  Jupiter is only 20 minutes from Palm Beach International Airport. Jupiter is served by two Interstate 95 exits and a Florida's Turnpike exit which makes it a convenient destination for motorists.