The beautiful live, work, and play community of Port St. Lucie, Florida, is the third-largest city in southern Florida, and the eighth-largest in the state overall. Home to more than 189,300 residents, Port St. Lucie is comprised of 120 square miles on the east coast of St. Lucie County. You will find this remarkable city poised halfway between Orlando and Miami, roughly fifty miles north of West Palm Beach. In addition to its undeniable abundance of natural beauty, the area boasts a fabulous climate with average temperatures that range from sixty-four degrees Fahrenheit in February to eighty-two degrees Fahrenheit in August. This spectacular weather affords seemingly endless opportunities to enjoy Port St. Lucie’s golf courses, top-rated parks, the St. Lucie River, and many more outdoor destinations.
Additional advantages to living in Port St. Lucie include an abundance of open space, a diverse population, and an equally diverse real estate market. In recent years it was recognized as having the nation’s highest homeownership rate, which is over seventy-five percent. Within the city, there are new mixed-use communities, as well as traditional suburban neighborhoods. Many Port St. Lucie homes are within walking distance of shopping and dining opportunities, and when completed, Downtown Port St. Lucie will provide additional options. Neighborhoods in Port St. Lucie include the Bayshore Business District which encompasses locally owned and operated shops, the residential neighborhood of Bayshore Heights, and the residential area of Becker Ridge. Canal Pointe is a family-friendly neighborhood, as are Cashmere Cove, which encompasses the ten-acre Turtle Run Park, and Crane Landing which is located in the South Becker area.
Additional Port St. Lucie neighborhoods and subdivisions include the limited-access community of Fairgreen Crossings, the Floresta Gardens community which encompasses Kiwanis Park and the City of Port St. Lucie Community Center and the quiet community of Floresta Pointe. Gatlin Pines boasts a convenient location, as does Hidden Oaks which sits on the twenty-one-mile diversion canal. Lyngate encompasses Lyngate Park and Dog Park, as well as the Morningside neighborhood. Additional noteworthy communities in Port St. Lucie include Newport Isles, Northport Village, Oak Hammock, Paar Estates, Palm Trails, Riverview, Rosser Reserve, Sandhill Crossing, Sandpiper Bay, Sawgrass Lakes, Southbend Lakes, St. Lucie North, St. Lucie West, Swan Park, Torino, the master-planned community of Tradition, Tulip Park, Whispering Pine, and Woodland Trails. Each of these neighborhoods offers beautiful Port St. Lucie real estate opportunities. Homes for sale in Port St. Lucie include everything from townhomes and condos to single-family homes and luxury estates. If you would like to learn more about available properties in Port St. Lucie, Florida, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.