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Get to know Jupiter Inlet Colony

Jupiter Inlet Colony is basically a subdivision — and it’s basically the world’s best-located subdivision. It sits at the southern tip of an island between the Atlantic and the Intracoastal, jutting into one of the planet’s most stunning waterways. The community is quiet and beautiful, and even the residents whose stately homes aren’t directly on the water have a very aquacentric lifestyle — it’s hemmed in by a beach club to the south and a yacht club to the north. Jupiter Inlet Colony is close to nature preserves, fancy restaurants, and luxury shopping areas, but in that slightly inconvenient way that also serves to keep tourists from clogging up the beaches. It’s one of those places where people who like to be left alone tend to gather.
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Living in The Palm Beaches

When the Spanish brigantine “Providencia” ran aground in 1878 with a cargo of 20,000 coconuts, early settlers planted most of them in the sand, sprouting the spindly non-native trees that would come to define South Florida’s preeminent paradise playground. From a singular, namesake enclave on Lake Worth Lagoon grew a cluster of mainland and barrier island communities that would come to collectively be known as The Palm Beaches. What was once predominantly a winter haven for Northeast magnates and moguls is today a thriving metropolitan region, welcoming residents and sojourners alike with world-class culture, a thriving economy, and the quintessential climate to maximize your time outdoors. Whether deep sea fishing off Jupiter Inlet, hitting the links off PGA Boulevard, or mounting on horseback in Wellington, there’s little one can’t enjoy year-round.

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