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Martin County

Named after John W. Martin, Governor of Florida from 1925 to 1929, Martin County encompasses over 750 square miles from Jensen Beach to the north, down to Jupiter Island to the south. Located within an area known as the Treasure Coast, whose name refers to the Spanish Treasure Fleet lost in a 1715 hurricane, Martin County boasts some of the most affluent neighborhoods and estates within them while also offering family friendly subdivisions with more affordable, quality homes.

The Treasure Coast offers more than just sun and surf on miles of pristine beaches. Here you will find dozens of golf courses, quality shopping opportunities, fine cuisine and family owned cafes throughout the tree-lined streets of this laid-back, authentic Florida atmosphere.

Martin County offers exceptional schools to its local residents, both public and private, including the renowned college preparatory Pine School in Hobe Sound. Martin County is consistently an A”-rated district by the Florida Department of Education and has always ranked amongst the highest academic performing school districts in Florida’s 67 counties.

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Palm Beach County

Communities of the Palm Beaches range from cities bursting with vibrant nightlife and prime shopping, to natural areas meant for hiking, biking, birding, and hitting the beach. There are quaint villages rich in history, elegant resort areas boasting golf and spas, and charming neighborhoods perfect for families of any size. With a total area of 2,383 square miles, Palm Beach County is the second largest county in Florida by land area.

The area had been increasing in population since the late 19th century, with the incorporation of West Palm Beach in 1894 and after Henry Flagler extended the Florida East Coast Railway and built the Royal Poinciana Hotel, The Breakers, and Whitehall. Today, Palm Beach County is home to nearly 1.5 million residents.

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St. Lucie County

In 1958, General Development Corporation, a subsidiary of Mackle Brothers, bought tens of thousands of acres of land along the St. Lucie River in the southern part of the county in order to build a new community. Population and building booms in the late 20th century led to the formation of other areas west and south of Port St. Lucie including St. Lucie West and the new master planned community of Tradition. In 2015, St. Lucie County celebrated its 110th birthday.

Between 2000 and 2010, St. Lucie was one of the fastest growing counties in the U.S. With a total population increase of more than 80,000 during that time frame, and a total area of 688 square miles, the demographics and labor force continue to diversify into a more knowledge-based economy.

The Treasure Coast offers more than just sun and surf on miles of pristine beaches. Here you will find dozens of golf courses, quality shopping opportunities, fine cuisine and family owned cafes throughout the tree-lined streets of this laid-back, authentic Florida atmosphere.

Come Discover what St. Lucie County has to offer you and your family today.


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