307 Marlberry Circle, Jupiter FL 


Take a peek at one of our newest listings! This incredible home sits on a gorgeous, oversized lot that backs up to a nature preserve and lake. The current homeowners have lived here for many years and the high-end upgrades they installed prove how much they cared for this home. Between the renovated kitchen and baths with marble countertops, the beautiful dark wood floors, custom moldings, impact glass sliders, and a stunning custom pool and spa, this uniquely beautiful home is waiting for its new owner. 

 The community of NewHaven is ever popular in Abacoa and is as charming as can be. The dollhouse look of the homes combined with gorgeous oak trees that line the winding streets are so welcoming. The…

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In the middle of the night Saturday, an Army of Angels will take off on paddleboards, kayaks and other non-motorized watercrafts, following only a guide boat and the stars. The Crossing for Cystic Fibrosis is a yearly event that challenges those brave enough to take on the 80-mile journey from Bimini, Bahamas to Lake Worth, Florida. This year marks the event's 10-year anniversary, and around 180 paddlers are getting ready to take on the challenge of open ocean paddling across the Atlantic to raise awareness for those with cystic fibrosis.   


Cystic fibrosis, commonly called CF, is a chronic genetic condition that causes the body to produce unusually thick, sticky mucus that clogs the airways and lungs. About 70,000 worldwide…

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Jupiter Florida is known for its tranquil beaches and relaxing atmosphere, but the area holds much more than beauty. Many locals who visit these sites may miss out on the historical stories that go along with a few of the area’s most popular landmarks.  

1.         Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Located just north of Tequesta, Jonathan Dickinson is the largest state park in southeast Florida, measuring over 10 thousand acres! The park offers endless activities for locals and visitors alike, including paved and off-road biking trails, gorgeous equestrian and hiking trails, boating, canoeing, and kayaking along the Loxahatchee River. Less obviously, the site also operates as a historical landmark. Did you know Jonathan Dickinson was actually a…

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