Stephan, Home Buyer in San Francisco, CA

Can you describe how North Palm Beach looks and feels for a person that has never lived here?

Asked by Stephan, San Francisco, CA Mon Apr 23, 2007

Do residents maintain their homes and lawns? Are there dramatic differences between different neighborhoods or zip codes? Is there a dominant architecture throughout the city?

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North Palm Beach is one of the best cities to live in Palm Beach County. The code enforcement is present and keep residents responsible for upkeep of their lawns. It is a old Florida type city with most of the houses being concrete block construction ranch style homes. However, many of the homes have been upgraded and renovated due to the proximity to the Intracoastal waterways and canals. It is a laid back, clean, and safe place to live. I have lived here my whole life and feel I should know.
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The Village of North Palm Beach is located on the sunny east coast of Florida, 9 miles north of West Palm Beach in Palm Beach County. The Village is a residential community with a population of 12,582 people. With such assets as warm weather, sunshine, golf, ocean fishing, boating, sandy beaches and balmy breezes. The Village has much to offer enthusiastic people who are raising families or are looking to retire. There are waterfront properties in beautiful subdivisions luxury subdivisions like Seminole Landing and Harbour Isles on waterfront acreage and their are smaller communities for boaters like Twelve Oaks with its private sheltered marina and Paradise Harbour featuring wonderful intracoastal views to Singer Island. There is the gated waterfront community of Old Port Cove with its yacht club offering over 7 towers in unique waterfront settings. This community takes great pride in its beautiful environment.
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