& Surrounding Area
LUCIE COUNTY: Port
St. Lucie // St.
Lucie West // Ft.
COUNTY: Stuart // Palm
Homes For Sale
Looking for homes for sale, vacant land for sale, lots for sale,
condos, investment property?
There many single family homes for sale as
well as beachfront properties and condominiums for sale
in the Stuart, Florida area. In
addition, many luxury gated communities abound.
Sailfish Point and Willoughby are
in the Stuart, Florida area with facilities for the upscale purchaser.
Located on the central Treasure
Coast in Martin
County just a short distance from Palm
City, Florida (2.6
mi), Jensen Beach, Florida (3.0 mi), Hutchinson Island, Florida
(7.4 mi), Port
St Lucie, Florida (9.2 mi), Hobe Sound, Florida (10.1 mi),
Tequesta, Florida (17.0 mi),and Fort
Pierce, Florida (18.0 mi)
This small town has a remarkable amount of St. Lucie
river, Intercoastal, and Ocean shoreline for its size. The ocean
is a few miles east of town, giving visitors lots of recreational
options. Deep-sea charters , fishing excursions, swimming, kayaking,
golf, tennis, and nature trails are just a few of the activities
available in this beautiful area.
historic downtown area offers a delightful assortment of antique
shops, specialty shops and restaurants. A self-guided walking
tour pamphlet is available at assorted downtown locations. The
old courthouse has become the Cultural Center and presents beautiful
art exhibits. The restored Lyric Theater offers wonderful music
performances. The B&B
Flea Market is the largest on the Treasure Coast, where shoppers
can find practically anything. Stuart offers a romantic, relaxing
getaway for everyone - shopping, historical interest or outdoor
fun. This quaint little town has it all.
areas: Palm City, Florida (2.6
Beach, Florida (3.0 mi), Hutchinson
Island, Florida (7.4 mi), Port
St Lucie, Florida (9.2 mi), Hobe
Sound, Florida (10.1 mi), Tequesta,
Florida (17.0 mi), Fort Pierce,
Florida (18.0 mi)
The "Treasure Coast" of Florida is located on the
South Central Atlantic Coast area, near West Palm Beach and Ft.
Pierce. It is considered the northern border of Florida's warmest
thermal belt. Yearly rainfall in this area is 50-55 inches, with
September known to locals as "the rainy month," The
months of June, July, August and October follow, and the period of least
rainfall is December through April. Summers can be humid, but
temperatures rarely exceed 90 degrees. Summer nights are balmy
with onshore breezes. Winters are marvelous - warm, sunny and
relatively dry with cool evenings.The average temperature is
a perfect 74 degrees