Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale and Lifestyle

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale and Lifestyle

Welcome to Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale and lifestyle! Established in 1909, after being split from Dade County, Palm Beach County houses approximately 1,422,790 people, making it the third most populated county in Florida. West Palm Beach is the largest city in Palm Beach County and is also the county seat. Encompassing more than 2,000 square miles, the Atlantic Ocean touches the eastern half of Palm Beach County with 47 miles of beautiful coastal and beach areas from north to south.

The County reaches from the beaches all the way to the shores of Lake Okeechobee, the second largest freshwater lake in the U.S. On average, residents of Palm Beach County enjoy 234 sunny days per year with July highs around 89 degrees and January lows around 56 degrees. Palm Beach County is one of 3 counties in South Florida, which make up the Miami Metropolitan Area, which also includes Miami-Dade and Broward counties. 

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale 100,000 - $250,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $251,000 - $500,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $501,000 - $750,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $751,000 - $1,000,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $1,000,001 and Up

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Palm Beach County is comprised of 39 towns and cities, which include Atlantis, Belle Glade, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Briny Breezes, Cloud Lake, Delray Beach, Glen Ridge, Golf, Greenacres, Gulf Stream, Haverhill, Highland Beach, Hypoluxo, Juno Beach , Jupiter, Tequesta, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Lake Clarke Shores, Lake Park, Lake Worth, Lantana, Loxahatchee Groves, Manalapan, Mangonia Park, North Palm Beach, Ocean Ridge, Pahokee, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Shores, Palm Springs, Riviera Beach, Royal Palm Beach, South Bay , South Palm Beach, Wellington, Westlake, and West Palm Beach.  

Palm Beach County FL Real Estate Options

Palm Beach County offers a wide spectrum of residential options including affordable and luxury condos/townhomes and single-family homes; homes in established neighborhoods; new construction homes; water-front homes; homes in private gated communities, golf course communities, airpark communities, 55+ active-adult communities; and more.  The median home value in the county is $236,100, and the median age of Palm Beach County FL real estate is 28 years. Renters make up approximately 23.63% of the total population.

Schools & Education

The School District of Palm Beach County is the eleventh largest in the nation and the fifth largest in the State of Florida with 185 schools, serving more than 194,300 students who speak 154 languages and dialects. As the largest employer in Palm Beach County, the school district has 22,051 employees, including more than 12,729 teachers.Private schools in the county include American Heritage School, Cardinal Newman High School, Jupiter Christian School, The King's Academy, The Benjamin School, Oxbridge Academy, Pope John Paul II High School, St Andrew's School and Weinbaum Yeshiva High School. Colleges and universities located in Palm Beach County include Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University, Nova Southeastern University, Palm Beach Atlantic University, Palm Beach State College, and Keiser University.

Economic Overview

Palm Beach County has a vibrant and thriving economy and is one of the nation's wealthiest counties, with per capita personal income levels nearly 50% higher than state and national averages. With no personal income tax, Floridians are among those that have the highest income, after state and local taxes, in the U.S. With a workforce of nearly 500,000 and more than 40,000 businesses serving hundreds of industries, Palm Beach County is home to Fortune 500 multinational corporations, companies with national reputations, and firms with a local focus. Palm Beach County's primary industry clusters include healthcare; hospitality; marine; aviation, aerospace and engineering; information technology; agriculture; and manufacturing.

Palm Beach County is home to several major company headquarters including The ADT Corporation, Office Depot, TBC Corporation, G4S Secure Solutions, BIOMET 3i, Campus Management Corp., Cross Match Technologies, The GEO Group, NextEra Energy, Bluegreen Vacations and Florida Crystals. A significant number of aerospace facilities are also located in the northern part of Palm Beach County. Many of these aerospace companies rank among the top 100 employers in the county including Sikorsky Aircraft, United Technologies, Pratt & Whitney, Rocketdyne, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, and Belcan Engineering Group.

The county has been called the "Winter Vegetable Capital" as agriculture is Palm Beach County's 2nd largest industry and consists of approximately 1,400 farms with over $1 billion in sales of crops and a $10 billion economic impact. Sugarcane covers about one-third of the country's overall land mass and 18% of all sugar in the U.S. is produced here. The Port of Palm Beach is one of the county's larger employers and is an economic engine for the county.  Approximately 2,400 people are employed directly and indirectly because of the port, which contributes approximately $260 million in business revenue and $12 million in state and federal taxes. Over $7 billion dollars worth of commodities moves through the port each year.

Leisure, Entertainment & Sports

Residents of Palm Beach County have plenty of interesting things to see and do. The county is home to more than 200 theaters, museums, arts centers, indoor and outdoor performance stages, and other cultural venues. When it comes to shopping, there are several malls located throughout the county including the Boynton Beach Mall, The Gardens Mall, Town Center at Boca Raton, CityPlace (new urbanist mixed-use development), The Mall at Wellington Green, and Mizner Park (outdoor mall).

Thanks to Palm Beach County’s near-perfect climate, residents are able to enjoy a variety of outdoor sports year-round including golf, tennis, softball, soccer, bicycling, inline skating, shuffleboard, boating, swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving, surfing, windsurfing and kiteboarding, beach volleyball, water skiing, kayaking and more. With Palm Beach County’s 45-mile long Atlantic shoreline, there are lots of beautiful beaches to enjoy. Click here for a breakdown of the main features of each of the top favorite beaches in Palm Beach County from Tequesta to Boca Raton.

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Palm Beach County is Florida’s Golf Capital® and Spring training home to the St. Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins at Roger Dean Stadium in Jupiter. The Ballpark of The Palm Beaches is the spring training facility for the Washington Nationals and the Houston Astros.  For golf enthusiasts, Palm Beach County has more golf courses than any other county in the U.S. The sheer number of golf options and the quality of courses have made the Palm Beach area Florida's Golf Capital®. From the renowned PGA National Golf Resort to the municipal course designed by Jack Nicklaus, there is something here for every level of golfer.

Palm Beach County features more than 1,000 private and public tennis courts throughout the county including the Delray Beach Tennis Center, home to the annual International Tennis Championships. Florida Atlantic University is home to the annual Boca Raton Bowl, the NCAA Mid-American Conference championship game. Considered the world’s winter equestrian capital, the International Polo Club in Wellington is host to some of the biggest tournaments in the world. The Winter Equestrian Festival (WEF) held at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center (PBIEC) is the largest longest-running circuit in horse sport.

Arts and culture, sports, music, entertainment, and points of interest in Palm Beach County include Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Armory Art Center, Art in Public Places, Artificial Reefs, BallPark of the Palm Beaches , Boca Raton Museum of Art, Chain of Lakes, Coral Sky Amphitheatre , Delray Beach Parks & Recreation, Diving Reefs, DuBois Pioneer Home, Flagler Museum, Florida Stage, Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, Hibel Museum of Art, Historical Society of Palm Beach County, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, Lake Worth Lagoon, Lion Country Safari, Loxahatchee Everglades Tours, Loxahatchee River Historical Museum, Mounts Botanical Garden, Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens, Natural Areas, Norton Museum of Art, Old School Square Cultural Arts Center, Palm Beach Opera, Palm Beach Photographic Centre, The Palm Beach POPS, Palm Beach Zoo at Dreher Park, Parks & Recreation Department, Peanut Island , Port of Palm Beach, Roger Dean Stadium, Science Museum, South Florida Fair, and Sunfest.

Hospitals & Medical Centers

Click here for a comprehensive list of all hospitals and medical centers in Palm Beach County with links to individual hospitals including descriptions, addresses, phone numbers, directions, maps, and more.


Major expressways serving Palm Beach County include I-95 and the Florida's Turnpike. Southern Boulevard (runs east-west through central Palm Beach County) is a partial freeway from I-95 in West Palm Beach to US 441/SR 7 in Wellington and Royal Palm Beach. Major highways in Palm Beach County include US 441 / SR 7 (Range Line Road), Jog Road, SR 809 / CR 809 (Military Trail), SR 807 / CR 807 (Congress Avenue), US 1 (Federal Highway), A1A (Ocean Boulevard), US 98 (Southern Boulevard), and SR 710 (Beeline Highway).

The Tri-Rail runs adjacent to I-95 for most of its length. There are stops in Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, and Mangonia Park. Amtrak offers the Silver Meteor and the Silver Star in West Palm Beach station and Delray Beach. Palm Beach County has six airports including the Palm Beach International Airport, Palm Beach County Park Airport, North Palm Beach County General Aviation Airport, Boca Raton Airport, Belle Glade State Airport, and Palm Beach County Glades. PalmTran provides public bus service throughout Palm Beach County. The Port of Palm Beach is a cruise port terminal located in Riviera Beach.

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale 100,000 - $250,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $251,000 - $500,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $501,000 - $750,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $751,000 - $1,000,000

Palm Beach County FL Homes for Sale $1,000,001 and Up

The Goldberg Group – Serving Palm Beach County FL Real Estate Buyers and Sellers – Call Today! 561-231-0021

With uncompromising standards of integrity, honesty, and service, we’ll give you the assurance that your home sale or purchase transaction will be completed promptly, professionally and ethically. Please give us a call today at 561-231-0021, and we will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have!

Michael Goldberg, Realtor ®
The Goldberg Group
1035 S. State Rd. 7
West Palm Beach, FL 33414

Make your first call to Mike about homes for sale in Palm Beach, homes for sale in Wellington, and homes for sale in Boca Raton. Mike's experience in these communities is great asset at a time when luxury homes in Palm Beach along with upscale condos are difficult to find. Work with Mike to find the ideal property for you and your family, and enjoy the lifestyle you want.