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Living in West Palm Beach, FL

West Palm Beach is located in southern Florida, just 70 miles north of Miami along the state’s beautiful east coast. The city had humble beginnings as a settlement founded by Henry M. Flagler, rich developer and owner of the Florida East Coast Railway, who purchased the land in order to house his employees and servants that worked at the two luxury hotels on the neighboring island of Palm Beach. Many of the settlement’s first residents lived in tents and shanties, but when the population got together and incorporated West Palm Beach as a town in 1894, the new town council saw to the construction of more permanent brick and stone structures. During the Florida land boom in the early 20th century, West Palm Beach grew in prominence rivaling Miami as a thriving cultural center. It was in this era that West Palm Beach began to take shape; many of its residential areas and major streets were established, as well as schools, theaters, and commercial centers. Neighborhoods such as El Cid and Flamingo Park, which still survive today, were developed during this time and are now preserved and cherished as historic districts of West Palm Beach.

Although the residents of West Palm Beach saw much devastation and hardship from the Hurricane of 1928, the Great Depression, and WWII, they overcame these obstacles to create the bustling urban metropolis that West Palm Beach is currently known to be. Today the city boasts a population of over 100,000 people, and offers gorgeous natural beauty with warm sunny days and stunning waterfront views, as well as world-class arts and entertainment, shopping, dining, and a fun-loving community that enjoys festivals and celebrations all year-round. Popular West Palm Beach attractions include the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts, the Norton Museum of Art, the Palm Beach Zoo, and the South Florida Science Museum. Every Thursday evening, residents and visitors of West Palm Beach enjoy the Clematis by Night free concert series and arts & crafts fair, and during the month of May, Florida’s largest waterfront music and art festival, SunFest, attracts many people near and far to West Palm Beach’s beautiful coastline. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy over 50 parks and green spaces, sports facilities, nature centers, not to mention the luxurious golf resorts and miles of pristine beaches.

With so much to offer its residents—great historic districts, entertainment, attractions, and a climate that’s perfect for outdoor fun—West Palm Beach is a great place to live. For those who want to relocate to West Palm Beach, the real estate market has a full inventory of homes in a variety of sizes, styles and prices to please everyone. Real estate in West Palm Beach includes condominiums, townhouses, single family homes and large estates in settings that range from cozy historic districts to golf course neighborhoods to laid back waterfront communities. And with a median home price in the low $200,000s, West Palm Beach properties are affordable to first time homebuyers and experienced investors alike. Come and see for yourself why so many people are flocking to this fabulous city; with a thriving real estate market and a team of expert real estate agents, it is easier than ever to find your next dream home in West Palm Beach, FL.

Palm Beach Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 88 homes for sale in Palm Beach, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
34% Rental, 31% Condo, 23% Residential, 5% Single Family, 3% Townhouse, 1% Land/lot and 3% Other.

34% Rental
31% Condo
12% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 39
Average Home Size 1,441 ft² / 134 m²
Price Range ($1,800 - $25,000,000)

Weather in Palm Beach

The average high temperatures in Palm Beach range from 75 in January to 90 in July

Average home income in Palm Beach

The average household income of a Palm Beach resident is $211,674 with an average home value of $700,933

Population of Palm Beach

Palm Beach has 10,172 residents.

Home ownership in Palm Beach

The average level of home ownership in Palm Beach is 83%.

Education breakdown of Palm Beach

Education levels of residents of Palm Beach include: highschool 14%, associate 4%, bachelor 31%, graduate 29%.

Households in Palm Beach

Palm Beach has 5,928 homes, built on average 48 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 39 homes for sale in Palm Beach. These homes are comprised of Rental, Condo, Residential, Single Family, Townhouse, Land/lot and Other. The average list price of these property results is 2,351,918. Prices are listed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Palm Beach please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 88 homes for sale in Palm Beach, FL are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Palm Beach area. Member brokerages representing the 88 homes include Brown Harris Stevens Residential Sales, LLC/Palm Beach, The Keyes Company and EWM Realty International.