Housing in Palm Beach Gardens is exceptional, and the medium-sized city contains some of the most expensive neighborhoods in the United States as well as in Florida. With 19 neighborhoods and an estimated population of 55,036 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, Palm Beach Gardens is Florida's 61st largest community. 
Here are just a few examples of the extraordinary neighborhoods that warrant a visit from you if you are hoping to live in an area with others who are white-collar workers in management or sales, work as office and administrative support, are well-educated with 47.64 percent of the adults having a bachelor's or an advanced degree, or self-employed individuals who operate a small business out of their homes. There are also many retirees who appreciate the lifestyle, amenities, climate, and convenience to beaches as well as shopping and dining, above-average safety from crime, and events that go along with the outstanding homes in an area that is considered a retiree's dream come true. 

Artistry Palm Beach 

This gated community features new homes priced from the upper $600,000 to $2 million. There are nine unique floor plans featuring a variety of options from two to six bedrooms and 4,000 or more square feet of living space. You are able to personalize your unique contemporary architectural style home with the assistance of a personal Design Consultant and the Design Gallery with its extensive array of designer features. 

Residents can enjoy the Fitness and Recreation Center, a walking trail, a resort-style pool with an entry to the beach, a multi-purpose Sports Court, a Community Room, a security system on all their doors and windows, a gourmet kitchen, energy efficiency, improved indoor air quality, a two or three car garage, professionally-designed landscaping, second-story balconies, an automated irrigation system, and many other features. 

Hood Road and Nursery Lane neighborhood 

The median real estate price here is $976,991. That is more expensive than 97.7 percent of Florida neighborhoods and 95.9 percent of the United States neighborhoods. The average rental price is $2,481, which is higher than 94.0 percent of Florida neighborhoods. This is one of the wealthiest communities in the USA with only 2.6 percent of the neighborhoods in America wealthier. 

The area primarily consists of three, four, five or more bedroom single-family homes and high-rise apartments/apartment complexes. A number of residences were built between 1970 and 1999, but a higher proportion is newer, dating back to 2000 or later, which makes them more recent than 99.8 percent of America's neighborhoods. 

Harbor Lane and Prosperity Farms Road 

The median real estate price is $829,067, more expensive than 95.7 percent of Florida neighborhoods and 92.6 percent of USA neighborhoods. The average rental price is $2,843, higher than 97.1 percent of Florida neighborhoods. 

Many of the three to five bedroom or more residences and townhomes are “established,” dating between 1970 through 1999, and a number of them were constructed between 2000 and the present. 
Palm Beach Gardens is a beautiful town with so much to offer. Whether you're retired and looking for a good place to relax or if you're raising a family and looking for the best place for all of you, this gorgeous city has the perfect place for you to live. 
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