Best Place to Live in Palm Beach County Florida

This two part post is designed to offer you a plethora of communities and neighborhoods that fit your lifestyle and budget. While we cannot disclose everything about a particular neighborhood legally and ethically, we can offer tips, descriptions and ideas of where to live in our fabulous county!

Palm Beach County has many desirable places to live; it’s just a matter of finding the right fit for you. We took a look at what most people would look for in a future home and determined overall the top choices in Palm Beach County.  Describing each one it is clear why they were ranked the best places to live in Palm Beach County.

Schools

Based on school test results, Wellington schools were rated 8 of 10 with a number of schools rated a perfect 10. Equestrian Trails Elementary and Binks Elementary schools were two of five public elementary schools with a 10 rating. Wellington Landings Middle School was the only of three public middle schools with a 10 rating and neither of the two high schools scored a 10 rating. None of the public schools in Wellington rated very low with only three of the ten schools obtaining the lowest score of a 7 within the Wellington schools. Jupiter schools were also rated 8 of 10 overall, Beacon Cove Intermediate was the only one of nine public schools rated a perfect 10 and all other schools were rated 8 or above with the exception of one, Jupiter Elementary rated a 7. Boca Raton schools have the honor of rating the highest of Palm Beach County schools with an overall rating of 9 of 10. There were a total of seven of the twenty-five public schools that rated a perfect 10; such as Addison Mizner, Del Prado, Waters Edge, A.D. Henderson University School and Fau High, and Don Estridge High Tech Middle schools. Palm Beach schools rated the lowest overall for the Palm Beach Counties with a 7 of 10 rating, only one of the seventeen Palm Beach schools made a 10 rating, which was Marsh Pointe Elementary.

Parks

        Wellington is a community that is not lacking in parks that include an amphitheater, aquatics complex, community center, neighborhood parks, and sports parks. The community center houses the Aquatics Complex with its Olympic-sized pool, water slides and diving boards and the Tennis Center which offers lessons, leagues and instruction to both residents and non-residents. The community center offers programs for young and old. Kids can participate in activities such as tumbling, dance, and art. Young adults can participate in Yoga or Pilates while seniors can participate in classes or play games such as Bridge, Canasta, or Bingo.  The Amphitheater can accommodate 1,500 people offering concerts, movie nights, plays, etc.  Athletes can enjoy playing their favorite sports at one of many complexes; Village Park, Olympia Park, Tiger Shark Cove, or Community Park.  For those that would prefer to enjoy the outdoors while taking in the scenery nature has to offer, the Peaceful Waters Sanctuary is ideal. Wellington is also well known for their equestrian community offering several miles of trails, exceptional equestrian programs and activities for anyone to enjoy. The ocean isn’t far away either, in about a half an hour anyone can enjoy the beaches at Palm Beach or in less than an hour Ft. Lauderdale’s beaches.

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Comments

  1. With a view like is shared in the photo, it is no wonder so many consumers love Palm Beach County Florida!

  2. Thanks Anita for stopping by! It is a lovely area and so far we are free from Hurricanes. Have a great week.

  3. Dave Grbich says:

    Great post.. both of them on your area. Congrats on living in such a beautiful part of the east coast.

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