The Best of Florida Is at Your Doorstep

The Treasure Coast stands as a captivating Florida destination, celebrated for its unhurried way of life, stunning beaches, and abundant entertainment options. Conveniently located midway between Orlando and Miami, this region offers ample open spaces and natural attractions for families to relish. A short drive brings you to the pristine shores of the Atlantic Ocean, while swift access to I-95 and Florida’s Turnpike places Palm Beach International and Orlando International airports well within reach. Your new home at Glynlea is just moments away from highly-rated dining establishments, shopping venues, schools, and top-notch medical facilities.

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The Beautiful Beaches of Florida's Treasure Coast

Living in Glynlea promises boundless opportunities for indulgence in the finer aspects of coastal living. The Fort Pierce Inlet and Marina is the headquarters for yachting and paddleboarding enthusiasts. The vast stretches of pristine white-sand beaches on the jetty provide an idyllic backdrop, inviting every generation to savor the coastal lifestyle. Choose some leisurely beachcombing, enjoy an exciting boating excursion, or choose the simple joy of watching the waves endlessly roll in. Of course, we can’t forget the beach bums. Jetty Park is famous for white sand beaches and funky bars and restaurants right on the water – and there are miles of beachfront to explore if you want a bit of your own sandy paradise.
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South Florida Boating, Bottom Fishing & Beyond

It’s easy to embark on waterfront adventures just minutes from your new home. Ft. Pierce Inlet & Marina offers an ideal starting point for boating excursions– be that on the Intracoastal Waterway or the Atlantic Ocean en route to The Bahamas. Charter a day trip to explore the picturesque islands nearby or savor a sunset cruise or tranquil kayak ride along the Indian River Lagoon. Ft. Pierce Inlet is a favored fishing spot for anglers, while Dynamite Point provides a serene sanctuary for bird enthusiasts. Nearby Hutchinson Island offers expert-guided Atlantic Ocean excursions for prized catches like snook, tarpon, and sailfish. For inshore enthusiasts, the St. Lucie Inlet boasts abundant snapper, grouper, Spanish mackerel, and more.
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Coastal Explorations and Historic Downtowns

Visiting the local coastal downtowns of the Treasure Coast will take some time, as you will want to linger in each of these wonderful locales. At the top of the exploration bucket list is nearby downtown Ft. Pierce, recently named both one of the "Most Idyllic and Historic Main Streets in America" and "Best Small-Town Main Street in America." o Just to the south are charming Jensen Beach and the arts & culture mecca of Stuart, FL, illustriously known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World." It’s where those in the know go for fresh fish, live music, and theater. The newest area to explore is Downtown Tradition, where visitors can explore tree-lined streets filled with boutique shops, fine restaurants, and cafes, creating an inviting atmosphere just minutes from Glynlea.
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A Taste of Florida's Good Life

For a fun afternoon with friends, consider Summer Crush Vineyard & Winery, a delightful winery known for wine tastings, live music events, and a relaxed, outdoor setting. Experience “Old Florida” by heading to Lake Okeechobee, the largest freshwater lake in Florida and a renowned destination for fishing, boating, and outdoor recreation. Another waterway to visit is the North Fork of the St. Lucie River – a picturesque waterway that calmly meanders through wild and scenic landscapes for kayakers, paddleboarders, and boaters.
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Be a Part of the Arts Any Night of the Week

The arts and cultural experiences available to residents of the Treasure Coast belie its small-town feel. The fully restored Sunrise Theatre in Downtown Fort Pierce is the Treasure Coast's premier destination for live entertainment. You can discover local talent at the Underground Art Market. Port St. Lucie's St. Lucie Botanical Gardens offers a serene, educational experience for nature and garden enthusiasts, doubling as a stunning wedding and event venue. The Riverside Theatre in Vero Beach presents Broadway-style productions, concerts, and more in indoor and outdoor settings, and the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach hosts shows for up to 3,000 guests.
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Small Town Charm, Big League Fun

The quaint allure of the Treasure Coast belies its array of world-class attractions. Port St. Lucie is home to Clover Park, the renowned spring training facility for the New York Mets, and it will be the future home of the amazing Koa Bay, one of the world's largest surf parks. The area’s marinas are home to some of the world’s true superyachts. For the young – and young at heart – Urban Air Adventure Park and PopStroke offer dynamic and engaging trampoline and golf experiences suitable for the entire family.
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St. Lucie County's Natural Sanctuary

No boat is no problem, as St. Lucie County boasts an abundance of parks and green spaces. Some notables in the area include Savannas Preserve State Park, Fort Pierce Inlet State Park, and Heathcote Botanical Gardens. Traverse extensive trails or gracefully navigate its tranquil freshwater lagoon by kayak. For a shady interlude, Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens invites you to revel in a vibrant tapestry of distinctive floral treasures. Nelson Family Farms in Fort Pierce is a true local gem. Known for its fresh produce, the farm's commitment to education and providing farm-to-table experiences makes it a popular destination for families.

Premier Healthcare Facilities Close at Hand

Port St. Lucie's rapidly expanding healthcare networks ensure residents are never too far away from quality care. Three top-tier health facilities – Tradition Medical Hub, HCA Florida Lawnwood, and St Lucie Medical Center – and a growing hub of activity and precision treatment centers are creating a strong healthcare infrastructure within the community. These healthcare industry leaders not only enhance medical services but also contribute to the creation of job opportunities within the growing local community.
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A Wealth of Educational Opportunities

The Treasure Coast boasts a wealth of educational options, encompassing distinguished private and public institutions such as Lincoln Park Academy and the innovative Mosaic Digital Academy. In addition, the region is home to renowned universities like Indian River State College and a distinguished University of Florida marine campus.

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