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Martin County FL real estate ranges from single family starter homes to luxurious waterfront estates. When you compare Martin County FL real estate to neighboring counties in Florida and communities outside the state, you'll find the home values in Martin County properties offer high value at competitive prices.

 

County
2013 Home Median Value
Raleigh/Wake County, NC
 Fulton County, GA
Martin County FL
Palm Beach County, FL
Boston/Suffolk County, MA
San Diego County, CA
Westchester County, NY
Naples/Collier County, FL
$200,800
$164,300
$180,800
$170,700
$376,000
$472,300
$503,100
$239,000
Source: Zillow.com
 

 

MARTIN COUNTY COMMUNITIES:

Martin County is comprised of 10 diverse communities that exemplify a small-town, "Old Florida" charm. Some are located along pristine shores; others thrive in open, rural spaces. All share the charm and uniqueness of Martin County.

  

Palm City


This carefully-planned community of 23,000 boasts small-town charm and first-class schools. Residents love being near I-95 and the Florida Turnpike for work, and near golf courses and equestrian trails for play.
 

Indiantown


With a population of 5,450 people, Indiantown is located on the St. Lucie Canal, which links the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico, through Lake Okeechobee.  Indiantown has a diverse population and workforce, and offers a relaxing lifestyle with easy access to major transportation systems and population centers.  


Hobe Sound


This town of 12,000 is truly "Old Florida" where watersports and one-of-a-kind shops and galleries abound. Be sure to stop by its most popular attraction - the Hobe Sound National Wildlife Refuge. 
 

Port Salerno


This quaint fishing community of 11,000 is a huge draw for fishing enthusiasts and is fast becoming known for a lively night life. The business district includes commercial fisherman, yacht builders, marine engine specialists and the prestigious Chapman School of Seamanship.
 

Hutchinson Island


Hutchinson Island is a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River Lagoon; 10,648 residents call Hutchinson Island
home and enjoy miles of pristine sandy beaches.  Prestigious Sailfish Point, home to some of America's wealthiest residents, is a part of the Hutchinson Island community.  Hutchinson Island is home to the world renowed Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center and Florida Oceanographic Society, the Elliott Museum, the House of Refuge and other attractions.

 

Jensen Beach

Jensen Beach, with its perfect climate, natural beauty and warm hospitality, this town offers lots of things to do - great fishing spots, popular events, challenging golf courses, wonderful dining choices, quality lodging facilities, and unlimited shopping opportunities from a regional mall, to unique boutiques and art galleries.

 

Rio

Rio, pronounced "rye-oh", is located between the City of Stuart and the community of Jensen Beach.  With a population of approximately 1,000 resident, Rio offers a mix of quaint businesses and old Florida residential charm.  Rio is rich in waterfront living and boating.  Mangroves and oyster beds are found in the backyards of many homeowners.  The town is known for its colorful peacocks and its famed philanthropist France Langford.  The movie star actress called the Rio are home until her death in 2005.  Today, her estate, the Frances Langford Foundation, is known for its many charitable donations to organizations and civic groups.

 

City of Stuart


The county seat is home to more than 15,000 people. Known as the "Sailfish Capital of the World," Stuart was originally named Potsdam after Potsdam, Germany. It was later renamed in honor of local resident Homer Hine Stuart, Jr.

 

Sewall's Point

This exclusive community of around 2,000 people is located on a peninsula near the St. Lucie Inlet which leads to the Atlantic Ocean, affording unspoiled views of the St. Lucie River to the west and the Intracoatal Waterway to the east.

 

Jupiter Island


With a population of less than 700, this tony town has the second-highest per capita income in the U.S.

  

Ocean Breeze Park


The community of less than 500 people is only one of two towns in Florida comprised entirely of mobile homes. Ocean Breeze also had the distinction of being governed by the oldest living mayor, Dorothy Geeben, who died in 2010 at the age of 101.