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A Treasuerd Town

Stuart

Stuart, Florida, often referred to as the "Sailfish Capital of the World," is a charming coastal city with a rich maritime history. Nestled on Florida's Treasure Coast, Stuart is known for its historic downtown, picturesque waterways, and vibrant community. With a blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and a laid-back lifestyle, Stuart is a perfect destination for those who love the sea and seek a small-town atmosphere with a touch of sophistication.

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Stuart Homes for Sale

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A Fishing Capital

Stuart Real Estate Highlights

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    Fishing and Boating: Renowned for world-class fishing and a plethora of boating activities
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    Historic Downtown: Bustling with unique shops, galleries, and restaurants
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    Beautiful Beaches: Proximity to stunning beaches and natural preserves
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    Community Events: Host to numerous cultural and community events
A True Gem

Stuart encapsulates the essence of coastal charm and relaxation, with its historic character and a community deeply connected to the sea. It's a true gem on Florida's coast, offering an escape into a world where tradition meets tranquility.

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Modern & Historic

Stuart Overview

Stuart's appeal lies in its ability to maintain a balance between its historical roots and modern amenities. The city takes pride in preserving its historic buildings and promoting local arts and culture. With excellent dining options, a thriving arts scene, and an array of outdoor activities, Stuart offers a lifestyle that caters to both relaxation and adventure. It's not just a destination; it's a lifestyle embraced by its friendly and welcoming community.

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Waterfront Properties in Stuart
Waterfront Opportunities

Luxury Waterfront Homes

The city's location along the St. Lucie River and near the Atlantic Ocean makes it a haven for water lovers. Stuart's waterfront is dotted with marinas, docks, and waterfront dining, providing ample opportunities for sailing, fishing, and enjoying the scenic views. Waterfront living in Stuart ranges from cozy riverside cottages to luxurious estates, all offering a serene and picturesque setting.

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More than A Great fishing town

Stuart Features

  • Sailing and Fishing: Ideal for sailfish fishing and sailing enthusiasts
  • Cultural Heritage: Rich history and well-preserved historic sites
  • Arts and Music: Vibrant arts community and regular music festivals
  • Outdoor Recreation: Access to parks, trails, and nature reserves
  • Downtown Shopping and Dining: Eclectic mix of local boutiques and eateries
  • Community Spirit: Strong sense of community with regular events
  • Proximity to Nature: Close to beaches and natural wildlife habitats
  • Quality Education: Good schools and educational opportunities
  • Healthcare Facilities: Quality healthcare services
  • Scenic Beauty: Stunning riverfront and ocean vistas
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Stuart Real Estate

The pretty little coastal town of Stuart has made quite a name for itself. In 2008, Stuart was awarded the "Most Beautiful City in America" designation (for a population 15,001 to 25,000).

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The "Most Beautiful City in America" recognition was an incredible achievement that has only been awarded to two Florida cities thus far. Stuart came out on top after being evaluated based on the categories of Tidiness, Environmental Awareness, Community Involvement, Heritage Preservation, Urban Forestry, Landscaped Areas, Floral Displays and Turf & Groundcovers.

There is nothing about this city that is ordinary. For a town of its size, the selection of Stuart FL real estate is amazingly diverse and appeals to most lifestyles, and budgets. A young family or empty nester can easily find a single family Stuart waterfront home in the low $100's. The choices and prices go up from there with gated communities, waterfront homes with private docking facilities to spectacular oceanfront estates over $10 million. Active residents seek out the many golf and country club communities and even equestrian real estate with both acreage and water access.

For those looking for a more maintenance-free lifestyle, Stuart condos, townhouses and patio homes are also widely available.

Most of the Stuart neighborhoods are laden with amenities catering to active residents that include tennis, clubhouse, golf, and pools. It's common for future Stuart residents to test the waters by leasing in various communities until they find their niche. This type of temporary housing option is also available.

Stuart Recreation & Amenities

When it comes to recreation, the Stuart beaches are plentiful and uncrowded. The town has an active community that caters to both families and an active senior population. Annual events feature Stuart Street Dance, Stuart Air Show, Veterans Day Parade, Arts Festival, Christmas and Annual Boat Show, to name just a few.

Once promoted as the Sailfish Capital of the World, there is no shortage of seasonal fishing tournaments that include the Swordfish, Mini Lobster and Ladies Fishing competitions.

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