Palm City hides a beautiful and scenic gem perfect for lovers of equestrians, called Palm City Farms. There is a perfect mix of expansive pastures perfect for getting up to a gallop, secluded wooded lots for the peaceful privacy enthusiast, and even some with a mix of both. Palm City Farms homes are designed to deliver excellence to its residents, providing agricultural real estate and giving them the most serene acreage in Palm City. The most common Palm City Farms real estate are 5-acre parcels.
The proximity of Palm City Farms to conveniences and attractions means the residents are never left wanting experiences like the best arts and entertainment around, a variety of shopping venues from small boutiques to bigger plazas, and even world-class dining for when you need a break from your own beautiful kitchen. Those who call Palm City Farms are mere minutes from the best marinas, as well as both standard and luxury hotels for when you have visitors.
The residents of Palm City Farms real estate confidently enroll their children in top-ranked nearby schools, such as Palm City Elementary School, Citrus Grove Elementary School, Hidden Oaks Middle School, as well as Martin County High School.
The homes in this exclusive community are built in the ranch style, with sprawling lots that range in size from two to ten acres, or even more. Many homes in the Palm City Farms community are large million dollar estates, which feature horse barns ranging from modest to massive, as well as barn water access.
The ranch-style colonial farmhouses showcase incredible storage facilities and paved roads. Many homes in the neighborhood have a full line of finished upgrades and built-in pools. Many can still be customized to a large degree. Larger lots have man-made ponds and elegant carriage house apartments. The median price for homes in this community is approximately $650,000, with many estates between one and two million.
While most of Palm City Farms is not in an HOA, there are a few homeowners’ associations with fees averaging approximately $170 per month. Much of Palm City Farms doesn't have any governing association and allows homeowners to do as they please, including agricultural uses where appropriate.