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Our Sewall's Point Real Estate search was created to allow our visitors and clients to search homes for sale in Sewall's Point, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Martin County, Florida. Nestled between the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon, there is a wealth of waterfront homes in Sewall's Point, many with quick ocean-access and wide-water views.
If you are interested in real estate in Sewall's Point, this site will give you all of the current homes for sale directly from the MLS. Call us anytime if you have questions about a specific Sewall's Point property.
The small-town character has attracted many of the residents to Sewall's Point. Sewall's Point's effective services maintain the integrity of the community by maintaining the health, safety, and real estate values of the residents. The Town of Sewall's Point has a gorgeous park and playground right on the river where families enjoy sunsets, fishing, and other community events. The park is right across from the town hall, which is on Ocean Boulevard and is where owners of Sewall's Point homes can go to get information on permits. Green space is lush and prevalent around the real estate in Sewall's Point, and any Sewall's Point homeowner must have a permit to remove any tree or heavily trim, which has gotten the Town to be nationally recognized by the Audubon Society. The peninsula got its name from Henry Sewall, who moved to the area in the late 1800s and built an estate there. The town of Sewall's Point was officially chartered in 1957.
A full list of rules can be found on the Sewall's Point Website, however this is a basic layout for those interested in purchasing Sewall's Point real estate. There are truck restrictions, and boats must be concealed in driveways. There are also specific hours for contractors and residents who are repairing or remodeling properties in Sewall's Point, as well as limit on noise levels. There are also restrictions on rentals in Sewall's Point, as owners cannot have leases under 180 days. If you have questions on other specific rules regarding pets, tree-trimming/removal, trash, etc., call us or visit the Sewall's Point website.