Gulf Stream Homes for Sale
Gulf Stream, not quite a Creek or River but an actual town in Palm Beach County Florida. But blank and you might miss it as is home to less than 1000 residents and is ranked as the 11th highest income location in the US. It's a fairly new town as well. Founded in the 1920s, this planned community centered on the Gulf Stream Country Club and gets its name from the warm Atlantic Ocean current of the Gulf Stream. Inc. back in 1925, Gulf Stream has its own school, a private coeducational school founded in 1938 for Montessori age 3 through eighth grade. Read on past the listings for more information about Gulf Stream Florida.
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Gulf Stream History
While history may not be everything,, Gulf Stream has a unique history. It started back in 1916 when the state created a stretch of roadway along the Atlantic Ocean coastline is a more scenic alternative to route 1. The road became known as State Road A1A but because there were such high winds along the route Australian Pines were planted on both sides from Jacksonville to Miami. The town of Gulf Stream is the only remaining stretch where this pine canopy still exists. It's been designated as a historic and scenic Highway allowing the town to protect and cultivate new plants to maintain a stretch of nearly 300 pine trees to this day.
Residents with school-age children are part of the Palm Beach County school district and are primarily served by the Plumosa Schools of the Arts, the Carver middle school, and the Atlantic high school.
As we mentioned before, this is one of the highest income locations not just in the state but in the country. The median income is $213,000 with the median home price of $1.8 million. The town has been home to notable people such as Christopher O'Hair, Kevin Anderson, Robert Kraft, and Tomas Maier. Most of the town sits on the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway literally surrounding the golf club. On the north end of the town is the Little Club golf course, which borders St. Andrews Club and the Gulfstream Park and the town border ends in the South along George Bush Blvd. Because the town is so small and most homes are waterfront, home prices start at about $900,000 on up. The golf course literally stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Goals Stream in nearly every home is waterfront in some capacity.
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