Jupiter Yacht Club Condos



Rare penthouse condo in Jupiter Yacht Club with expansive Intracoastal views as well as marina views. The penthouse gives you spectacular 10 ft ceilings with 10 ft hurricane sliders out to your oversized balcony which has room for full dining table. The Jupiter Yacht Club has 24 hour manned security as well as two on site restaurants for you enjoyment. Boat dockage to 65 ft in the protected marina. Minutes to shopping, theater and the beaches. The private elevator takes you to your spacious waterfront condo with 10 ft ceilings and crown molding. Hurricane glass and Phantom screens provide wonderful unobstructed views. The condo has 18" Travertine tile on a diagonal with patterns throughout in all living areas as well as master bedroom. The large balcony has slate tile on a diagonal with expansive water views. The master bedroom has exceptional views with a Jacuzzi tub and marble bath. Both guest bedrooms have their own full baths and the balcony off the guest bedroom gives you ocean views as well as a view of the Jupiter Lighthouse. The condo has a wonderful pool area with outdoor kitchen and spa. Assigned garage parking with spaces for bicycle storage. Service elevator and first floor storage space #8.Strool the Jupiter Riverwalk or the marina. Visit the two on site restaurants for a delightful evening out. The Jupiter Yacht Club offers the best in waterfront living. Come visit us and see what Jupiter condos are for sale.

Asking $ 1,195,000




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Looking at the level of inventory (and the nubmer of those vacant), lower sales and pending sales, tightening lending standards with a minimum 5% down now, and the financial uncertainty in the markets today prices will not be rebounding any time soon. (Which is positive if you ask me.)With consumer confidence the lowest its been in over a quarter century () and louder whispers of Canada heading into a recession () all this won't be enticing buyers to make the biggest purchase of their lives. Until inventory drops, public perception of our economy strengthens, and house prices come more inline with incomes and rental ratios, I think we still have some time before we see a bottom, imho.

Posted by Rahul on Wednesday, October 24th, 2012 at 1:46pm

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