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Tequesta, Florida is an incorporated village in the 33469 zip code of Palm Beach County. It is a planned community founded in the 1950s. The village, named after the Tequesta Indians, was incorporated in 1957. Most of Tequesta is located on the mainland, however, there are parts of the village on Jupiter Island and parts in Coral Cove Park. The approximate population is 5,700.

Tequesta has some interesting outdoor areas. The Blowing Rocks Nature Preserve was founded in 1951 to conserve both the land and water. The Nature Conservancy is a leading conservation organization. Coral Cove Park has beach frontage with guarded fishing and guarded swimming areas. There are playgrounds, and picnic areas with grills available. Constitution Park is a large green space with a gazebo in the middle. The park features something fun for any age. There are children’s playgrounds, skateboard park, fitness trail, basketball courts and a putting green. The beautifully managed park is a great draw for families and seniors alike. If you have a love for art, you will want to visit The Lighthouse ArtCenter. The ArtCenter was founded in 1964 as a nonprofit organization to provide cultural opportunities and artistic programming to the area. With exhibitions, a School of Art and many diverse outreach activities, they have some 20,000 visitors yearly for exhibitions, lectures, day trips and special events. Tequesta residents enjoy special events like movies and concerts. The senior citizens are active in special trip events, and local charities are supported in their events. 

Tequesta real estate is a mix of residential areas and condominium complexes. Many of the single-family homes in the multiple neighborhoods are varying ranch styles in well-manicured lawns with lovely trees. The village has a strong sense of community and a hometown sense of friendliness. When you combine the quality of life in Tequesta, including the great restaurants, the abundant beach and waterway activities, you’ll enjoy the hometown feel of the place. In addition to the local amenities, larger cities are easily accessed via freeways and airports are not far away. With all these things to consider, this is a must-see destination for homebuyers searching in the West Palm Beach area. If you would like more information on homes for sale in Tequesta, Florida, please contact us today and allow us to assist you.

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