Moving to or Within Stuart ?

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Move to Stuart, Florida when you want an escape. A bit of paradise on the southeastern coast of Florida it is what you don’t find that adds such allure. No tall buildings over four stories, not an influx of fast foods chains or big box stores; Stuart offers a small town feel with lots of amenities and mere minutes from Palm Beach, FL.

Attractions Stuart offers includes an uncluttered shoreline, a historic downtown with boutiques, chic and cozy restaurants, a former silent-movie theater, the Lyric that has been refashioned into a jewel of a contemporary performing arts center and some of the best kept libraries and parks in all of Martin County. Signature events like jazz concerts and arts and crafts shows are often held along the streets or on the promenade in downtown Stuart making it a fun place to move to often referred to as a “mini-Manhattan.” For those who want more, Stuart is also convenient to Palm Beach County, particularly the social and entertainment hubs of Palm Beach and West Palm Beach.

But there’s also an emphasis on all things aquatic in Stuart, because Martin County not only fronts the Atlantic, but also incorporates parts of the St. Lucie and Indian Rivers and extends all the way west to Lake Okeechobee, the largest freshwater lake in the South offering world-class fishing in all three genres — freshwater, inshore saltwater and offshore saltwater.” Martin County also has outdoor adventures of other kinds, from horseback riding to hiking, particularly at local preserves and state parks, like Jonathan Dickinson State Park

When considering moving to Stuart or within Martin County you will find the real estate market to be quite appealing. Homes near or in downtown Stuart range from $350,000 to $2 million while those in Sewall’s Point and Sailfish Point go for between $500,000 and $25 million. To the west, you’ll find newer communities of the sort typical throughout South Florida. One interesting exception is in Palm City, a western suburb of Stuart. The recently unveiled Canopy Creek has homes with slightly more breathing space than the norm (there are just 300 residences, starting at around $600,000, planned for the 700-acre space) in a nature preserve-like setting.

In the Martin County area, quality matters and having the right mover for the job will determine how affordable and smooth the experience will be. Since 2002, White Glove has been providing the following services to make moving easy: packing, supplies, loading, unloading, assembly, installation and storage. For a free estimate and further details about your upcoming move call White Glove at 866-GLOVE10.