Moving to or Within Fort Pierce ?
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Thinking of moving to Ft. Pierce?
Full of history and blue water, Ft. Pierce offers a wonderful lifestyle coupled with great affordability. Its rich history, full of treasure, dates back to 1715 when a Spanish galleon fleet full of treasure sank in a hurricane off the coast, dubbing our regional area as the Treasure Coast. The Spanish ship, Urca de Lima, is Fort Pierce’s first underwater archeological preserve.
Sightseeing and preservation are key benefits to the area including: the one and only museum dedicated to the US Navy SEALs, ancient Indian mounds predating Columbus by several hundred years, the St. Lucie County History Museum and much more.
Ft. Pierce is St. Lucie County’s oldest community and was established in 1901. Fort Pierce is a city that retains it Old Florida fishing village look and feel, along with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere; making it a great place to move to offering an average temperature of 86 degrees year round.
When in Ft. Pierce there are many great things to do such as stroll along the downtown riverfront or grab a bite at a waterfront restaurant. Enjoy beautiful city wide art, bask in the view of a fountain in one of the many parks or watch/ride the boats while catching the breeze. One of Florida’s best-loved city marinas with endless shops mere steps along with one of the most unique craft breweries in all the Treasure Coast; so much to do an take it.
Love theatre? Watch a touring musical or comedy act, a Broadway show, or performing arts such as ballet and operas at the pristine, beautifully restored, intimate 1,200-seat Sunrise Theatre located in the heart of historic downtown Fort Pierce? Ft. Pierce is full of period architecture with intricate detailing in the newly revitalized downtown.
Love nature and the outdoors? Fort Pierce takes pride in its abundance of land conservation, pristine waterways, eco-assets and world record fishing opportunities. Discover the Indian River Lagoon, the nation’s most biologically diverse estuary with over 4,000 species of plants and animals and the premier recreational and environmental asset of Fort Pierce.
White Glove Moving has been providing excellent moving and storage services for the City of Ft. Pierce and St. Lucie County since 2002. With an area full of condominiums, there is no better mover qualified to make the relocation experience smooth and easy. Please call 866-GLOVE10 for your free estimate for moving, storage or simple delivery and installation pricing.