Moving to Martin County is very exciting and the reasons to do so seem almost endless!
Luckily, if this is a move you were considering our team of professional movers have composed a list. First and foremost, the Stuart area offers a small town vibe. Being able to live in a place where you can see friendly faces at the grocery store and coffee shop is always rewarding. Better still, Stuart was voted “3rd best small town” to visit by Smithsonian Magazine. Probably because all structures along the coastline are just four stories high. This makes it easy to see the ocean each morning.
Next, boating and water sports are also great reasons to live in Martin County. With our exceptional weather, these activities are available year-round. Better still, locally there are over twenty marinas to launch from! Of course, fishing is a huge draw and when moving to Martin County you can experience freshwater, inshore saltwater and offshore saltwater fishing.
Ranking in the top three reasons to move to Martin County is the arts. Downtown Stuart features a contemporary performing arts theater called The Lyric. Once a silent movie house in the 1920’s, the Lyric theater is a hub for great shows and benefit events like Dancing with the Martin Stars. Additionally, the Arts Council of Martin County is also downtown in the old courthouse building. This dynamic group features new exhibitions monthly, cocktail mixers and an epic Arts Fest. This community wide event is hosted along Ocean Drive mid February each year. Notably, White Glove Moving & Storage is proud to be an onsite sponsor each year. As professional art movers, we understand the importance of crating and proper handling of all art including those that require additional valuation coverage.
Moving to Martin County is a wonderful idea. If you love supporting local, here one will find wonderful businesses to work with where you can shop locally with pride. The streets are safe and the communities are all welcoming. In conclusion, the community if full of great people and activities. If you choose to make this your new home, call White Glove Moving & Storage for a complimentary estimate to make your move easy.
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