Florida ID: 2927
205 Commodore Drive
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- Garage Spaces3
- Approx. Sq. Ft.4,809
- Intracoastal view
- Tennis court
Admirals Cove is a breathtaking enclave of homes situated in Jupiter along the Intracoastal Waterway. This exquisite neighborhood boasts 976 acres and is a golfing, tennis and boating paradise. Luxury amenities await the most discerning residents at the fabulous Club at Admiral's Cove. Besides the spa, fitness center, pool, and dining facilities, club members and guests have use of over 30 lodge rooms and suites. Golf enthusiasts can enjoy playing the main 18-hole course in the neighborhood or any of the three 9-hole courses across the street in Admiral's Cove Village. For those interested in tennis, Admiral's Cove offers 14 professional Har-Tru courts. Boaters can enjoy the safe haven of private dockage outside many of the homes, or in a 71-slip deep water marina. By water, Admiral's Cove is approximately 3 miles to the Atlantic Ocean via the Jupiter Inlet with no fixed bridges. This magnificent ½ acre property has approximately 200 feet of Intracoastal water frontage and includes a private dock. Build your dream home on this exceptional estate property which features incredible southeastern exposure and wide water views. Located in Jupiter, Admiral's Cove is within 20 minutes of the Palm Beach International Airport. The new Downtown at the Gardens and The Gardens Mall are just 5 minutes away.
The town of Jupiter, which protrudes further into the Atlantic Ocean than any other point in Florida-is rich in history, with earliest known records of the Jupiter Inlet dating back to 1565.
It was during the 1800s that Jupiter's most identifiable landmark, the Jupiter Lighthouse, was built. The Lighthouse stands 105 feet tall atop a 46 ft. hill on the north shore of the Jupiter Inlet. The land that is now Lighthouse Park was once a part of Fort Jupiter, a military installation that was formed during the Seminole Indian Wars. Across the inlet, myriad restaurants and marinas offer today’s residents a place to gaze upon this historic location.