Palm Island Plantation is a well-designed ocean-to-Intracoastal community offering the utmost in tropical living in Vero Beach. You will find exclusive amenities, stunning architecture, lush foliage and breathtaking water views in this exceptional community.
Real Estate: Palm Island Plantation luxury real estate includes an assortment of residences, including estates, carriage homes, townhomes, and upscale condominiums. Each property in Palm Island Plantation was designed to match the community’s overall tropical Florida look, featuring British West Indies architecture, large windows, verandas, spacious porches and balconies, and much more.
Palm Island Plantation is surrounded by greenery on the north and south sides, and water on the east and west, providing serenity and privacy for its residents. This pristine development was meticulously planned and constructed by the Westmark Construction Company. No detail was overlooked, and no expense was spared in this tropical and private community in the heart of Vero Beach.
Lifestyle: Residents of Palm Island Plantation soak up the Florida sunshine from their verandas and private pools, providing luxurious living in the comfort of their own home. They may also take advantage of the community’s variety of exclusive amenities, including a beach club with private cabanas, a pool and spa with a poolside bar, a fitness club, a community center, deep-water boat slips, and much more. Additionally, Palm Island Plantation is centrally located near the many attractions in downtown Vero Beach and several nearby beaches, golf courses, parks, and marinas.
Education: Families of Palm Island Plantation are located near several area public schools, including Beachland Elementary School, Gifford Middle School, and Vero Beach High School. Nearby private schools include New Hope Christian Academy and Ebenezer Christian Academy of Vero Beach.
Water Access: Palm Island Plantation enjoys the convenience and luxury of immediate Intracoastal and ocean access on either side of Vero Beach’s barrier island. Residents may take advantage of the community’s deep-water dockage to hold their yachts or boats.