Florida is one of the world’s most popular destinations.
The year round average temperature in Florida is 74 degrees. The state has an average of 290 sunny days every year. This incredible climate coupled with the beautiful oceans, luscious golf courses, and family friendly theme parks and amenities, make the Sunshine State a perfect location for young couples, growing families, as well as retirees.
Millions of tourists spend millions of dollars each year to visit Disney World and the Kennedy Space Center. These attractions in addition to our many golf courses, beaches, and relaxed style of living, make Florida one of the most popular in literally the entire World.
Florida does NOT have a state income tax and is a very reasonable place to live from a cost-of-living standpoint. The tax base for property is still very reasonable in the areas targeted by Paradise Homes. Our homes are built to exceed current building specifications for wind and hurricane protection and are built from only the best materials available. You can feel safe in your new Paradise home in any South Florida neighborhood!
You can own your own piece of Florida with a custom or customized home from Paradise in the following communities:
The Sebastian River Area is one of Florida’s authentic Treasure Coast communities on the Indian River Lagoon and home to America’s first National Wildlife Refuge, Pelican Island. For more information.
Ringed by citrus groves, cattle ranches and the Atlantic Ocean, Indian River County has a friendly, unpretentious atmosphere. Centrally located 70 miles south of the Kennedy Space Center and 135 miles north of Miami, our 543 square miles contain beautiful white sandy beaches, groves of renowned Indian River oranges and grapefruit, immaculate oceanfront estates and riverfront communities. For more information.
St. Lucie County
St. Lucie, Florida – home to the historic City of Fort Pierce, the vibrant City of Port St. Lucie and the breathtaking beaches of Hutchinson Island. We are located on the east coast of Florida about 120 miles southeast of Orlando and about 115 miles north of Miami. For more information.
Port St. Lucie
Port St. Lucie, Florida—a City for All Ages that offers something for everyone. Minutes to nearby beaches on Florida’s east coast, Port St. Lucie is home to several unique attractions and is a short drive to many others. Port St. Lucie is Florida’s 9th largest city, with a population of 166,000 and an area of 116 square miles. It is on Florida’s east coast about 50 miles north of West Palm Beach, half way between Miami and Orlando. For more information.
The ‘flavors’ of Stuart and the greater Martin County area offers something for everyone: beachside and coastal towns where outdoor activities and nature take center stage; historic towns with tree-lined streets, quaint sidewalk cafes, restaurants, art galleries, charming antique stores and brand name stores you’re familiar with; ‘Old Florida’ towns where rodeos and orange groves, as well as cowboys still exist; and an old fishing village where fisherman still bring their catch to market each day and where world-class sport fishing tournaments are hosted every year. For more information.
City of Stuart – Sailfish Capital of the World. For more information.
Jensen Beach is not only considered one of the most charming places to vacation in Florida, but our quaint community was also recently named as one of the top places to retire in the United States! You can feel the “Old Florida” charm when you visit Jensen Beach – a unique riverfront town over a century old. Hutchinson Island beaches are natural and captivating. For more information.
Palm City is a peaceful community. Here, the golf and tennis are great and the fishing is legendary. If golf is your game, thirty-six holes of championship golf surround the community, and you can also take advantage of several tennis courts and Olympic sized pools. Horseback riding, bicycle riding, hiking and nearby river access is also available. For more information.
Centrally located between Jupiter and Stuart, Hobe Sound is home to some of the most beautiful nature spots in the state. Travelers from all around the world enjoy our pristine beaches, unspoiled parks, and championship golf courses. For more information.
From the stately Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum to the Maltz Jupiter Theatre to the Armory Art Center, there is something for every history, theatre and art buff. For more information.
West Palm Beach
“Palm Beach County is south Florida’s home to some of the most exciting activities and events, ranging from outdoor recreation to concerts to family fun activities for kids of all ages.” For more information.
The Acreage is a sprawling rural residential community north and west of Royal Palm Beach consisting of more than 17,000 lots each about 1.25 acres. Its 45,000 residents value open spaces and the ambiance of equestrian and rural lifestyles. The community is home to four elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school. The Acreage/Loxahatchee area is governed by the Indian Trail Improvement District, which maintains 500 miles of canals, provides roads and drainage services, and operates a network of nine parks, including the 40-acre Acreage Community Park and the seven-acre Hamlin Equestrian Park. For more information.