A mix of Victorian and Key West style architecture, The Island is one of Abacoa’s most desirable neighborhoods. The community abuts the Abacoa golf course, and 72 of the 130 single family homes feature sweeping views of the gorgeous greenbelt. The other homes boast private backyards with views of the designated park area or freshwater lake. Designed by DiVosta Homes, single family residences range in size from three to five bedrooms with approximately 2,000 to 3,400 square feet of under air living space. Many of the homes boast numerous interior upgrades, private swimming pools, expansive front porches, covered lanais, porte-cochere, and attached garages. Island townhomes are three bedrooms, two bathrooms with 1,800 square feet of living space. These townhomes feature a detached, two-car garage and private patio. Amenities include a community swimming pool, clubhouse, playground, walking trails, and bike paths. The quarterly homeowners’ association fees cover the cost for exterior home care, lawn services, basic cable television, clubhouse upkeep, and swimming pool maintenance.
Residents of the Island at Abacoa appreciate the close proximity to area shops, dining establishments, recreation facilities, and entertainment venues. The Abacoa Town Center, Roger Dean Stadium, and Abacoa Golf Club are just a short walk away, and attractions such as the Juno Beach Pier, Gardens Mall, Jupiter Harbourside Place are only a few miles away. Located off Donald Ross Boulevard, the Island at Abacoa provides easy access to both the Florida Turnpike and I-95 corridor. The Palm Beach International Airport is only 15 minutes away. Children residing in the Abacoa community are zoned for Jupiter’s top rated school system which includes Lighthouse Elementary, Beacon Cove Intermediate, and Independence Middle School. For high school, students transition to Dwyer High School in Palm Beach Gardens. Private school options nearby include the Benjamin School, Jupiter Christian School, All Saints Catholic School, and the Weiss School. Franklin Academy, a charter school governed by the Palm Beach County School District, is another popular school choice for students in the Abacoa community.