Luxury & service await you at The Ritz-Carlton Residences & private marina on the intra-coastal waterway in Palm Beach Gardens with just 106 residences & 29 boat slips. This 4 Bed, 4.5 Baths residence is 1 of just 12 of this floor plan with views of intracoastal waterway, marina & sunsets. 9'8'' unfinished ceilings w/ floor-to-ceiling impact triple paned windows. Island kitchen w/ central prep-island, breakfast bar, & wet bar. Fine cabinetry/Wolf, Sub-Zero, Cove appliances w/ gas cooktop vented outside. 24 hour valet/concierge, 20,000 sq. ft of indoor amenities including fitness center, guest suites, lap pool w/ cabanas, grill room, & more. 2 self parking spaces. Higher floors availableView Virtual Tour
Ritz Carlton Residences, Palm Beach Gardens
Bike Storage, Billiards, Boating, Business Center, Cabana, Cafe/Restaurant, Community Room, Dog Park, Extra Storage, Exercise Room, Manager on Site, Pickleball, Picnic Area, Pool, Putting Green, Spa-Hot Tub, Trash Chute
3-Phase Electric, Gas Natural, Public Sewer, Public Water, Underground
2+ Spaces, Assigned, Covered, Garage - Building, Guest, Under Building
Intracoastal, Marina, Navigable, No Fixed Bridges, Seawall
Bar, Elevator, Entry Lvl Lvng Area, Foyer, Cook Island, Laundry Tub, Pantry, Wet Bar
Dishwasher, Disposal, Dryer, Fire Alarm, Microwave, Range - Gas, Refrigerator, Smoke Detector, Wall Oven, Washer, Washer/Dryer Hookup, Water Heater - Elec
10 to <25 Acres, Private Road, Treed Lot, West of US-1
Hurricane Windows, Impact Glass, Sliding, Thermal
Concrete, Elevated, Frame/Stucco
If you like oysters, head over to Spoto's, where black and white photographs of oyster fishermen adorn the walls. The polished tables give the eatery a country club look. Spoto's serves up a delightful bowl of New England clam chowder and an impressive variety of oysters and clams. Sit outside on the patio to take advantage of the area's perfect weather.
Eissey Campus Theatre, located in Palm Beach Gardens, is a 750-seat complex that hosts many musical, theatrical, and dramatic productions.
Palm Beach Gardens was developed by John D. MacArthur in 1959. His original chosen name for the city was Palm Beach City, but this name was not approved by Florida legislature. Therefore, MacArthur named the city Palm Beach Gardens.
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Listing information last updated on September 28th, 2023 at 11:18am EDT.