Located in Boynton Beach, Florida, just minutes away from azure ocean waters, Palm Isles is a picturesque community for active adults aged 55 and better. Resort-style amenities, both on and off the property, are designed to maximize the Florida sunshine and fill residents' social calendars.
Residences at Palm Isles
Oriole Homes broke ground on the property in 1992 and completed development in 1998. Residences are available on a resale-only basis and include covered parking or attached garages. Condos are ideal for downsizing, simplifying and adopting a low-maintenance lifestyle, while attached villas and single-family homes offer open, single-level floor plans. In all, the community comprises 2,367 homes.
Single-family and attached villas line neatly landscaped boulevards that wind their way toward a centrally located clubhouse. A unique feature of this 50,000 square-foot facility is a 600-seat theater that hosts performances throughout the year.
The clubhouse also contains multipurpose rooms, a library, an art studio, and a cafe that's open for breakfast, lunch and occasional dinner service. Just outside, a charming gazebo offers a quiet spot to chat with friends or enjoy a sunset.
On-site exercise facilities help keep residents active and fit with state-of-the-art equipment and an indoor pool. Those who prefer to exercise in the fresh air can swim in an outdoor pool or get together for a friendly match on the tennis or shuffleboard courts.
To further build camaraderie among residents, a full-time activities director is on staff to help manage clubs and events. There's something for everyone, from theater and creative writing workshops to bowling and bridge. Homeowners also get together for movie outings, chess games, volunteer work and much more.
Daily errands and activities are only a short drive away, as are an interstate highway and the regional airport. Also nearby, Boynton Beach is a resort town on Florida's Atlantic Coast, nestled between the ocean and the Everglades.
A popular hotspot here is the Boynton Harbor Marina, a destination for fishing, boating and scuba diving, as well as waterfront dining. Boynton Beach also features a 1.5-mile downtown heritage trail with 30 different sites to explore.
More opportunities for hiking can be found at the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge, a nature park and migratory bird sanctuary about 7 miles west of town. The Links at Boynton Beach is within driving distance of Palm Isles and welcomes seasoned golfers and casual players alike with an 18-hole, par 71 course and a 9-hole, par 30 family golf course. A full-service pro shop is on site, along with practice greens and a cafe that serves breakfast and lunch.
Florida's Atlantic Coast is consistently named a top region for retirees, and unique amenities and an array of social clubs make Palm Isles a great place to live for 55+ active adults.