Along Florida’s southeast shores, the Treasure Coast includes cities like Port St. Lucie and Vero Beach. It’s a great place to plan a Florida retirement because it’s less popular with tourists than other coastal areas, and the beaches and parks are more tranquil. There’s still plenty of entertainment and recreation, however, and active adults find it a fun and affordable place to live.
Because the area is growing in popularity and opportunity, there’s a lot of new development. If new construction is the type of Treasure Coast real estate you’re looking for, check out the new homes coming soon at these exciting active adult communities.
Mid $200s – Low $400s
Construction began at Cresswind at PGA Village Verano in 2018, and it’s selling to buyers looking for spacious new construction homes and the best in golf course living. Three championship golf courses are available at the PGA Golf Club, but the putts don’t end with the 54 holes of golf. There’s also the best-ranked golf school in the world, the PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance. Residents are also in the same neighborhood as the PGA Historical Center Museum.
Plenty of other amenities are also available within the community, such as fitness centers, swimming pools, clubhouses, art studios, and a facility that, once completed, will be the largest pickleball park in South Florida.
Four new construction single-family models are available. Each has its own unique design elements, and they range from 2,176 to 3,229 square feet with two to four bedrooms and two to three-and-a-half bathrooms. Buyers can choose bonus rooms, den space, and optional second-floor spaces. The community will be kept intentionally small, with only 249 homes constructed.
Another option with the same great location and amenities is the master-planned PGA Village Verano community, which has 1,800 homes (many of them new constructions) and no age restrictions.
Mid $200s – High $400s
Lots of amenities and gorgeous Port St. Lucie homes for sale are available at Valencia Cay at Riverland, a 55+ community that will have 1,071 single-family homes once construction is completed. The Club at Valencia Cay includes a 34,000-square-foot clubhouse with a fitness center, locker rooms, a cafe, a social hall, and multipurpose rooms. There’s also a pool, a patio, and a whirlpool spa as well as an outdoor event lawn and a fire pit.
Riverland’s Sports & Racquet Club includes pickleball, a modern fitness center, tennis courts, and bocce ball courts. Social events and holiday parties are frequent, thanks to the full-time activities director who takes care of organization and planning.
New construction homes have two to four bedrooms and two to four bathrooms. Five collections are available: the Premier Collection with four floor plans between 1,355 and 1,716 square feet, the Regal Collection with four models with 1,842 to 2,254 square feet, the Signature Collection with another four models ranging from 2,157 to 2,396 square feet, the Vintage Collection with four models from 2,475 to 2,753 square feet, and finally, the Crown Collection with three large floor plans from 2,645 to 3,312 square feet.
Mid $200s – Low $300s
Nature and wildlife lovers will want to explore the new construction homes at Harmony Reserve, a 55+ community covering 120 acres of preserved upland and natural wetland. There are single-family and attached homes offering 1,219 to 2,756 square feet. Villas have two or three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and an attached one-car garage.
Buyers interested in single-family homes have more than a dozen models to choose from with up to four bedrooms and attached two-car garages. Options and upgrades can include ceramic tile, granite counters, and stainless steel appliances.
The clubhouse includes a fitness center, a movement studio, a game room, and a catering kitchen. There’s also a pool and patio as well as pickleball and tennis courts, horseshoes, and six lakes and ponds throughout the community. Harmony Reserve is close to Treasure Hammock Ranch, a family-owned conservation area that protects wildlife and native plants.
Low $100s – High $300s
Meadowood in Fort Pierce is an affordable active adult community without any age restrictions. It’s an excellent option for golfers, with an 18-hole championship course, a driving range, and a pro shop at the Meadowood Golf & Tennis Club.
At Meadowood, residents love the social and dining rooms, pools, patios, bocce ball court, and five clay tennis courts. Art classes and fundraisers are popular, and there’s a computer club that residents enjoy. Also, Fort Pierce is a historic and friendly beach town with many opportunities for swimming, boating, fishing, and outdoor exploration.
The new construction options are available as single-family homes. These spacious models start at 1,800 square feet but can be as large as 3,801 square feet. Buyers can choose a home with two and four bedrooms, up to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Many of the homes have open floor plans, extra den space, and covered patios.
Mid $200s – Mid $400s
Tradition is a master-planned community with a number of neighborhoods, and Del Webb Tradition is one of them. This 55+ community is eventually going to have 550 single-family and attached homes. New construction models come in six floor plans, ranging from 1,579 square feet for the attached villas to 2,589 square feet. Homes offer two to four bedrooms, two or three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
The clubhouse is under construction and will include a fitness center, an aerobics and dance studio, and multipurpose rooms. There’s also an outdoor pool and patio as well as tennis courts, pickleball courts, and bocce ball courts. Residents enjoy the dog park and the many trails for walking, biking, or jogging.