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    Jensen Beach is a community located on the coast of Southeast Florida. A sunny area known for pineapples and seafood cuisine, there is plenty to look forward to in Jensen Beach. Surrounded by beaches and with year-round warm weather, residents can enjoy feeling like they are on vacation every day. 

    Climate and Geography

    Florida’s climate is categorized as humid subtropical and defined by hot, wet summers and warm, mild winters. The climate is highly influenced by marine air from the Gulf of Mexico. On average, there are 59 inches of rain and 239 sunny days per year with summer temperatures reaching 90 degrees and winter temperatures falling to the mid 50s in the summer. 

    Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment 

    Some of the top things to do in Jensen Beach include visiting the Indian Riverside Park, Jensen Beach Park, Waveland Beach, Walton Rocks Beach, Jensen Beach Causeway Park, Then & Now Gallery, Normandy Beach, and Herman’s Bay Beach. The town is also famously known for its annual pineapple festival and is considered the Pineapple Capital of the world. Every year, during nesting season, Jensen Beach attracts several species of endangered sea turtles. 

    Cost of Living & Taxes

    The cost of living in Jensen Beach is almost exactly in line with the national average, and just slightly lower than the state average. The cost of living indices are all about average, with the cost of of transportation 10 percent below the national average at the lowest, and the cost of groceries 5.6 percent above at the highest. 

    Florida is one of the most tax friendly states for retirees. First, there is no state income tax so taxpayers do not need to worry about paying extra tax on their retirement income. Residents may also qualify for various property tax break programs like a homestead exemption. 

    Health Care

    Jensen residents can take advantage of the high performing health care facilities and hospitals located in neighboring towns. These hospitals include Martin Medical Center, Port St. Lucie Hospital, St. Lucie Medical Center, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital-Martin Health, Lawnwood Regional Medical Center and Heart Institute, and Jupiter Medical Center. These hospitals are all within a 25 mile radius and have recognition for work in various procedures and conditions, as reported by U.S. News.

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