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  • 6259  Homeland Road, Lake Worth, FL 33449
  • 13159  57th S Place, Lake Worth, FL 33449
  • 1306 S Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460
  • 610 S Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460
  • 11357  Roselynnway Way, Lake Worth, FL 33449
  • 6299  Pine Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33462
  • 9212  Perth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33467
  • 1630 N Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460
  • 10  Intracoastal Way, Lake Worth, FL 33460
  • 1  Harvard Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460

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6259 Homeland Road, Lake Worth, FL 33449

Private 15 acre custom designed home with top equestrian facilities. Unmatched in quality, design & finishes, propbably one of the…
  • 8624 sq ft
  • 7 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 6 bed
  • 3 parking spots
  • $11,000,000
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13159 57th S Place, Lake Worth, FL 33449

  • 2315 sq ft
  • 2 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 4 bed
  • 2 parking spots
  • $6,800,000
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1306 S Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460

SPECTACULAR ONE-OF-A-KIND WATER FRONT ESTATETHIS TROPICAL PARADISE SET ALONG THE WIDE INTRACOASTAL OVERLOOKING PALM BEACH, WAS ORIGINALLY THE SITE OF…
  • 3400 sq ft
  • 3 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 4 bed
  • 2 parking spots
  • $4,800,000
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610 S Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460

Beautiful Mediterranean direct intracoastal gated estate. Infinity edge pool, wide intracoastal views, dock, spa, vaulted 14 foot ceilings, 4 car…
  • 4454 sq ft
  • 3 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 3 bed
  • 4 parking spots
  • $2,895,000
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11357 Roselynnway Way, Lake Worth, FL 33449

Tenant occupied through May 1, 2016. Nestled in the heart of Homeland, in this newly sought after gated community, lies…
  • 3814 sq ft
  • 4 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 6 bed
  • 2 parking spots
  • $2,850,000
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6299 Pine Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33462

This magazine ready Key West style Resort on Lake Osborne. This Property was rebuilt in 2008 and expanded into a…
  • 2918 sq ft
  • 3 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 4 bed
  • 3 parking spots
  • $2,300,000
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9212 Perth Road, Lake Worth, FL 33467

This estate home is truly unique. Its 12ft. distressed mahogany front doors give you the first glimpse into what makes…
  • 5712 sq ft
  • 6 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 7 bed
  • 3 parking spots
  • $2,250,000
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1630 N Lakeside Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460

Masterful design and modern luxury are uniquely embodied in this contemporary Intracoastal 5 bedroom 5 bath home.This one-of-a-kind waterfront smart…
  • 4641 sq ft
  • 5 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 6 bed
  • 2 parking spots
  • $2,200,000
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10 Intracoastal Way, Lake Worth, FL 33460

Beautiful house on the intracoastal, huge 300 ft dock, with lift for up to a 30 foot boat. Wet dock…
  • 3518 sq ft
  • 4 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 4 bed
  • 4 parking spots
  • $1,895,000
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1 Harvard Drive, Lake Worth, FL 33460

Breath-taking gut renovation has been professionally decorated and has 4BR/4 1/2 BA including in-law suite, 28x18 salt water pool, and…
  • 3051 sq ft
  • 4 bath
  • Single Family Detached
  • 4 bed
  • 2 parking spots
  • $1,749,000
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Learn more about Lake Worth

Lake Worth is a coastal city of 37,000 residents and 7 square miles, located in Palm Beach County, Florida. The Atlantic Ocean and the broad waters of the Lake Worth Lagoon form the city's east boundary and the beautiful fresh waters of  Lake Osborne its west.  Lake Worth is truly the place where the tropics begin” and the fun never ends, demarked by its literal latitudinal position. Lake Worth is a dynamic, multi-cultural city with a strong social and environmental consciousness. People are drawn to the city by its independent character, acceptance of different cultures and lifestyles, many historic structures, hip downtown area, and distinctive residential neighborhoods. The city has a rich history and is protective of its historic architectural fabric. Over 1,000 historic buildings contribute to the humanistic element and charm of the downtown and residential areas. The city is the geographic and artistic center of Palm Beach County. The downtown region is considered the artistic soul of Lake Worth, with a historic theater and museum, live music clubs, coffee houses, art galleries, antique malls, retail stores, and many restaurants. The city, also, is home to over 1,000 historic cottages.  It's the largest concentration of cottages anywhere in Florida. Located adjacent to the downtown Lake Worth area, the city’s quaint cottages are painted in whimsical pastels and draped by a beautiful canopy of trees. City of Lake Worth volunteers have formed a Cottages of Lake Worth committee to promote these unique cottages with the goal of encouraging tourism and maintaining improvement of the properties. From the world’s largest street painting festival to weekly concerts in the Cultural Plaza, there are many unique and exciting events all year long.  Collaborating with community partners, there is something for everyone. In addition to a vibrant historic downtown district, lively arts scene, and beautiful Atlantic Ocean beachfront, the city of Lake Worth - in partnership with several non-profit organizations - produces annual special events attracting visitors to the area. The Lake Worth Historical Museum preserves the history and culture of Lake Worth by collecting, organizing and exhibiting artifacts, books, photographs, and other materials which record the development of Lake Worth and the cultural history of the immediately surrounding area. Exhibits range from the very large, such as the switchboard from a hotel, to the much smaller, a collection of cameras and medical instruments. Display cases maintained by local Polish, Finnish and Lithuanian groups are highlights of the heritage exhibits. The area that is now referred to as Lake Worth was settled a few years after Congress passed the Homestead Act of 1862. In 1896 Henry Flagler extended his rail line south from West Palm Beach, making Lake Worth much more accessible for new settlers. Much of present-day Lake Worth was once owned by Samuel and Fannie James, two former slaves. While the James' where in possession of the property, the future town site was referred to as Jewel. Come and see Lake Worth for yourself! 

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