In response to the suburban sprawl which is found in most of South Florida built since the 1950’s, Abacoa in Jupiter was carefully planned to integrate work, live, play into a community of mixed use zoning and bringing all facets of community life together in one place. Abacoa is a carefully planned community of 15 neighborhoods incorporating the needs of daily life in one integrated master plan with schools, recreation, higher education and scientific research facilities all within the overall plan. One of the first communities to be built were the 188 Victorian styled townhomes of Charleston Court located on the west side of Abacoa near the Abacoa Golf Club.
The townhomes in Charleston Court are 3 bedroom floor plans with between 1,600 and 1,850 square feet of living space. These are two-story units with 6 units per building. The architectural style features a portico entry with columns on either side and the live oaks that line the street have had about 10 years to mature and provide a perfect shady canopy inviting you to venture out and enjoy all the Abacoa lifestyle offers.
The Abacoa lifestyle revolves around the walking scale of the Town Center, Roger Dean Stadium, Abacoa Golf Club, Scripps and Max Planck Society research institutes and the new headquarters of G4S, formerly known as Wackenhut.
Schools near the townhouses in Charleston Court include Beacon Cove Intermediate School, Independence Middle School, Lighthouse Elementary School and Jupiter Middle School. The high schools nearby are Jupiter High School and Dwyer High School, all part of the Palm Beach County School District. In addition, Abacoa is home to the Jupiter branch campus of Florida Atlantic University and the Harriet L. Wilkes Honors College.
Our beaches are just 5 minutes away, the shopping and dining in Palm Beach Gardens are only about a 10 minute drive and Charleston Court may make the perfect place for you to call home.