Spectacular and rarely available waterfront ”point“ lot, means water on two sides. At the end of a cul-de-sac, so no drive-by traffic, and only one contiguous neighbor makes this huge 0.41-acre piece even more desirable. Over 320-feet of water frontage and capable of docking a 100-foot yacht, in addition to your other watercrafts. No HOA fees or rules, and unincorporated county location means low costs and low taxes. No fixed bridges, and just off the intracoastal makes navigating easy to either Jupiter or Palm Beach Inlet. A full block away from Donald Ross bridge makes for a very quiet, yet convenient lifestyle. Frenchmen's Creek waterway on one side is about 150-feet across, and Windward Canal on other side is 75-feet across. The advantage of riprap is
that it provides a safe haven and nursery grounds for fish communities, (benefits of rip rap- (http://www.naplesgov.com/index.aspx? NID=637), also no county permit needs to be pulled for either repair or replacement. Frenchman's Creek and the Windward Canal actually flow all around the area through smaller creeks and canals which are navigable only with a dingy or kayak but eventually come back full circle to the inter coastal waterway. If you are lucky enough to live here you will find in your back yard a living moving marine ecosystem which I, (the owner), have seen manatees, eagle rays, barracuda, jacks, and countless small fish, … even a giant sea horse, right under the dock. A short 5 min kayak from the dock just east across the inter coastal water way brings the explorer to the Juno Dunes Natural Marine Area with more to see. The property also has the most desirable eastern exposure, with the afternoon sun setting in the west, ocean breezes will keep you comfortable in the summer. Your privacy is assured by lots of mature trees including: coconut palm, canary island palm, traveler palm, royal palm, and Bismarck. A new home in this neighborhood is being built around the block with an asking price of $3.5-million.