Lake Worth is an extraordinary community in south Florida. This coastal city is comprised of 7 square miles in Palm Beach County and is home to around 37,000 residents. The city’s eastern boundary is formed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Lake Worth Lagoon. On the west are the fresh waters of Lake Osbourne. Lake Worth is the northernmost point of the subtropics, which is why it is known as the place “where the tropics begin.”
Lake Worth is a multi-cultural city boasting a hip downtown, numerous historic structures and several distinct and diverse residential neighborhoods. Considered to be the artistic and geographic center of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth is home to a historic theater, multiple coffee houses, live music clubs, a museum, several art galleries, retail stores, antique malls and great restaurants. The city also hosts numerous events, concerts and festivals throughout the year to keep the residents, and visitors as well, engaged and entertained.
Lake Worth has over 1,000 historic cottages, making it the largest concentration of cottages in the state of Florida. Along tree-lined streets the historic cottages of Lake Worth sit adjacent to downtown Lake Worth as a popular point of interest among tourists. Lake Worth is also home to a Municipal Golf Course located on 7th Avenue North. It is a beautiful 6,100 yard, par 70-course on the 1.2 miles of the Intracoastal Waterway. In addition to all of that, Lake Worth has great real estate options for prospective homebuyers to consider. The median sale price of a home in Lake Worth is around $132,000 but the average price is closer to $396,000 and homes can cost as much as $4.9 million, or sometimes more. There are several prestigious communities within Lake Worth that homebuyers should check out, including College Park, Journey's End, Valencia Shores and Winston Trails.
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