Located in Palm Coast, Florida, Palm Harbor occupies a 23-mile stretch of salt water canals, providing local boaters easy access to the Intracoastal Waterway. It was the first neighborhood established in Palm Coast, and you can still see the hints of Old Florida in its delicate palm trees and old oaks draped with Spanish moss.
Potential residents of Palm Harbor have many single-family homes from which to choose. Spacious two and three-bedroom houses with attached garages and sprawling luxury waterfront homes make up the local real estate market in Palm Harbor. While many of the homes for sale in this neighborhood are resales, there are still plenty of open lots upon which residents can have the home of their dreams constructed. Those looking to rent will be equally pleased by the huge selection of condos available in Palm Harbor.
When you’re ready to get out of your new home for a bit, you’ll find so many things to do in and around Palm Harbor. The Intracoastal Waterway is always nearby, meaning you’re never too far for a day out on the water spent fishing or just relaxing. Boaters will also love being so close to the Palm Coast Yacht Club.
If you’d rather stay on dry land, head over to the European Village. This all-in-one shopping center features six restaurants, six shops, five bars, three offices, and two cafes. Even when you’ve seen all the European Village has to offer, there’s still plenty left to visit in the heart of Palm Coast.
One of the neighborhood’s biggest draws is the Palm Harbor Golf Club. Since being renovated, redesigned, and reopened in 2009, Palm Harbor Golf Club has become a popular destination for regular tee times. The course on display here challenges golfers of all skill levels thanks to the natural design that demands accuracy and creativity to conquer. In between games, sharpen your skills at the practice green or grab a bite to eat at the onsite restaurant.