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|Posted on October 8, 2013 at 1:36 PM|
A gem nestled along the St Lucie River, Stuart, Florida is known as the Sailfish Capital of the World and part of Florida’s famed Treasure Coast. In the 18 century, several Spanish galleons shipwrecked off the coast while carrying untold amounts of gold and silver. Only some of this valuable bounty has since been recovered, giving the region its sparkling name.
Voted America’s Most Beautiful City in 2008, today’s Stuart represents a new frontier in South Florida. Quality of life and a lower cost of living coupled with open spaces and lower crime rates create an oasis for Floridians and snowbirds, alike.
Stuart has the added charm of being a city that holds its history in high esteem, lending an architectural diversity to the meandering, tree-lined roadways. The newer housing, shopping, dining and entertainment establishments share the streets of Stuart with pastel-colored clapboard Victorian structures, standing as proudly as they did so many years ago.
Whether you’re just visiting Stuart or, a local who enjoys getting out and about, there is no shortage of destinations and activities to suit every whim.
Set the stage for an exciting night by visiting the Lyric Theatre http://www.lyrictheatre.com/or the Barn Theatrehttp://www.barn-theatre.com/
Entertain with education at: The Elliott Museum www.elliottmuseum.org
The Stuart Heritage Museum http://www.stuartheritagemuseum.com/
The House of Refuge Museum at Gilbert’s Bar www.houseofrefugefl.org
The Children’s Museum of the Treasure Coast www.ChildrensMuseumTC.org
Sail the Salty Seas on “Lily” the Wooden Schooner http://www.treasurecoastsailingadventures.com/ tour the clear blue waters throughout the day - it‘s easy breezy sailing at its best!
A Few In-Town Traditions Include:
Gallery Night: 1st Thursday of every month - Stroll through quaint downtown streets while enjoying an eclectic selection of art - www.MartinArts.org
Rockin’ Riverwalk Music Series Every Sunday, 1pm - 4pm and the Musicfest on The Riverwalk the 3rd Friday of each month from 6pm-10pm: Both can be enjoyed in the open air breeze of the Riverwalk Stage - www.HistoricDowntownStuart.com
Stuart is a diverse, vibrant and historically preserved city. There is something for everyone in Stuart; from sophisticated single professionals to sprawling families on to savvy business owners, as well as snowbirds and retirees.
I encourage you to visit Stuart and explore the possibilities of full or part time living. Come see for yourself why life is SO GOOD in this sunny, treasure coast destination!
Copyright 2013: Valerie Anne Martinetti
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Waterfront pool features wide water views and balmy breezes ALL YEAR long!
Assigned Dock Accommodates Up to 34’ Boat - Located on 140’ Wide Seatan Waterway, 30 minutes to ocean, one fixed bridge (12 feet clearance)
Pets up to 20lbs are welcome
Home or Dock can be leased with restrictions and association approval
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