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Manalapan

The Town of Manalapan offers amazing luxury properties with direct waterfrontage on both the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway. Manalapan is a unique waterfront community located between Delray Beach and Palm Beach, famous for its solitude and quality of life. Nestled between the Atlantic Ocean on the east end and the Florida Intracoastal Waterway on the west, Manalapan residents enjoy beautiful beaches, wonderful weather, and a local community dedicated to maintaining the beauty of the natural environment.

The Manalapan Luxury Oceanfront Real Estate Market is comprised of opulent oceanfront-to-Intracoastal mansions located on A1A known as South Ocean Boulevard. These luxury properties offer direct oceanfrontage on the Atlantic Ocean as well as waterfrontage on the Intracoastal Waterway with fabulous dockage for yachts and boats. Manalapan residents quality for membership to the prestigious Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa’s La Coquille Club and usage of all the amenities of the club and hotel including the beach, pool, spa and the club room facilities.

The barrier islands of Point Manalapan and Hypoluxo Island boast many luxury properties including direct Intracoastal Waterway homes with deep water dockage for boats and yachts. These incredible waterfront and beach area homes are located on Lands End Road, Paslay Place, Loggerhead Lane, Little Pond Road, Churchill Way, Audubon Causeway, Curlew Road, Spoonbill Road, South Atlantic Drive, Southeast Atlantic Drive, West Oyster Lane, East Oyster Lane, West Marbella Lane, East Marbella Lane, Lagoon Lane, Pelican Lane, Barefoot Lane, Beach Curve Road, East Ocean Avenue and North Atlantic Drive.

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$35,000,000
Land For Sale
Active
PALM BEACH
COUNTY
4020 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Gedney Vs Pierson Subdivision
$34,850,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Pending
7
BEDS
6
TOTAL BATHS
10,344
SQFT
1120 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Hypoluxo Beach Map Subdivision
$29,900,000
Land For Sale
Active
2.47
ACRES
PALM BEACH
COUNTY
1860 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Gedney Vs Pierson Subdivision
$24,000,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
7
BEDS
9
TOTAL BATHS
12,828
SQFT
1275 Lands End Road
Manalapan, FL 33462
Point Manalapan 10 Subdivision
New Listing - 7 hours online
$23,900,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
8
BEDS
11
TOTAL BATHS
12,435
SQFT
1790 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
N/A Subdivision
$19,500,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
6
BEDS
8
TOTAL BATHS
12,453
SQFT
1840 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Gedney Vs Pierson Subdivision
$4,999,999
Land For Sale
Active
1.42
ACRES
PALM BEACH
COUNTY
Bb Inlet Property, Llc #1-5
S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
$3,995,000
Single Family Home For Sale
Active
3
BEDS
4
TOTAL BATHS
3,770
SQFT
90 Spoonbill Road
Manalapan, FL 33462
Point Manalapan 1 Subdivision
$2,499,999
Land For Sale
Active
0.57
ACRES
PALM BEACH
COUNTY
Lots 234 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Gedney Vs Pierson Chancery # 8802 Subdivision
$1,699,999
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PALM BEACH
COUNTY
Lots 23 S Ocean Boulevard
Manalapan, FL 33462
Gedney Vs Pierson Chancery # 8802 Subdivision

Originally a homestead in 1889, the sparsely populated settlement was incorporated as the ‘Town of Manalapan’ in 1931. With only 400 year-round residents and about 500 seasonal residents today, Manalapan remains a small low-density community. The town has successfully resisted pressures from large-scale developers by designating only 4% of the total land area as club and commercial.

Manalapan’s residents also enjoy the town’s centralized location in Palm Beach County, Florida, and close proximity to world-class shopping, dining and cultural activities in Palm Beach, Delray Beach and West Palm Beach.

Planning a visit to Manalapan, Florida? There are several beach area hotels to accommodate your stay including the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa (formerly the Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach); the Four Seasons Palm Beach; Fairfield Inn & Suites Palm Beach; Tideline Ocean Resort and Spa; Palm Beach Historic Inn; The Brazilian Court; and the Breakers.

Shopping is convenient with Manalapan’s Plaza del Mar. Enjoy boutiques like Angela Moore, Aqua Beachwear, Chico’s, Evelyn & Arthur Clothing & Gifts, Jeannie’s Ocean Boutique, Jewelry Artisans, Sea Stallion Traders, Sheila Payne Art Gallery and Stepping Out Shoe Salon. You will also enjoy the services available like Posh for Hair, Tiffany Nail Studio, Palm Beach Travel, an insurance agency, banks and several real estate firms. Be sure enjoy live entertainment at The Palm Beaches Theater also located at Plaza del Mar.

Dining is easy at the Plaza del Mar which offers a wide variety of eateries including Basil Bar and Grill, Ice Cream Club, John G’s Restaurant, Manalapan Italian Cuisine and Thaikyo Asian Cuisine and Sushi Bar. There are several dining options available at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa including Temple Orange, Angle Restaurant and Sushi Jo-Beyond Fresh.

Manalapan has many luxury real estate options with private white-sand beaches, immaculately landscaped grounds, and docks for boat and yachts.

Thinking of purchasing a beach area residence? Ready to discuss the current luxury real estate market? Nicholas Malinosky and Randy Ely are the number one luxury real estate team in the beach area as ranked by Real Trends/Wall Street Journal (highest average sales price). With a sole focus on the beach area, Mr. Malinosky and Mr. Ely have become the ‘go-to experts’ in the Coastal Communities of the Palm Beaches. Contact them today to discuss luxury properties and premiere estates in Manalapan, Florida.

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