Frenchman’s Creek is one of our oldest and therefore most expansive country clubs. Like Jonathan’s Landing, it was built at a time when land prices were not as high as today so more open space could be devoted to community enjoyment. Other new clubs do not have this air of understated spaciousness.
Frenchman’s Creek offers 2 golf courses, lakefront homes and waterfront properties leading to the ocean via the Intracoastal Waterway. In addition, the club also owns the Beach Club in Juno Beach where members have access to the ocean yet with all the amenities of the club close at hand.
There is only one level of membership priced at $175,000 and only one level of service: 5 Star.
Frenchman’s Creek might appeal to you if you like concierge level service, golf, state of the art fitness and an active tennis scene.
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