The Loxahatchee Club is one of our most discreet and understated golf clubs. Jack Nicklaus was personally involved with the design and the club is one of only a couple in the area to feature a caddie program.
There are only 285 homes in the Loxahatchee Club and they are spread over 340 acres with 70 acres of lakes and natural preserve areas. The location is right in the heart of Jupiter and could easily be overlooked.
The club maintains an air of quiet dignity and while you can find plenty to do, you will not find the busy club scene of an Admirals Cove or Mirasol. This club is for the true golfing aficionado.
Membership is by invitation only and runs $125,000.
Other Clubs in the Area
If you want to check out homes for sale in our other clubs, use these links to see them all. Remember, each club has it’s own personality so you will want to find the one that works for you.
How much time do you have to withdraw an offer? There is often confusion about how much time you have to withdraw an offer, or counter-offer in a residential real estate. Without getting too legal let’s just take a look at the basics. Offers and contracts can be verbal or written but as the saying goes a verbal offer is worth the paper it is written on. You can buy and sell anything with a verbal deal or a handshake but this won’t hold up in court if something goes […]
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