NEIGHBORHOOD GUIDE

FLAMINGO PARK 

 While Flamingo park is tiny, Its big in character. Tree lines streets, an eclectic mix of historic homes, and a true neighborly vibe makes it a great place to put down roots. If you are in town for it check out the Flamingo Park Garden Tour, it will give you a great idea of the wonderful properties and people who live there.  "The  Flamingo Park Historic Residential District  is a  U.S.   historic district  (designated as such on July 14, 2000) located in  West Palm Beach ,  Florida . The district is bounded by Park Place, Parker Avenue, Belvedere Road, and Florida Avenue. It contains 458 historic buildings.  It is served by the Howard Park Community Center, which provides services for the neighborhood as well as activities for other West Palm Beach residents. Flamingo Park is located conveniently close to downtown Clematis and City Place.  Flamingo Park's tree-lined streets are kept up by City of West Palm Beach employees and a neighborhood resident association, which recognizes a house every month for its visual improvement. The neighborhood strives to keep up its historic roots."    Source: Wikipedia

While Flamingo park is tiny, Its big in character. Tree lines streets, an eclectic mix of historic homes, and a true neighborly vibe makes it a great place to put down roots. If you are in town for it check out the Flamingo Park Garden Tour, it will give you a great idea of the wonderful properties and people who live there.

"The Flamingo Park Historic Residential District is a U.S. historic district (designated as such on July 14, 2000) located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The district is bounded by Park Place, Parker Avenue, Belvedere Road, and Florida Avenue. It contains 458 historic buildings.

It is served by the Howard Park Community Center, which provides services for the neighborhood as well as activities for other West Palm Beach residents. Flamingo Park is located conveniently close to downtown Clematis and City Place.

Flamingo Park's tree-lined streets are kept up by City of West Palm Beach employees and a neighborhood resident association, which recognizes a house every month for its visual improvement. The neighborhood strives to keep up its historic roots."

Source: Wikipedia

GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS 

 If there weren't signs to mark where Flamingo Park ended and Grandview Heights began, you would be hard pressed to figure it out. Just to the north of Flamingo park, Grandview heights is an even tinier enclave of historic homes. With all the same charm of its neighbor to the south.  The  Grandview Heights Historic District  (also known as Grandview Heights Neighborhood) is a  U.S.  historic district  (designated as such on July 8, 1999) located in  West Palm Beach ,  Florida . The district is bounded by Park Place, Alabama Avenue, M Street, and Lake Avenue.  One of the city's oldest neighborhoods still intact, Grandview Heights was built as an extension of Palm Beach Heights from around 1910 to 1925. The neighborhood has one of the city's best collection of early craftsman-style bungalows, as well as some modest, Mediterranean revival-style homes. Grandview Heights first residents were ministers, downtown shopkeepers, and the craftsmen who built the luxury hotels of Palm Beach. Despite having modest elevation, it contained the highest elevation to the south to  Cuba , and at the time provided views of  Lake Worth Lagoon over  Woodlawn Cemetery  and Pioneer Memorial Park. [3]  [4]  After a period of urban decline in the 1980s, almost all of Palm Beach Heights and portions of Grandview Heights were demolished in 1989 to make way for the proposed Downtown/Uptown urban revitalization project. This land, immediately north of the neighborhood, later became  CityPlace , a  New Urbanist  mixed-use shopping and dining district.  Grandview Heights neighborhood has been restored to a mixed-use, walkable neighborhood with a mix of mostly single family homes, modern townhomes, and apartments. Also located in the neighborhood are two historic churches, several bed and breakfasts, and small local businesses.    Source: Wikipedia

If there weren't signs to mark where Flamingo Park ended and Grandview Heights began, you would be hard pressed to figure it out. Just to the north of Flamingo park, Grandview heights is an even tinier enclave of historic homes. With all the same charm of its neighbor to the south.

The Grandview Heights Historic District (also known as Grandview Heights Neighborhood) is a U.S.historic district (designated as such on July 8, 1999) located in West Palm Beach, Florida. The district is bounded by Park Place, Alabama Avenue, M Street, and Lake Avenue.

One of the city's oldest neighborhoods still intact, Grandview Heights was built as an extension of Palm Beach Heights from around 1910 to 1925. The neighborhood has one of the city's best collection of early craftsman-style bungalows, as well as some modest, Mediterranean revival-style homes. Grandview Heights first residents were ministers, downtown shopkeepers, and the craftsmen who built the luxury hotels of Palm Beach. Despite having modest elevation, it contained the highest elevation to the south to Cuba, and at the time provided views of Lake Worth Lagoonover Woodlawn Cemetery and Pioneer Memorial Park.[3][4] After a period of urban decline in the 1980s, almost all of Palm Beach Heights and portions of Grandview Heights were demolished in 1989 to make way for the proposed Downtown/Uptown urban revitalization project. This land, immediately north of the neighborhood, later became CityPlace, a New Urbanist mixed-use shopping and dining district.

Grandview Heights neighborhood has been restored to a mixed-use, walkable neighborhood with a mix of mostly single family homes, modern townhomes, and apartments. Also located in the neighborhood are two historic churches, several bed and breakfasts, and small local businesses.

Source: Wikipedia

Homes For Sale in Flamingo Park and Homes for Sale in Grandview Heights, West Palm Beach, Florida

 

HOME STATISTICS

Low  - $285,000
Avg  - $587,135
High - $2,675,000

Average Days on Market - 99 DAYS. 

SCHOOLS

PUBLIC

Elementary School  - Palm Beach Public

Middle School - Conniston Middle School

PRIVATE

The Greene School

Palm Beach Day Academy

TOP 10 BEST RESTAURANTS NEAR FLAMINGO PARK and GRANDVIEW HEIGHTS

GRATO - GRATOWPB.COM - Grato's menu offers ingredients of the highest quality and includes made in-house pastas, a variety of rotisserie items, small plates and wood-fired pizza. The Mediterranean design features open airy spaces, large windows, wood, Carrara marble, iron and stoneware (custom pieces handcrafted by local artisan potter Ronald Shaw) to create a welcoming, approachable ambiance. An open kitchen with a wood-fire oven and grill with a large rotisserie to add to the warmth and provide an entertaining focal point.

GRANDVIEW MARKET - GRANDVIEWPUBLIC.COM Grandview Public Market is a culinary experience located within the newly developed Warehouse District in West Palm Beach. Grandview Public is comprised of 14 individual vendors providing unique experiences in shopping and casual dining. Vendors in the Market: CELIS PRODUCE, CLARES, ZIPITOS, CREMA, CRACE'S FINE FOODS, RABBIT COFFEE, THE CORNER, LRT BAR, POKE LAB EATERY. 

BASQUE AT BIBA - EATDRINKBASQUE.COM -  Basque at Biba brings both classic and modern interpretations of Spanish food to Palm Beach County. Hotel Biba, with its rich 89-year history and beautiful tropical courtyard, has a warm, hospitable vibe, making it the ideal setting for Basque's thoughtfully curated food and beverage menu."

TABLE 26- TABLE26PALMBEACH.COM - Table 26 Located in the heart of the historical Mango Promenade district and two blocks south of the Norton Museum of Art.  Table 26 is a neighborhood restaurant in West Palm Beach with global American cuisine in a sophisticated, casual setting.  Executive Chef Amit Jain has created delicious dishes to bring you back to the basics for Lunch, Sunday Brunch, Happy Hour and Dinner. This unique neighborhood eatery has a full-service bar and complimentary valet. 

KITCHEN - KITCHENPB.COM -  Kitchen is a contemporary American Brasserie focusing on passionately prepared, refined and flavorful flare with warm and welcoming service. Passion, discipline and the constant pursuit of excellence ensure high quality food and service at kitchen. Chef Matthew Byrne and his team prepare Contemporary American Cuisine using the highest quality seasonal and local ingredients to create a menu that is approachable yet refined and interesting.

JO BISTRO -JOBISTRO.COM - Jo Bistro’s menu created by Executive Chef Joseph Clark was designed to bring delectable healthy food made with superior farm fresh proteins, fruits, and vegetables. Recently added to the menu Acai Bowls, Fresh Juices, Smoothies, and Wraps. Each dish a work of art cooked and plated to perfection. Sushi Jo is next door too for when you need that sushi fix! 

SERENITY GARDEN TEA HOUSE & CAFE - SERENITYGARDENTEA.COM- Serenity Garden Tea House is a quaint, traditional tea house situated in the heart of West Palm Beach, six blocks south of The Norton Museum. A 1920s Florida home with all its charm retained, our ambience ensures that your visit leaves you feeling calm and special. So, whether you have an hour to spare or an afternoon, spending it at Serenity Garden Tea House is a great choice.

RH ROOFTOP RESTAURANT - RESTORATIONHARDWARE.COM  - At the top of the grand stair on level four, a dramatic 10,000-square-foot rooftop space serves as the central location for the gallery's hospitality experience, the RH Rooftop Restaurant. Here, guests dine under a soaring glass atrium while enjoying a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu by celebrated restaurateur and founding president of RH Hospitality, Brendan Sodikoff. The casually elegant space is surrounded by 16-foot-tall birds of paradise, walls lush with Asiatic jasmine and the sound of trickling water from the central courtyard fountain.

CITY CELLAR - CITYCELLARWPB.COM - Opened in 1999, City Cellar is one of the city's landmark eateries. Step inside the large dining room featuring a floor to ceiling glass enclosed wine cellar. City Cellar possesses a huge award winning wine collection that can be sampled by the bottle, glass or flight. The varied menu has delicious hearth baked pizza, dry aged steaks, fresh pasta and seafood. A small plates menu is offered featuring a daily flatbread, lobster mac ‘n cheese and other daily specials. A rotating menu of hard to find artisanal cheeses is available as well.

THE REGIONAL KITCHEN AND PUBLIC HOUSE - EATREGIONAL.COM - honoring deep rooted traditions, innovative approach The Regional presents a unique perspective on America’s time-honored cuisine through consciously sourced ingredients, seasonally influenced dishes, and the soulful inspiration of a chef-driven kitchen.

THINGS TO DO NEAR FLAMINGO PARK

Ann Norton Sculpture Garden Garden

Howard Park

Armory Art Center

Phipps Park

Dreher Park

Palm Beach Zoo

South Florida Science Center and Aquarium

Cityplace

Clematis Street

NEAREST DOG PARK

City Paws Dog Park 

Nearest Hospital

Good Samaritan Medical Center - ER

NEAREST SUPERMARKET

Publix Southern Blvd. 

 


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