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In-Town real estate is highly coveted for its romantic Venetian architecture, charming tropical streets, and proximity to Worth Avenue's world class shops and restaurants. Set amongst old Mediterranean Mizner architecture with its charming palazzos, winding vias and cafes, the In-Town neighborhood is reminiscent of Old Palm Beach. Living In-Town affords the wonderful mix of living in a quiet, neighborhood setting, minutes from the beach, the tennis courts and the supermarket, and having the sophistication of the city's world renowned boutiques and haute cuisine only minutes away.

In-Town residents enjoy a morning jog along the Lake Trail, past flowered, manicured gardens of the Island's grand estates, a day at the spa or a round of golf at one of the Island's fabulous hotels, and spending the evening at one of Palm Beach's chic night spots all within walking distance.

The In-Town neighborhood is a mix of Mediterranean estates, beach cottages, town houses, pieds-a-terres and condos set on quiet, lushly landscaped streets. In-Town homes start around $2 million, with residences on the Atlantic Ocean or Intracoastal, +$7 million. Two bedroom condos are more affordably priced starting around $700,000 and up. One bedroom condos average around $400,000 - $500,000 and up. Townhouses typically start at around $1.5 million and up.

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