Palm Shores Homes for Sale

Quiet Yet Central Homes for Sale

The Palm Shores real estate market features a fast-growing, but quiet community located between Rockledge and Melbourne. Palm Shores grew from 210 residents ten years ago to a current population of 949, bumping the area out of position as Brevard's smallest town. In response to this growth, the town has bought two acres along the Indian River Lagoon to build Shore Side Park, and a new town hall was established in 2000. New neighborhood developments, its proximity to the river, together with expanding shops and retail centers make the Palm Shores' real estate market a great place to live in Brevard County.  Many homes for sale in Palm Shores provide the perfect place to raise a family or to relax and retire.

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The Town that Cares

Buyers are attracted to Palm Shores homes because the single-family housing for sale here offers a better value than in neighboring communities like Suntree. Large lots along the Indian River have caught developers' eyes and will be a place that investors target in the future. It will only be a matter of time before beautiful Palm Shores' waterfront homes for sale are discovered along with everything this charming community has to offer. Palm Shores has been nicknamed "The Little Town that Cares."

Properties for Sale in Palm Shores