Every decade has its pros and cons, and the 1980s was no different. Maybe you didn’t like big hair or Pac Man or Dan Rather taking over for Walter Cronkite. But a Broward businessman eventually known for good construction and smart design was building quality homes in rural Jupiter in the 1980s. And today, his project, Bella Vista, remains at the top of the heap.
Built in two phases, Bella Vista is smack dab across the street from the ocean. There are 200 units all told — some of them with stairs, some without — and the views all differ. The 64-unit, multi-level phase called Bella Vista on the Park looks out onto Carlin Park. There is no elevator, so buyers have to be OK with stairs.
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BY THE NUMBERS
The real estate markets at Bella Vista.
TOTAL NUMBER OF HOMES
HOMES FOR SALE
Three sales in the past six months, with closing prices ranging from $215,000 to $259,000