If you are looking for a lower cost of living, a smaller and more relaxed atmosphere, and access to some of the best beaches, parks and preserves, then Stuart is the perfect place for you to call home.
Stuart boasts some top-rated public and private schools, great medical facilities, and quick access to Florida’s metropolitan areas.
We love the fact that this community is built around the small fishing village mindset. Though it has grown in population and development over the years, you can still enjoy the small town charm.
You can enjoy the sunrise over the beach in the mornings, and will never tire of seeing the lighthouse on a drive over our beautiful waterways.
Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center
A 57-acre marine life nature center located on Hutchinson Island in Stuart with features hands-on learning for children and adults.
The charm of this historic downtown is undeniable, with over 50 locally-owned shops, restaurants and galleries lining the St, Lucie River
A picturesque bay in Port Salerno that includes restaurants, bait shops, marinas, and a bustling art center.
Stuart Heritage Museum
The museum has a fascinating collection of artifacts from Stuart's past.
World Famous Beaches
Calm, clear waters that are perfect for swimming, stand-up paddle boarding, surfing and snorkeling.
Boating & Fishing Charters
Whether inland or off-shore, there's no shortage of opportunities for casual cruising and deep sea charters.
The Twisted Tuna Caribbean food & drinks in a casual, island setting. AMAZING views!
South Fork Kitchen
Dune Dog Cafe
Shrimper's Grill $ Raw House
District Table & Bar
Spritz City Bistro
Casual upscale dining known for tapas & small plates and craft cocktails
Harry and the Natives Local seafood with a relaxed environment
Dolphin Bar & Shrimp House
Mulligan's Beach House & Grill
Charlie's Neighborhood Bar & Grill
Vine & Barley
King Neptune's Seafood
Stellar drinks with intracoastal views
Stuart offers miles of picturesque beaches, old battle grounds, and community parks.
Martin County Fair
This fair is held in January and features rides, games, food, and entertainment.
Stuart Boat Show
This boat show is held in February and features a variety of boats and marine products from local and national dealers.
Martin County Arts Festival
This arts festival is held in March and features a variety of art from local and national artists.
Hobe Sound Beach Festival
This beach festival is held in April and features live music, food, and activities for all ages.
Jensen Beach Seafood Festival
This seafood festival is held in May and features a variety of seafood dishes, live music, and activities for all ages.
Stuart Air Show
This air show is held in November and features a variety of military and civilian aircraft.
The medical services in Martin County, Florida are generally very good. The county has a number of hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers that offer a wide range of services.
Martin County is home to several high-quality healthcare facilities, including Cleveland Clinic Martin Health, Martin Memorial Medical Center, and Jupiter Medical Center. These hospitals offer a full range of medical and surgical services, including emergency care, primary care, specialty care, mental health care, pediatric care, and senior care.
In addition to hospitals, Martin County also has a number of clinics and other healthcare providers that offer a variety of services. These providers include primary care physicians, specialists, urgent care centers, and rehabilitation centers.
Cleveland Clinic Martin Health (772) 287-5200
Martin Memorial Medical Center (772) 287-5200
Jupiter Medical Center (561) 932-0995
Urgent Care of the Treasure Coast (772) 210-3979
The School District of Martin County provides public education. Jensen Beach is close to several private, charter and religious schools.
PRIVATE, CHARTER AND RELIGIOUS
Average Temp Per Month
Stuart has a humid subtropical climate with hot, rainy summers and mild winters. Summer temps range from mid80s to mid-90s F, while winter temps range from mid-60s to low-70s F. The region is hurricane-prone, with a high risk of tropical storms from June to November.
Overall, Stuart’s climate is characterized by warm temperatures, high humidity, and frequent rainfall. The good news is that we get to enjoy our outdoor lifestyle year round!
The housing market in Stuart is vibrant and diverse; it has experienced steady growth in recent years due to its desirable location and amenities. The demand for housing is generally high, resulting in a competitive market.
It offers growing employment opportunities in tourism, healthcare, and technology.
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