Old Cypress Pointe is tucked away on the north fork of the Loxahatchee River with ocean access, a wonderful day dock for fishing and boating, as well as a nature trail within the gates.
Old Cypress Pointe is a distinctive and private community bringing both the true flavor of British West indies architecture and the last deep-water opportunity to the Jupiter and Tequesta area. With a location that overlooks a scenic 3 1/2 acre lake and the Loxahatchee River, Old Cypress Pointe provides a rare opportunity for thirteen lucky families. Residents can look forward to a classic coastal treatments, over-sized home-sites, deep-water ocean access and rich, beautifully manicured landscaping. Old Cypress Pointe offers multi-million dollar custom built homes near the Loxahatchee River. In this gated community, these CBS constructed homes range from 3,000 square feet to over more than 6,500 square feet. A secured quaint community, with thirteen distinctive homes, offering 5 luxurious homes directly on the Loxahatchee river and another 8 beautiful interior homes on quiet stretch of the Loxahatchee River soon after it leaves Jonathan Dickinson State Park and heads towards Jupiter Inlet. Every home in Old Cypress Point is unique, as many homes in the neighborhood were custom-built, some overlooking the northwest fork of the Loxahatchee River or the 3.5 acre community lake. These riverfront homes have access to the Intracoastal waterway and Jupiter Inlet, but there are fixed bridges to take into consideration. The waterfront homes have boat docks with lifts in the backyard, swimming pools and large outdoor entertaining areas many with summer kitchens. The Loxahatchee riverfront community is actually in Martin County, but the stores and great restaurants of Jupiter and Tequesta are close by.
This quiet neighborhood is far enough from city life and still gives you a true country life feeling with a short drive to restaurants, gyms, shops, and the beach. Amenities include boating, picnic area, sidewalks, and easy access to shops and restaurants. Resident children attend A-rated public schools; Hobe Sound Elementary, Murray Middle, and South Fork High School.