Osceola Park is a quaint neighborhood established in 1931 that caters to families who desire affordable living and enjoy residing in the heart of Palm Beach County. It has been beautifully redeveloped and is a charming place to live. It is situated on the south side of Delray Beach, yet still in downtown area. Osceola Park has a convenient location off of U.S. 1, just south of the central business district. Residents of this HOA-free community enjoy proximity to shopping on Linton and Federal Highway, Linton Boulevard Beach, the Train Tracks, and all of the excitement of Atlantic Avenue.
The neighborhood consists of condos, townhomes, lofts and single-family homes conveniently located in the city of Delray Beach. Residences in Osceola Park range from studio-sized condos to 7 bedroom homes with 1 to 5 bathrooms. Homes in this established historic neighborhood range from 876 to 7,382 square feet of living area, with most of them sitting on quarter acre lots. There are cozy bungalows in Osceola Park with modest listing prices, and there are four- and five-bedroom luxury homes in Osceola Park with price tags exceeding one million dollars.
Amenities, and attractions include Cornell Museum of Art, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple Grove Arts District, Wakodahatchee Wetlands, more than eighty restaurants, and several parks like Veteran's Park, Miller Park, and Pompey Park.
The community is in close proximity to Delray's famous Atlantic Avenue, making it one of Palm Beach County's most desirable neighborhoods to those looking to live close to the nightlife that Delray Beach offers. Linton Avenue is the commercial section just to the south. There you have Whole Foods Market, Trader Joe’s, Publix Grocery Store, Fresh Market, Target, and Home Depot.