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Within the 520 residences that complete the private, 532-acre community, Sailfish Point offers so much variety that there is sure to be a home that is a perfect fit. From spacious waterfront estates and home sites to intimate oceanfront condos, villas and town homes with private docks—almost every home is waterfront property or overlooks the golf course. Sailfish Point homes and condos are individual in style and arrangement, while all are built to the exacting standards of this luxurious private sea island community near Hutchinson Island and Stuart, Florida. Having represented Sailfish Point in its real estate endeavors since 1979, Sailfish Point Realty has a long-standing reputation for quality and excellence in luxury real estate, complimented by unparalleled local market expertise. Owned by the members of Sailfish Point and exclusively devoted to the community, Sailfish Point Realty is integral to the success and legacy of the community.

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Membership Perks at The Sailfish Point Marina and Yacht Club
For many Florida residents, having quick access to the water is an absolute necessity. This makes the need for a membership to a local marina very important to being able to enjoy the Florida way of life.
Our Favorite Under-The-Radar Destinations in Florida
There is no shortage of great destinations throughout the state of Florida; and with so many communities providing residents with a host of services and amenities, more than 20 million people now choose to call Florida home.
Top Three Jack Nicklaus Golf Courses to Play in Florida
Since 1969, Jack Nicklaus and his team at Nicklaus Design have been continuing to expand their golf course portfolio – resulting in more than 400 golf courses in 41 countries and 39 states to date.
The Happiest Places to Call Home
In 2014, marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols published Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do. Despite its long-winded title, the book provides some insight into the human psyche and its connection to large bodies of water.
Florida’s Exclusive Waterfront Living
With its 1,800 miles of coastline and 1,200 miles of sandy beaches, Florida ranks second behind only Alaska for states that offer the largest coastal land area. However, thanks to its warmer year-round climate, the Sunshine State is a far more attractive destination for coastal living and one of the most desirable places to live in the United States. In fact, according to some reports, as many as 1,000 people move to Florida every day.
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