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The Vine Post – Juno Beach

October 31st, 2017

The Vine Post - Juno Beach

#EchoShowcase…Agent Victoria Lorusso takes us inside The Vine Post in Juno Beach…looking for a place to find that unique wine or sit down and enjoy a glass after a long day of work…they offer a wide range of personalized services such as beer and wine delivery, wine cellar stocking, wine cellar inventory, labeling, evaluation, wine event planning, and staffing. Share this video with that wine enthusiast looking for that special bottle of wine!

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Transitions Float Studio

October 20th, 2017

Transitions Float Studio

#EchoShowcase…Agent Andrew Levy  takes us inside Transitions Float Studio in Juno Beach…Find out the benefits of float therapy for both the mind and body…and what 2 famous athletes are big fans of floating…Check out this video and share with your friends looking to realign the mind and body from everyday life stresses!

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501 Sea Oats Drive #A-1 | Sea Oats | Juno Beach

March 28th, 2012

This beautiful, end locale, 1-story home at 501 Sea Oats Drive #A-1 in desirable Sea Oats in Juno Beach has wonderful light. Volume ceilings, skylights, and lots of windows make this great room floorplan open & spacious. The great room has a wide pass-thru opening up the 2012 newly remodeled kitchen with beautiful granite and wood cabinetry, which is perfect for. A bonus room for formal dining or a separate den is off the kitchen. The guest suite is split for privacy. The master is your oasis. An open master bath and ample closet space is perfect to unwind. The enclosed patio with large dipping pool is perfect for entertaining. The tropical paradise foliage is private & tranquil. A community pool, low HOA cost, and proximity to the beach and restaurants makes 501 Sea Oats Drive the perfect spot under the Florida sun.

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501 Sea Oats Drive #A-1 - Swimming Pool

Saving Sea Turtle Eggs

July 5th, 2011

Saving Sea Turtle Eggs

After exiting the ocean at Coral Cove Park in Jupiter Island from a morning swim and snorkel, my son and I happened upon some white balls laying in the sand right in front of us. Once my eyes focused, I realized the masses of balls were really turtle eggs.

Being high tide and with a foot of swell, the waves were coming in fast and a few times washing over the turtle eggs.

We ran over to the lifeguard who said we might try Florida State Wildlife.  Florida State Wildlife said it was just a part of nature and there was nothing that could be done.  Not giving up, we called Loggerhead Marine Life Center in Juno Beach.  We ended up talking to Evan in education rescue.  Evan told me that they would run out to Coral Cove and see if they could save the turtle eggs by covering the eggs up and then transporting and burying them at higher ground. Evan said the major concerns were (1) the heat exposure to the eggs and it’s also hard to move eggs when it’s hot,  (2)  When a nest gets displaced, the embryos can get destroyed by the waves moving them.  However, the eggs buried below might still be okay.

We came back later in the day and the eggs were moved and buried with a stake marker of #3 and a pink ribbon.  It’s a State/Federal offense to touch or move eggs in any way, so it’s imperative to get someone who can. Below are a couple of photos of the displaced eggs and the danger of the waves, the stake showing where they were moved late in the day, and a sample of the many nests that the turtles create. There was also a badly injured Loggerhead turtle that washed ashore that got hit by a passing boat, so it was quite the busy day at Coral Cove.

If you ever need to save sea turtle eggs, please call Loggerhead Marine Life Center. The facility is also open to the public and is great for educational purposes. Kids love to go to see the turtles the Center is nursing back to health.

Loggerhead Marine Life Center is located at 14200 U.S. Highway 1, Juno Beach FL 33408.  Phone: (561) 627-8280.

Turtle eggs washing away in the surf

Reburied and marked turtle eggs

Seaview Homes in Juno Beach

June 22nd, 2011

Seaview is one of the most unique communities in Juno Beach for the reason that it combines single family homes and townhouses in one gated, oceanfront neighborhood.  Located between US One and the famous Beach Road, Seaview homes are just a short walk or bike ride to the ocean and the Juno Beach Fishing Pier.

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Click for Seaview slideshowTownhouses in Seaview are two bedroom, two bath floor plans with about 1,500 square feet of living space.  Inside you will find hardwood floors, crown molding, ungraded appliances and two master suites.  Screened patios allow you to continue enjoying our spectacular weather and the tropical breezes in a bug free environment.  Single family homes start at 2,447 square feet with three bedrooms and three baths and range up to over 3,700 feet, some with pools.  These two story homes have custom staircases, hardwood floors, plantation shutters, custom cabinets and 10 ft. ceilings.

You might consider a home in Seaview if you love to watch the sun rise over the Atlantic, a breathtaking experience that is different every day.  Or you might consider one of these homes if you like to fish either from shore or from the Juno Beach Pier.  Anglers here often catch their limit of pompano, snook, cobia and mackerel.  Or you might consider one of these homes if you like to bike or walk along the beach for exercise.  Or you might consider one of these homes if you are a surfer or kite boarders since this area is one of our prime areas for these sports.

Jupiter with the famous lighthouse and inlet are just 5 minutes to the north.  And if you like shopping and dining, Palm Beach Gardens is famous for both and it is just a 10 minute ride to the south.

 

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