Located in Jupiter’s Ranch Colony, the Dye Preserve is a picturesque, private golf club surrounded by natural foliage and native fauna. Magnificent custom estates are situated along the tree-lined golf course, gifting residents with both sweeping views of the greenbelt and the protected nature preserve. Real estate in the Dye Preserve or Links subdivision consists of 53 single family homes, custom estates, and complete compounds that range in size from 2,100 square feet to more than 15,000 square feet. From a price perspective, home values fluctuate from $800,000 to several million, depending on the size of the property. Most of the homes were originally built between 1980 and 2007 but have have been remodeled or renovated to reflect current design trends.
The Dye Preserve golf course is the ultimate retreat for golf aficionados who appreciate the mental aspect of the game. Designed by icon Pete Dye, the course features fastidious fairways lined by tall pine and palmetto trees and dotted with stretching sand and wide water hazards. A purist golf club, the clubhouse itself resembles a luxurious lodge with well-appointed locker rooms for men and women, indoor and outdoor dining, pro shop, training room, and cozy sitting areas. Membership is by invitation only.
Ranch Colony is an opulent, gated community situated off Mack Dairy Road and is popular for its premier equestrian amenities, riding trails, championship golf courses, and private jet strip. Children residing in The Dye Preserve at Ranch Colony are zoned for Jupiter’s A-rated school system which includes Jupiter Farms Elementary, Watson Duncan Middle, and Jupiter Community High School. Residents appreciate the short commute to Jupiter Abacoa, Jupiter Beach, and numerous parks and recreation facilities. With easy access to the Florida Turnpike and I-95, residents can easily explore all the attractions in and around Palm Beach and Martin Counties.