Rialto in Jupiter is a gated, family-friendly neighborhood that abuts Jonathan Dickinson State Park and Jupiter Community Park. Developed in 2010 by respected builder Lennar Homes, real estate in Rialto is comprised of 484 single family homes. These mix Mediterranean and Mission inspired homes are a part of either the Executive or Presidential collections. Together, these collections boast nine different home models, ranging from a one story, three-bedroom and two-bathroom residence with approximately 2,000 square feet of living space to an expansive six bedroom, five bathroom estate with more than 5,400 square feet of living space. Many of the homes feature wood cabinets, ceramic tile floors, stain-resistant carpets, gourmet kitchens, clerestory windows, impact glass, two-car garage, walk-in closets, and high-end appointments. From an exterior perspective, homes in Rialto showcase Spanish barrel tile roofs, lush landscape, and private backyards with lake or preserve views. Many homes have backyard swimming pools and summer kitchens as well. A notable feature in Rialto is its large lot size: homes are situated on a quarter acre to half acre lots.
Amenities in this gated community include a resort-style swimming pool, large sun deck, splash park, children’s pool, full basketball court, tennis courts, a tot lot playground, walking paths, grand clubhouse, fitness center with separate kids’ play area, social room, and full catering kitchen. Prices range from $450,000 upward to $1 million, depending on the square footage, upgrades, and lot preference. Located just north of Indiantown Road off Island Way, Rialto is convenient to area attractions such as Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter Lighthouse, the Maltz Theater, Burt Reynolds Museum and Park, Loxahatchee River Center, Jupiter Yacht Club, and the beautiful Jupiter Beach. Families are pleased to be zoned for Jupiter’s A-rated schools and residents appreciate the short commute to Abacoa Town Center, Roger Dean Stadium, the Gardens Mall, Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, and the restaurant corridor known as PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens. Rialto is easily accessible via I-95 and the Florida Turnpike and is only a 20 minute drive from the Palm Beach International Airport.