Written by Dana O’Hara Smith 02-18-2020
What makes Hobe Hills unique is that you can buy a home that borders Jonathan Dickinson State Park.
Hobe Hills is tucked away off the beaten path, and has a wide range of age groups of homes, from homes built in the 1950s, all the way up to new construction. The lots tend to be larger than average for the Hobe Sound area.
Homes that border Jonathan Dickinson State Park
Hobe Hills has a friendly neighborhood community and no HOA. If you enjoy having lots of yard space, the lots are larger than average, so you have more space between you and your neighbors.
If you enjoy wildlife viewing, Sharon Street is “the street” that borders Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Now, I know that not everyone enjoys viewing wildlife (like I do!) but, WOW.
I do know there are wild hogs, bobcats, coyotes, deer, hawks, bald eagles, wild turkeys, and of course, a few gators.
If wildlife viewing is not what you are after, Hobe Hills also has a few small lakes and lots of rolling hills. It has a great vibe, large oversize lots, no HOA, and a friendly neighborhood atmosphere.
Prices range from $300,000 and upwards. Hobe Hills is not in a flood zone.
There are also vacant lots for sale to build your new home.