San Michele

If your budget is in the million-plus zone and you are looking for a large single-family house, centrally located in the city of Palm Beach Gardens, you may want to consider San Michele—an exclusive gated community on Central Blvd, just south of The Benjamin School and north of Hood Rd.

San Michele is a small community of only 90 houses, built between 2002 and 2006 and priced from just under $1M to almost $1.5M. The community of San Michele has a distinctive Mediterranean flair thanks to clay barrel tile roofs, arched doors and windows, tucked balconies, deep entryways with exquisite ironwork, spiraled columns, and round towers. Inside, houses commonly feature oversized master suites, marble floors, towering windows, vaulted ceilings, deluxe chef’s kitchens, crown molding, frameless glass showers, lagoon-style swimming pools, and summer kitchens.

San Michele is for people who want to enjoy golf-club amenities but aren’t avid golfers and don’t care much for the extra fees. The amenities in San Michele include a clubroom, 24-hour manned guarded entrance, a fitness room, two illuminated clay tennis courts, a children’s playground, and a heated swimming pool.

San Michele
Key Features
Home types:
  • Single-family
Home sizes (median living sqft):
  • 4,606
Monthly HOA fees (approx. as of date published; may vary by property)
  • $483
San Michele
amenities include:
  • 24-hour manned guarded entrance
  • Clubhouse
  • Fitness room
  • Tennis courts
  • Playground
  • Swimming pool
  • Marsh Pointe Elementary School
  • Watson B. Duncan Middle School
  • William T. Dwyer High School
San Michele
Home Prices and Trends
Current Market Snapshot as of April 2021
for Sale
(last 6 months)
Days on Market
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San Michele

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San Michele


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