Northwood Hills neighborhood was established in 1925 and is the 13th Historic District in West Palm Beach, Florida. Northwood Hills comprises the area from 29th Street on the South to 39th Court on the North and also located on the highest point in South Florida. Northwood Hills was made famous by the 1920’s architects and builders. Homes in this historic district include Mediterranean Revival, Mission styles, Castle-style homes, and Mid-Century modern homes. Northwood Hills homes offer a variety of home sizes ranging from 2 to 5 bedroom, 2 to 5 bathrooms and 2 to 3 car garage on average.
Northwood Hills Real Estate
If you are looking for charming and historical homes, then Northwood Hills is a community in West Palm Beach that should be considered. There are 1 and 2 story homes and many have interesting architectural details including crown molding, wood floors, fireplaces, antique front doors, and more.
In Northwood Hills, West Palm Beach membership of Homeowner Association is voluntary with a low HOA fee.
Northwood Hills Amenities And Lifestyle
Northwood Hills offers many activities nearby including the Intracoastal waterway and downtown West Palm Beach. Living in Northwood Hills, you are minutes to great dining, the beach, cultural activities, and entertainment that includes golf courses, museums, wine bars, restaurants, and coffee bars.
This neighborhood in Northwood Hills consists of few blocks, with picturesque filled with galleries, shops, and antique stores.
Schools For Northwood Hills
- Northmore Elementary School
- Roosevelt Community Middle School
- Palm Beach Lake Community High School