Osceola Woods in Jupiter, Florida is an Abacoa townhomes community and one of the five subdivisions exclusively devoted to townhouses. Developed by New Urban Communities in 2002, the neighborhood is a family-friendly community made up of 146 Mediterranean-inspired three-story homes. Amenities in this subdivision include a community center, a heated swimming pool, cabanas, and a children’s playground. Downtown Abacoa is also within walking distance where residents will find shops, dining, an outdoor amphitheater, FAU, and Roger Dean Stadium.
These three-story townhomes are available with two or three-bedrooms with floor sizes ranging from 1,853 to 1,998 square feet. Interior features include built-in shelves, walk-in closets, and large windows that allow plenty of sunshine to act as a natural light inside the home.
Parking is not a problem for unit owners as all of the residence come with two car garages. Ample street parking is also available.
Osceola Woods residents have to pay Homeowners Association fees to maintain the beauty of the community. The fee includes lawn upkeep, community pool service, basic cable, and general maintenance of the common areas.