Considered the wealthiest town in the United States, Jupiter Island is the southernmost of Florida's three Barrier Islands (the other two being Hutchinson and Orchid Islands). Located off the border of Martin County's Treasure Coast (directly north of West Palm Beach
and Palm Beach County), seventeen mile long Jupiter Island's legendary relationship with wealth began in 1715 when the Spanish Plata Fleet wrecked right off the coast spewing tons of silver and gold coins. Many of these coins are still found today only inches below the sand of Jupiter Island.
Jupiter Island Florida's exquisite real estate and promise of privacy have proven irresistible to the rich and famous. Golfers Greg Norman, Nick Price, and Tiger Woods (Woods paid $40,000,000 for his Jupiter Island home in 2006) live here as well as singers Celine Dion and Alan Jackson. Most of the homes on Jupiter Island are built on one and two acre parcels.