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Find Homes for Sale in Historic West Palm Beach Neighborhood

Prospect Park is a historic neighborhood in West Palm Beach, listed on the U.S. National Registry of Historic Places. Established in 1920, many of the homes in Prospect Park were built between 1922 and 1945.

These iconic Florida homes offer home buyers the opportunity to find a home with history and simplicity. Homes in Prospect Park frequently feature one-story Mediterranean homes with spacious yards, just blocks from the Intracoastal. Many, even the smaller lots, will feature a detached guest house or cottage, which was a popular feature built into early 20th-century homes in West Palm.

Thanks to a high level of homeownership pride in Prospect Park, most of the homes that go up for sale in this iconic neighborhood boast upgraded kitchens, bathrooms, fixtures, and flooring.

The neighborhood is bound by Monroe Drive to the north, and Flagler and the Intracoastal to the east; Dixie Highway to the west, and Monceaux Road to the south.

The Prospect Park Fountain
The Prospect Park Fountain, located at Albemarle Road and Buckingham Road in Prospect Park, West Palm Beach

Interested in buying in Prospect Park?

Contact one of our professional Realtors today at 561-500-LIST (5478). Our office is just up the road from Prospect Park, on Antique Row in West Palm Beach. We’d love the opportunity to show you everything the market has to offer in Prospect Park. A word of advice: not every home in Prospect Park that is for sale is listed online. It’s take a talented and professional Realtor who knows how to dig a little deeper to find off-market opportunities!

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