The first neighborhood of Palm Coast to be developed remains one of its best. Palm Harbor contains a selection of homes, many of them large and well appointed, that are bordered by 23 miles of salt water canals allowing boaters access to the Intracoastal Waterway. Palm Harbor boasts many of Palm Coast’s most established amenities including shopping centers, marina, community center, office parks, and condominium complexes. The exciting European Village complex is also located in Palm Harbor, as well as Linear Park which features St. Joe's Walkway, a beautiful wooded path that partially overlooks the scenic Intracoastal Waterway. Woodlands is the next nearest community to Palm Harbor, just across Palm Coast Parkway.
The name of the game in Florida is golf and the "F" and "C" Sections deliver with the exemplary Palm Harbor Golf Club nestled in its borders. Palm Harbor is perfectly located just minutes from the access ramps for Interstate-95, yet it gives residents a feeling of perfect serenity in their ideal surroundings. Palm Harbor is to be found east of the interstate on Palm Coast Parkway and the beaches of north Flagler County are just a quick drive over the Hammock Dunes toll bridge on this end of town. Is the watergoing life the one for you? Palm Harbor is also home to the Palm Coast Yacht Club!
The "F" and "C" Sections have been actively growing for several decades and therefore the properties available are usually resale homes. The main thoroughfares are Palm Harbor Parkway, Forest Grove Drive, and the northern portion of Old Kings Road. Please click here to see houses for sale in Palm Harbor - the "F" or "S" Sections of Palm Coast.