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Clare Goyette

West Palm Beach / Florida
My team always referred to me as the Nike Girl, because my motto was 'just do it', get the job done and do it well. I am a transplant from Virginia,and began my Florida life in 1998. There is much to love about living here, the weather, culture, shopping, dining and entertaining. The area is rich in history and a fascinating 'find' is always around the corner. I enjoy much of what the area offers; markets, festivals, concerts, museums, a drive along A1A viewing the beach and Atlantic Ocean.
For 17 years, I have enjoyed the benefits of working in paradise and bringing the knowledge of the area to people wanting to build their lives and businesses here. I am particularly fond of the historic neighborhoods and the architecture. As well, for the golf enthusiast, there are numerous golf communities where the resort lifestyle flourishes 365 days a year. I am your guide to defining the life you want to live in "The Palm Beaches."

Served Neighborhoods:
West Palm Beach, Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, Palm Beach

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Neighborhood Guides by Clare

Top 10 Neighborhood Amenities in West Palm Beach

Welcome to the Palm Beaches. Escape from the rough, cold, dreary winter weather ‘up north’ and move to a year round average temperature of 80 degrees. We offer turquoise waters, blue skies and over 50 miles of sandy beaches. Palm Beach County is home to over 160 golf courses, offering private play at lovely exclusive clubs and well-manicured public courses. Water front entertainment is abundant along the Intracoastal with parks, boardwalks and lively venues. Downtown is alive with shops, restaurants and sidewalk cafes by day. Dance the night away in your choice of Clematis Street clubs, many featuring live music. The city of West Palm Beach, founded in 1894, is in the eastern center of Palm Beach County. Bordering the Intracoastal Waterway on the east and west to, the equestrian focused area of, Wellington. The city of West Palm Beach is organized by neighborhoods; several of these are historic established by geography, types of structures in the areas and the historic use or significance. In 1884, Henry Flagler’s arrival propelled growth forward.
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