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Ideal Living, a country club and lifestyle magazine, had nothing but praise for South Florida golf and country club, Harbour Ridge, discussing how its receptive staff, full amenity services, and high standards caught the online magazine’s eye. “As one of the first private waterfront golf communities in the state of Florida,” Ideal Living explained, “Harbour Ridge has become a proud treasure of the Treasure Coast.” Through its dedication to service and commitment to quality, Harbour Ridge has worked to be an inseparable part of the Treasure Coast-and a great club that excels the standards of Ideal Living. Of particular interest to the publication is Harbour Ridge’s location, its natural surroundings, and its amenities. After all, they are what help a club stand out, and their level of quality and service are measures to judge a club by. Check out why Ideal Living spoke so highly of Harbour Ridge’s offerings.

The Amenities

Harbour Ridge’s extensive amenities accommodate to every interest and hobby. A full list of clubs range from photography to books to even biking. A full social calendar hosts events and holidays for members to meet each other, congregate, and connect. Outdoorsy types will enjoy everything that the Club has to offer, from nine tennis courts, complete with tennis shop and training sessions from professionals, to the two golf courses designed by Pete and P.B. Dye and Joe Lee, the Golf Pro Center where players can improve their game with the help of golf pros, the fully stocked golf shop, and the Golf Club where players can cool off after a long game with drinks and good company. The fully equipped Marina has kayaks and paddleboards ready for rental, so that the residents of Harbour Ridge can explore their wild backyard.

The Nature

South Florida has the privilege of possessing a rare and unique ecosystem, filled with exotic species of both animals and plants. Winding right past Harbour Ridge and through its marina is the St. Lucie River, one of the Treasure Coast’s largest bodies of water. Thousands of species feed from it and call it home, ranging from cattle egrets to river otters. Nature isn’t just outside of the community-Harbour Ridge works to preserve both native plant species and animal life that lives within the community. Both golf courses have been recognized as Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuaries, from to the efforts of course maintenance staff to protect the natural area surrounding it. Due to their hard work, many golfers have spotted eagles, sandhill cranes, and bobcats on the edges of the course.

The Town

Harbour Ridge has prime location close to not just rare natural areas, but also cozy towns and diverse locals. Serving as a small beach and destination town, Stuart is a short drive from the Club. A ‘flip flop and t shirt’ kind of town, the residents here enjoy a breezy, laid back lifestyle. Downtown Stuart hosts all kinds of art and culture related events, ranging from street festivals with live music to gallery showings with works done by local artists. Stuart’s history is expansive and alive as well, featuring a shipwreck to scuba dive to and explore, museums that collect memorabilia regarding Stuart’s role as a train shipping location, and the history of the Native people who lived here years ago.

Harbour Ridge is the best of the best. The two championship golf courses wind along the river with beautiful views throughout the entire courses. Residents can entertain themselves at the new Lakeside Fitness Center or explore the surrounding area with kayaks and boat rentals from the on-site Marina. An active calendar of events informs residents of the activities that will take place in the neighborhood, and consists of everything from sporting events to dinners and social gatherings.

To learn more about the unique Florida lifestyle offered at Harbour Ridge and the wide variety of residential real estate offerings available, CLICK HERE. We will email you a digital brochure that highlights the amenities and lifestyle of our waterfront community.