Six Reasons to Live in PGA National

PGA National is a 2,340 acre master planned community that is very well located in western Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  The community was originally developed in the late 1970’s / early 1980’s and consists of more than 40 individual neighborhoods surrounding the award winning PGA National Resort and Spa.

There are five 18-hole championship golf courses with four directly within the community boundaries.  The courses run directly through a number of the community neighborhoods offering amazing views and exposures to those homes that have direct golf course frontage.  Additionally, PGA National has been the home of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America since it was original developed and will continue to do so until they move to their new headquarters in Texas in the summer of 2022.

The are a number of reasons of live in PGA National but here we consider the following to be the most significant.

  • Outstanding Palm Beach Gardens Location
  • Gated Community with 24/7 Security
  • World Class Resort and Spa On-Site
  • Club Membership is Not a Requirement
  • Close to Shopping, Dining & Entertainment Venues
  • Homes and Neighborhoods for All Lifestyles

Learn more about each of our top reasons to life in PGA National in the paragraphs below.



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Preston at PGA National – Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Preston is an individually gated, 200-home single family home neighborhood that is part of the PGA National master planned community  located in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.  The neighborhood is located on the south side of PGA National just inside the guard gate off Northlake Boulevard and is intersected by the Arnold Palmer golf course.  

The majority of the homes in Preston were constructed in the late 1980’s to the mid-1990’s and have floor plans ranging from more than 2,000 square feet to more than 4,500 square feet.  A number of homes feature private pools, hurricane shutters or impact resistance glass and whole house generators as underground natural gas lines feed into the community. 

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