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South Hutchinson Island Martin County

Known for beautiful beaches, nature preserves and parks, Hutchinson Island consists of two barrier islands on the coast of Martin, St. Lucie, and Indian River counties, Florida. The two islands are separated by the Fort Pierce Inlet and are known as North Hutchinson Island and South Hutchinson Island.

South Hutchinson Island in Martin County is home to miles of pristine and uncrowded beaches. It is the perfect getaway for the beach lover and water enthusiast, where you can surf, fish, boat, sail, kite-surf, dive, and snorkel. Beaches in Martin County offer free parking. Due to the county ordinance on building height, you are offered an unencumbered skyline with breathtaking views of the ocean. South Hutchinson Island extends from St. Lucie County Line to the St. Lucie Inlet in Martin County, with two causeways providing access to and from the island.

The St. Lucie Inlet ecosystem provides habitat for over 4,300 species of plants and animals, including more than 30 threatened and endangered species, such as manatees, wood storks, sand hill cranes, and peregrine falcons. Inshore fishing abounds with Snook, Tarpon, Sea Trout, Redfish, Snapper, Flounder, Pompano and many others, while offshore swims Sailfish, Mahi, Kingfish, Wahoo, Cobia, Grouper, Tunas and even Marlin!

From affordable up to multi-million dollar single family homes and condos are readily available.  Just check with us at Real Estate of Florida for an expert analysis of the market on South Hutchinson Island!