Locks Landing
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Locks Landing is a serene community situated on 185 acres in Stuart, Florida. Adjacent to the Okeechobee Waterway, this community not only offers a relaxing and family oriented atmosphere, but it is also in a sought after location for a diverse boater. Whether an interested buyer is looking for a fresh water adventure or salt water voyage, Locks Landing is ideally located between the expansive Lake Okeechobee and the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. Boaters can have the best of both worlds, here, in Read More +
Locks Landing is a serene community situated on 185 acres in Stuart, Florida. Adjacent to the Okeechobee Waterway, this community not only offers a relaxing and family oriented atmosphere, but it is also in a sought after location for a diverse boater. Whether an interested buyer is looking for a fresh water adventure or salt water voyage, Locks Landing is ideally located between the expansive Lake Okeechobee and the deep blue Atlantic Ocean. Boaters can have the best of both worlds, here, in Locks Landing. Other amenities include boat docks, a convenient onsite boat ramp, and boat storage.

Characterized by its amazing waterfront, lake, or nature preserve views, Locks Landing offers picturesque backdrops for its meticulously maintained homes. The community is comprised of approximately 243 residences, varying in size and style from one home to the next. Although the real estate selection is diverse, floor plans typically range in size from just under 2,000 square feet to 3,000 square feet or more. Read less –

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  • Boating / Waterfront
  • Shopping and Restaurants
  • Boat docks
  • Boat ramp
  • Boat storage
  • Community is set in serene location but still in proximity to major highways restaurants shops and entertainment
  • Family friendly and relaxing atmosphere
  • Lake waterway or preserve views
  • Lush tropical landscape
  • Quiet and private winding streets
  • Situated on Okeechobee Waterways with access to both Lake Okeechobee and the Atlantic Ocean