Falcon Trace Sales
2698 Heron Bay Lane SW
Vero Beach, FL 32962
From the Turnpike: Take the Fort Pierce Exit 152. Go east to I-95 north and follow the directions from I-95. From I-95: Exit I-95 at Indrio Rd. Proceed east to Emerson (27th Ave/County Road 607) and turn left (north). Proceed to the Falcon Trace entrance on the right.
New Homes for Sale in Vero Beach, Florida
G.L. Homes presents Falcon Trace in Vero Beach. Located in northern part of Florida’s Treasure Coast, Vero Beach is commonly referred to as one of the "Best Small Towns in Florida". Vero Beach is also known as the “Gateway to the Tropics" for its location in a climatic transition zone that offers an unusual mix of vegetation. This city is also recognized as the “Citrus Capital of the World”.
Reasons to Buy a Home in Vero Beach
Shopping in Vero Beach
Independently owned shops, fashionable boutiques, antique stores and art galleries can be found in the pedestrian-friendly shopping district of historic downtown Vero Beach. The larger shopping malls and outlet centers are just a short drive via Route 60 west to I-95.
Arts & Entertainment in Vero Beach
Cultural offerings along the Treasure Coast are diverse and offered year-round. Events include theatrical productions, opera, dance, concerts, lectures, an annual book festival and more. For theatrical entertainment, two popular selections are the Vero Classical Ballet and the family-friendly Riverside Children’s Theatre. The Vero Beach Museum of Art features five art galleries, a sculpture garden and an educational wing for classes. Other cultural attractions include the McLarty Treasure Museum, the McKee Botanical Gardens and the Indian River Citrus Museum.
Dining in Vero Beach
In Vero Beach, you can find five-star restaurants as well as sidewalk bistros and sandwich shops dotted across the city. Light food and fine dining can also be found at Disney’s Vero Beach resorts. For the adventurous looking for real authenticity, Marsh Landing offers the true taste of Florida's pioneering times with frog legs, catfish, gator tail, fried green tomatoes and swamp cabbage.
Outdoor Recreation in Vero Beach, Florida
Vero Beach has many outdoor activities to consider. The Indian River Lagoon, passing through Vero Beach, is a hub for many water-centered activities including fishing, boating, water-skiing, kayaking and canoeing. Hiking, snorkeling, tennis and golf are also popular outdoor activities in Vero Beach. Some of the most exclusive golf clubs in Florida are located in Vero Beach. Indian River County, where Vero Beach is located, manages over 40 parks, including oceanfront, riverfront, inland parks, playgrounds and regional parks. Vero Beach is also world-famous for is beaches, an exquisite combination of high-quality sand and enough surf action to hit the waves with a board.
Schools in Indian River County
According to the School District of Indian River County, this school district was one of only 21 out of 67 school districts designated “Academically High-Performing” by the Florida State Board of Education. The district is also ranked “Grade A”. Public elementary, middle, and high schools are all options for your student as well as private schools and charters.
Special Events in Vero Beach
The city of Vero Beach proudly hosts numerous special events throughout the year for residents and tourists alike.
Celebrities with Homes in Vero Beach, Florida
The following celebrities have made Vero Beach their home, either full or part-time.
• Steve Case, co-founder of AOL
• Gloria Estefan, singer
• Mardy Fish, professional tennis player
• Carl Hiassen, journalist and novelist
• Sandy Koufax, hall of fame pitcher
• Ivan Lendl, professional tennis player
• Jake Owen, country music singer-songwriter
• Prince, musician
• Sylvester Stallone, actor
• Mike Tyson, former professional boxer
• Fay Vincent, former commissioner of major league baseball and chairman of Columbia Pictures
• John Walsh, host of America's Most Wanted
New Homes in Vero Beach
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