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Pebble Bay Estates is an upscale neighborhood nestled in a protected cove along the Indian River. This desirable community features a variety of estates, some of which are located directly along the water.

Real Estate: Pebble Bay Estates properties range in size and design, but all enjoy the neighborhood’s lush tropical foliage, well-maintained streets, and proximity to both Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. Estates in Pebble Bay are custom built by some of South Florida’s most renowned builders using only the finest materials. Many estates are located alongside Indian River and host their own private dock. Pebble Bay properties boast luxurious features such as resort-style pools, outdoor lanais, elevators, marble flooring and more.

Lifestyle: Residents of Pebble Bay Estates take advantage of the area’s pristine location just steps from both the Intracoastal Waterway and the Atlantic Ocean. This proximity makes swimming, boating, yachting, and other water sports extremely convenient. Pebble Bay is within driving distance of Vero Beach, hosting several shopping destinations, upscale eateries, and a variety of entertainment and cultural venues. Residents may easily access Jungle Trail, which runs along the Indian River Lagoon, providing a breathtaking view of the water and surrounding scenery, in addition to several parks and golf courses in the area.

Education: Families of Pebble Bay Estates are located near several wonderful public schools, including Beachland Elementary School, Gifford Middle School, and Vero Beach High School. Nearby private schools include Ebenezer Christian Academy of Vero Beach and St. Helen Catholic School.

Water Access: Pebble Bay Estates residents enjoy the luxury of convenient access to the Indian River, sometimes right in their backyard. They may dip their toes in the sparkling Atlantic with a short walk across the A1A.

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