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Linda Brousseau Realty
Linda Brousseau
Licensed Real Estate Broker

1091 NE GLASS DR
JENSEN BEACH, FL 34957
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About Hutchinson Island

Superb Beaches are just the Beginning...
Spanning the length of both St. Lucie and Martin County is North and South Hutchinson Island, home of some of the Treasure Coast's very best beaches, finest resort hotels and most interesting attractions. Go horseback riding on the beach, see manatees and baby sea turtles, explore exciting history at the Navy UDT-SEAL Museum, embark on an unforgettable fishing excursion and much more.

Check Out Our Sublime Florida Beaches
We love our beautiful, uncrowded beaches as much as guests do! And that’s why St. Lucie and Martin County have worked to create countless public beach access points all along our scenic coastline. So when you’re here, you’ll never search long for a place to bask in the Florida sun. Plus, dog lovers can enjoy many dog friendly beaches together with their four-legged friends.

Golf Courses in St. Lucie and Martin County
Take a look beyond the world-famous PGA Village and the community-owned excellence of the Fairwinds Golf Course and Martin County Golf Course and you’ll see that you’ve only scratched the surface of golfing fairways in these two counties. There are so many fantastic, affordable courses that you just might decide to stay on your golf vacation in Florida a little longer. So plan a leisurely course of action today.

St. Lucie and Martin County Galleries, Museums, and Theaters.
Art also enlivens the cultural scene. Visit our art galleries and see highly regarded original artworks from the likes of famed Florida painter A.E. Backus and the renowned group of African-American sojourning artists collectively called the Florida Highwaymen at the A.E. Backus Museum and Art Gallery. It’s a palette of respected talent found nowhere else. Check out the newly renovated Elliott Museum with its fabulous antique car display and gorgeous works of art. And don’t miss the House of Refuge where long ago seafaring captains and their ships sought refuge and shelter. Finally, local theaters such as The Barn Theater, Lyric Theater and Sunrise Theater offer outstanding plays featuring local talent as well as talent from the USA and around the world.

You'll love this area! We spend so much of our lives indoors--wouldn't it be nice to have beautiful weather and water when you are outside?

You will never find a shortage of things to do on the serene Treasure Coast.