El Cid

One of the most distinctive, desirable and well-known neighborhoods in all of the Palm Beaches

Welcome to El Cid

 
Historic, waterfront neighborhood of stately Mediterranean homes
 
El Cid is one of the most distinctive, desirable and well-known neighborhoods in all of the Palm Beaches. Known for its many gorgeous homes of the Mediterranean Revival and Mission architectural styles, the entire neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
 
Simply driving through the neighborhood is a joy, whether along the waterfront of Flagler Drive or through the hedge-lined side streets separating passersby from the Spanish, Italian and Moorish homes. Living there, however, is a treat only reserved for those lucky enough to snatch one of these ultra-prized properties in El Cid.
 
The location offers easy access not only to downtown West Palm Beach and the Waterfront but also to Palm Beach and Palm Beach International airport.

What to Love

 
  • The historic homes
  • Proximity to downtown, freeways, airport, Palm Beach
  • Running, walking along Flagler Drive
  • The street signs 
  • Canopy-covered Olive Avenue

Properties in El Cid

 
The most expensive properties in El Cid are, of course, the waterfront homes along Flagler Drive, many with boat docks. However, many of the most distinctive, most historic homes are tucked away just off the water, behind hedges or underneath a lush canopy of trees. 

Dining

 

Things to Do in El Cid

  • Norton Museum of Art
  • Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
  • Armory Art Center 
  • Antique Row
  • George Petty Park

Schools

  • Palm Beach Day Academy
  • The Greene School 
  • Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts
  • Rosarian Academy

 

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