Stuart, Florida, has an abundant shoreline and beach water clear enough to see through to the bottom on most beaches. Sea turtles and dolphins are mainstays along the shore, but nothing compares with the sailfish. Stuart is known among fishing enthusiasts as the sailfish capital of the world. The town is cozy town and also has the St. Lucie River and an historic downtown, complete with a sailfish fountain. This is a place for people who love to play on the water. The population in the area is more than 60,000. Fortunately for some who would love to live there, there’s a self-storage facility investment opportunity in Stuart FL that has easy access from the beach, downtown, and a federal highway.

Downtown Stuart FL

There are more than 50 locally owned restaurants, shops, art galleries, boutiques, and antique shops in the charming old-Florida downtown area.

Every Sunday afternoon, there is a free open-air concert known as the Rock’n Riverwalk. The gorgeous waterfront is the biggest draw. A stroll on the Riverwalk is a real treat. The walkway is over the St. Lucie River, hugging the riverbanks, and is lined with occasional benches, restaurants, and bars. It starts downtown and ends at a boat dock with many yachts and other large boats. At night, the Riverwalk is well lit. It’s a favorite with locals and tourists.

House of Refuge

Take a trip to bygone days. About a century ago, there were Houses of Refuge along the Atlantic coastline of Florida, which was sparsely populated. They were designated as safe havens for travelers and shipwrecked sailors. The United States Lifesaving Service ran the houses, which played an important role during a time when the world of commerce was dominated by sailing ships. The only remaining House of Refuge is in Stuart, Florida. It is now a museum, and it showcases historical lifesaving equipment as well as the Keeper’s living quarters as they were in 1904.

Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center

Founded in 1964, the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center is a marine life nature center in Stuart, Florida. The popular attraction on Hutchinson Island has an ocean on one side and a river on the other. It’s a great place to learn about Florida’s coastal ecosystems. Visitors enjoy the various features there on the 57 acres, including Sea Turtle Pavilion, Sea Star Touch Tank Pavilion, nature trails, a 750,000-gallon Game Fish Lagoon, and more.

Convenient Climate-Controlled Storage Investment Opportunity

One visit to Stuart FL is all it takes for some people to decide they want to stay permanently. There are plenty of celebrities that have frequented Stuart for the fishing, natural beauty, and overall charm of the place. Celine Dion is just one of many famous individuals who either live in Stuart or have lived there in the past. A handy investment feature currently for sale in Stuart is a 1.8-acre development site with an L-shaped 4-story climate-controlled self-storage building. Recent studies show the number of climate-controlled storage facilities in the area is very limited. It is in a high-visibility location and considered a prime development opportunity in Downtown Stuart.

Contact Argus Affiliate Weaver Realty Group, Inc.

The Argus Self Storage Sales Network has a Florida affiliate at Weaver Realty Group, Inc. Being connected to the nationwide network means major exposure to exactly the people seeking to make an investment in self-storage. You can visit Stuart FL for all of the many great attractions, but wouldn’t it be even better to invest there and dig in some roots in the idyllic marlin capital of the world? Contact Weaver Realty Group’s Josh Koerner at (904) 591-0140 today and enquire about the self-storage facility for sale in Stuart, Florida.