Wellington offers a great deal of diversity in neighborhoods and housing options. Housing is available in a wide range of price, from condos and townhouses, to elegant single family homes and stately estates. The population is approximately 50,000 and the average household income is approximately $70,000. Wellington is home to the world famous Palm Beach Polo and Equestrian Club, with a full winter polo season and equestrian activities at Stadium Jumping, one the world’s premiere equestrian facilities. The southern part of the Village is comprised of mostly horse farms, nurseries, agriculture and equestrian related uses. A private airport community, the Aero Club, is located in the western portion, providing small plane owners with a landing strip practically in their back yards.
The Village offers eight churches, encompassing most major denominations. It has six schools, including, Wellington Elementary, New Horizons Elementary, Panther Run Elementary, Wellington Landings Middle School, Polo Park Middle School, and two high schools, Wellington High, and Palm Beach Central. Residents and visitors can patronize one of the five shopping centers, movie theaters, a branch of the Palm Beach County Library and numerous fine restaurants. Two major hospitals are located just outside the Wellington borders. Other notable features include bike and jogging trails, neighborhood and community parks, a recently dedicated Village Park and recreation center, a centerpiece lake, numerous golf courses and country clubs, tennis courts and a skate park.
Wellington offers country club living: golf, tennis, swimming, physical fitness and equestrian facilities. There are activities for young and old, civic and social organizations for every interest. There is a Boys and Girls Club, supervised youth baseball, soccer and swimming programs. Boating, sculling, fishing and sailing can be enjoyed on scenic Lake Wellington.
Wellington…..a great place to live and do business. If you are planning to relocate or visit, let us say “Welcome to Welly-world”.