Just north of Fort Pierce, hidden between North U.S. 1 and the Indian River Lagoon is a tiny, 490-acre village listed as “The St. Lucie Village Historic District” on the National Register of Historic Places.
St. Lucie Village is a hidden gem where generations after generations of families reside. Located at 473 Chamberlain Boulevard, history buffs will discover the stone monument overlooking the Indian River Lagoon where Fort Capron existed in the 1850s during the third Seminole Indian War. Once you enter the village area via Chamberlain Boulevard, we kindly ask that you please be respectful of this quiet, charming residential area and remain on Chamberlain Boulevard. All other roads within the village are either one way or private drives.
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