The DuBois Family's Honeymoon Cottage Is Now On The Market In Jupiter

by Holly Gambrell Oct 13, 2017 03:31 PM

The DuBois family’s former Jupiter honeymoon cottage has hit the market for $1.65 million. The family was one of Jupiter’s famed pioneers, owning the 1924 cottage until 2012. 

The estate sits on 1.09 acres of land with over 100 feet of water frontage outside of DuBoise Park, just a short walk away from the beach and the Jupiter Lighthouse. 

The DuBois family estate is dubbed for paying homage to Jupiter’s early life, and John Rue DuBois, the eldest son, carefully preserved artifacts found on the property, which were later examined by the Florida State Museum. 

See photos of the estate below, courtesy of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty: 

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