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Sewalls Point

Sewalls Point is a town on a peninsula east of Stuart Florida. With the St Lucie River on the west side and the Indian River (Intracoastal) on the east side Sewalls Point is famous for waterfront homes.

Sewalls Point Waterfront Home

A home on the water in Sewalls Point, FL

Big water views, waterfront homes with docks and substantial boats best describe the character of Sewalls Point.

The town is connected to Stuart by the Ernest F. Lyons renovated bridge. The bridge was completed on May 19, 2007.

Getting to Sewalls Point

To get to Sewalls Point take East Ocean Ave in Stuart, east over the Lyons Bridge.

As you arrive in Sewalls Point you will see a shopping center on the north side of the road with shops, a few restaurants, and there is a Benni Hanna.

Sewalls Point has a population of about 2,000 people. The bulk of the town is homes.

Sewalls Point Indian River

View of Sewalls Point from Indian River

The southern tip of Sewalls Point is across the St Lucie River from Sandsprit Park. Fishing in the area is abundant with the St Lucie river close by you can get to the Atlantic Ocean in just a few minutes.

Sewalls Point is only a few minutes by boat from Manatee Pocket a harbor with marinas, waterfront restaurants, and tackle stores.

Indian Riverside Park

North of Sewalls Point is Indian Riverside Park. The park sits right on the Indian River and has a fishing pier, hiking trails, and an interactive fountain.

Sewalls Point Home

A brick home in Sewalls Point