Resting in the southeastern part of Palm Beach County, The Town of Gulf Stream, Florida, is a small town of only .8 square miles. That being said, the town is ranked as the 11th highest-income place in the United States, according to the 2000 census. State Road A1A (North Ocean Boulevard) in Gulfstream is designated as a State Historic Scenic Highway. The road is home to the last remaining Australian pine canopy in Palm Beach County. It retains the original character and beautiful 1920’s feel of old South Florida. The town of Gulfstream has amazing views of the Atlantic ocean and really is a hidden treasure between Boynton Beach and Delray Beach.