Living on Hibiscus, Palm or Star island means you can call Miami Beach home without actually living there, and that makes for the best of both worlds. By day, you can enjoy a quiet waterfront setting from your home. Get on your boat at your private slip to tour the islands by water. Or hop in the car for a short ride to reach all of the amenities of the mainland. People choose to live here for the quiet, private side of luxury living away from the hustle of the city. But if you like to sample the local dining and shopping, you can easily do so.
There are no clubs or restaurants to speak of on any of the three islands, but most of what you crave in Miami nightlife is well within reach. Situated right between Miami Beach and the mainland, you have your pick of either for an evening out. The MacArthur Causeway makes for a quick and direct route. Security is a top priority at these manmade islands in Biscayne Bay. To reach them, you’ll have to pass through a guarded gate off the causeway. They’re also accessible by boat.
Where To Live:
The trio of Star, Hibiscus and Palm islands boasts some of the most impressive single-family homes in South Florida. Star Island is considered to be the standout among the three islands. Hibiscus Island is loved most by boaters and Palm Island boasts some of the largest homes with the most sought after architecture. Houses listed for sale range from $20 to $40 million and upwards. Pick one of the three. You can’t go wrong.
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Fisher Island, Allison Island, the Venetian Islands and Indian Creek are some other great options to explore in and around Miami Beach.