The Sunset Islands is one of the most popular places to live in all of Miami Beach. With gate-guarded access and some of the finest waterfront homes available – Sunset Island homes attract luxury buyers from all over the world. There are numerous benefits to living in these exclusive communities. The Sunset Islands are made up of four islands off the north western corner of South Beach. Sunset Island I, Sunset Island II, Sunset Island III, and Sunset Island IV all have fabulous MIami Beach homes in friendly communities; but the benefits of Sunset Island living don’t stop there.
Sunset Island is known for its incredibly friendly community which is cultivated by an ongoing culture of polite neighborly behavior. Some residents have lived in the community for decades with homes passed on for generations. The gate-guarded access adds an element of security which makes Sunset Island streets the kind of place one feels comfortable allowing their children to play. Sunset Island I, II, III, and IV are tranquil communities with quiet neighbors and friendly families. That is a major benefit for those seeking pleasant waterfront living.
Waterfront access is a key benefit for Sunset Island residents. Most Sunset Island homes are located on the water and feature dockage and breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay. Biscayne Bay waterfront access is a special kind of waterfront living – the bay is known as a haven for avid boaters. Biscayne Bay’s calm waters and crystal blue appearance bring boaters from around the world to enjoy its serenity. Biscayne Bay is also a great place to kayak, swim, ski and much more which makes it the ideal location for waterfront activities.
The benefit of location can never be overlooked; The Sunset Island are relatively close to the excitement of South Beach, but far enough away to avoid noise and any sort of dense population. You could easily bike into South Beach or take a short car ride to enjoy the wonders of Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive and some of the finest dining, shopping and entertainment in South Florida.