Located in the heart of beautiful Biscayne Bay, Hibiscus Island holds a special appeal for those who enjoy boating in calm waters and being close to the amazing amenities offered by South Beach and Downtown Miami. But what makes this community standout from other private islands in the area like Palm Island, Fisher Island and Star Island? The differences are subtle, but enough to make some luxury home owners choose Hibiscus Island.
Location is obviously important for anyone looking for luxury Miami Beach homes, but the quality of property and neighborhood are also features that are strongly considered. In the case of Hibiscus Island, it has one of the most exclusive communities in Miami Beach and some of the finest homes available as well. Some Hibiscus Island homes are famous for their fantastic luxurious designs; 297 North Hibiscus Drive is a beautiful five bedroom, six bathroom with 6,500 square feet of living space. The home is a beautiful fusion of traditional and contemporary designs with an outdoor living area that maximizes the incredible Miami Beach waterfront living experience. This home is currently listed for $8.9 million dollars.
The Hibiscus Island is also very unique in the area. There are a good amount of private islands in Biscayne Bay, but few with the central location and private access as Hibiscus Island. Hibiscus Island has scores of waterfront homes and inland as well – they are connected to the MacArthur Causeway by the Fountain Street Bridge.
Other private islands in the area include Fisher Island, Star Island, Sunset Islands, Venetian Islands and more. Palm Island is located just south of Hibiscus Island connected by the Fountain Street Bridge. Both Palm Island and Hibiscus Island have an incredible central location with private gate guarded access. Additionally, Palm and Hibiscus Island are a haven for boating enthusiasts.