Beautiful Hibiscus Island is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in South Florida, offering unrivaled luxury living. With less than 400 inhabitants and only a few dozen single-family homes, you’ll feel a great sense of privacy. The sheer beauty of this lush island provides a warm and relaxing atmosphere few communities can match. The following represent some of the finest Miami Beach Homes on the market.
The first property is on 279 N Hibiscus Dr. Built in 1978, this fully-renovated tri-level home has 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, and a total living area of 5,541 square feet. Nestled in lush tropical landscaping and lots totally 10,500 square feet, this charming single-family home ensures ample space for relaxation, recreation, and privacy. Among its many unique features are high and elegant skylight atrium, marble accented cantilevered staircase, and large windows in most rooms (which maximizes both natural lighting and the fantastic waterfront view). The exterior includes pool, spa, 60 feet of waterfront, and 300 square foot dock ample to accommodate any boater’s preference. Offered at $5,900,000.
Finally, there is the property on 106 W 4 Court. This distinct home bears classical design with a modern twist. Built in 1945, it is fully-updated and totally renovated, with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a living area of 2,400 square feet. The home is fully-stocked with the top-of-the-line appliances from brands like Sub Zero, DCS, and Bosch. It includes a sleek kitchen, master bathroom and bedroom, marble and hardwood flooring, expansive closets, fireplace, and den. Its large corner lot is among the most is among the most lush on the island, including avocado, banana, and mango trees. Offered at $1,595,000.
Whichever home you choose, keep in mind that gate-guarded Hibiscus Island isn’t far from either the city of Miami or Miami Beach, which means you’ll be able to easily enjoy some of the best dining, entertainment, and shopping in the world. To learn more about these and other amazing Miami Beach Homes, contact The Jills today.