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Palm Island is one of only a handful of secluded island communities known for their tranquility, exclusivity, and luxurious homes. One of the most exemplary homes available in this coveted community is 85 Palm Avenue, the pinnacle of Miami Beach Homes.

Boasting the latest in modern architecture and tropical splendor, the unique 9,700-square-foot floor plan consists of three distinct structures seamlessly connected by elegant wood loggias. With an open layout that incorporates indoor and outdoor spaces, lush tropical landscaping, and exotic woods and stones throughout, 85 Palm Ave is evocative of a tropical retreat.

The home’s 8 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, and 2 half-bathrooms are each bright, spacious, and rich with tropical but modern elements. Amenities include an imported grand staircase, high-volume ceilings, custom built-ins, designer fixtures, and world-class finishes throughout. The master suite has a large walk-in closet and an outsized terrace overlooking the bay.

Situated on a massive 30,000-square-foot lot, this paradise enclave offers stunning views of the water and neighboring Hibiscus Island. It includes a marble pool, an outdoor bar carved from volcanic rock, and a sizeable boat dock with two lifts. Unwind amid the warmth, sea breezes, and picturesque scenery of your island paradise.

Despite its seclusion and tranquility, Palm Island is just a minutes drive from Miami to its west and Miami Beach to its west, giving you easy access to a vast array of dining, shopping, and entertainment. At $14.9 million, you will find no better way to experience the ultimate in luxury tropical living.

To learn more about this exceptional opportunity, contact The Jills today

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