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The Jills Introduce 421 East San Marino Drive

Friday, August 21, 2015
Tags:   Venetian Islands, just listed, san marino drive

The Jills are pleased to announce the listing of 421 East San Marino Drive for $11.9 million. With over 190 feet of waterfront overlooking the sparkling Biscayne Bay located on an oversize lot totaling 25,812 square feet, this property is perfect for new development. This listing's advantages lie in the location and incredible views. The pool, cabana, and outdoor entertaining areas take full advantage of the properties natural appointment. It has a boat dock and lift and wooded deck with lush foliage. Enjoy incredible sunsets from this incredible find. Build your dream home on one of the premier locations on the Venetian Islands in Miami Beach.

The Venetian Islands are 6 man made islands within Miami Beach and Miami in the Biscayne Bay and connected to downtown by the Venetian Causeway. The Islands are Biscayne Island, San Marco Island, San Marino Island, Di Lido Island, Rivo Alto Island, and Belle Isle. Biscayne and San Marco are technically in Miami, while the rest are in Miami Beach. Rivo Alto, Di Lido, San Marino, and San Marco are comprised exclusively of waterfront and dry lot single family homes in a variety of lot sizes and architectural styles. The islands are family friendly and are ideally located minutes from Downtown and also from Miami Beach.

There are currently 27 homes on the market for sale starting at $929,000 and going up to $15,490,000. The average list price for a Venetian Island home is $6,652,296 and the average sold price is $2,605,793. If you are interested in viewing our listing or you are interested to find out more about Venetian Island listings, contact The JIlls today!

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