Island Breakers in Key Biscayne is a ten story mid-rise condo with amazing amenities and residential features. Island Breakers benefits from a stellar location close to the entrance of the island. This means that going to and from the island is much easier for those who work off the island or enjoy visiting the attractions offered in Downtown Miami and Miami Beach. The condo has a traditional Key Biscayne design with spacious balconies and easy access to beautiful Key Biscayne beaches. Located on Ocean Lane Drive, Island Breakers condo residents are very close to Crandon Park and the Crandon Park Golf Course.
Residential features for Island Breakers condo include spacious floor plans, glass enclosed balconies, stainless steel appliances, washer, dryer, Jacuzzi tubs, marble floors, granite countertops and very nice views. Amenities for Island Breakers condo in Key Biscayne are pool with lounge chairs, poolside tables, poolside umbrellas, workout room, laundry room, assigned parking, quality landscaping and easy access to parks and beaches. Island Breakers is a quality Key Biscayne condo with its location being the ultimate amenity.
Key Biscayne living has numerous benefits. Firstly, Key Biscayne is an incredibly private island. The beaches are rarely crowded and even Key Biscayne’s major attractions are still fairly exclusive. Key Biscayne living is further enhanced by its incredible parks and facilities. Key Biscayne condo owners can easily access Crandon Park, Bill Baggs State Recreation Area and the Crandon Park Golf Course. Key Biscayne may feel far away from the rest of the world, but it’s really only ten minutes from Downtown Miami, fifteen minutes from Miami Beach and ten minutes from Coconut Grove and Coral Gables.
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