Being surrounded by the Miami River, Biscayne Bay, the Everglades, and the Atlantic Ocean, Miami has a rich supply of waterfront real estates. Although there are some properties that are well priced for single family houses, most of the properties in the waterfront area cater to high-demand buyers with intentions of purchasing luxury homes.
In fact many of these waterfront real estate properties are homes to the likes of Julio Iglesias; Don Shula, former coach of the Miami Dolphins; Norman Braman, owner of the Philadelphia Eagles; Ricky Martin, and Robert Wood Johnson of Johnson and Johnson. Many of the small historic houses are slowly disappearing to give way to the new mansions for these elites, but the waterfront homes of Miami are becoming a sight to behold.
The waterfront used to be standing over swamp mangroves that were developed back in the 1920s and 1930s to be a paradise of the wealthiest and most famous people that this world has ever known. The landscaping are always maintained with well-groomed lawns that are simply marvelous to behold. The properties are situated with wide open bay views, perfect for breathing in the airy ocean breeze. The houses are architectural wonders using Mediterranean, modern Caribbean, and European styles to design the structures. This area of Miami is home to the most beautiful private golf in the city. The waterfront community is treated as an independent city heavily guarded by its private police force patrolling the streets and the waters.
The area is so exclusive that it only houses a total of 33 residents over 300 acres of which 80 percent is devoted to a golf course. The cheapest home found in this area is estimated to be worth at least $1.4 million. The prices of other estates go us high as tens of millions of dollars.