Most people know that Miami Beach is a barrier island off the coast of Miami with amazing high-end condos and homes. But, it’s lesser known that Miami Beach is surrounded by luxurious islands that offer even higher levels of luxury living. Islands like Fisher Island, Star Island and the Venetian Islands offer an alternative form of island living that has higher levels of privacy and security. One of these luxury islands that stand out amongst the dozens of Miami Beach islands is Palm Island. Palm Island is a manmade island that was placed in beautiful Biscayne Bay in between the Miami mainland and the barrier island of Miami Beach.
Palm Island Miami Beach consists completely of island homes. The island is separated east and west by Fountain Street which divides and provides access to the island. The western part of the island has more homes on smaller plots of land with smaller homes. These homes are still incredibly luxurious and over half of them are placed on the waterfront with beautiful views of Biscayne Bay and Downtown Miami. The eastern part of the island is made up of breathtakingly luxurious homes. Every single home has bayfront access and is located on large plots of land. The homes fall under the category of ultra-luxurious and can have up to ten bedrooms.
The benefits of having a home in Palm Island are innumerable. The island is centrally located between the barrier island of Miami Beach and the Miami mainland, connected directly to Downtown Miami. Miami Beach and Downtown Miami are well known for having some of the best restaurants in all of South Florida. Palm Island homes also have amazing amenities like lush landscaping, luxurious pool and spacious boat dockage. The island is accessible via gated bridge which is monitored by security guard 24-hours a day. This exclusive access allows for a tranquil environment and valuable peace of mind.
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