Miami is synonymous with the rich and famous, with waterfront properties in South Beach and Coral Gables attracting the hottest superstars. Miami Beach, a resort city with sweeping views of the Atlantic, charming boutiques and a range of architectural styles, is another popular draw. Here, you’ll find some of the most expensive properties in the whole country, with huge condos positioned on acres of lush, green landscape. Here are 7 of the most expensive Miami beach homes for sale according to property website Zillow. All information is correct as of June 2016.
1. North Bay Road
North Bay Road is a tranquil road in Miami Beach Florida lined with palm trees and some of the best properties anywhere on the East Coast. This is where you’ll find the joint most expensive home in the whole of Miami, which retails for a whopping $32 million. The home has a private pool, overlooks the ocean and comes with seven bathrooms and six bedrooms. This property stretches over 8,000 square feet, and comes with loads of features, making it a top choice for someone who wants ocean vistas but speedy access to the best amenities in “Magic City.” The house was built in the 1930s and has been renovated numerous times since, with a brand new roof fitted in 2007. The house offers views of downtown Miami and the Intercoastal Waterway.
2. Palm Avenue
Palm Avenue is another highly desirable address in Miami, close to the many bars and restaurants that are dotted across Miami Beach, one of the most glamorous locations in South Florida. You’ll find the other most expensive beach home in Miami here, which is on the market for $32 million. The home comes with nine bathrooms and eight bedrooms and spans 14,000 square feet, making it one of the largest homes in Miami, too. This property has lavishly landscaped gardens, a number of swimming pools and is known for its glossy white exterior and large floor-to-ceiling windows.
3. North Bay Road
Situated on North Bay Road, the third most expensive beach home in Miami Beach is right by the water, with a private decking area where residents can overlook the Atlantic Ocean. Located in one of the most popular areas of Miami Beach, the sprawling mansion is situated on 19,000 square feet of space, has a huge 11 bathrooms and seven bedrooms. The property, also known for its unique architectural style, is on the market for $30.5 million.
4. North Bay Road
The fourth most expensive beach home in Miami Beach is also located on North Bay Road, one of the city’s most exclusive thoroughfares. This property has a stunning white exterior and resembles more of a stately home than a Miami beach, with scores of windows and columns. The beach home has a massive swimming pool in the center of the garden, too. This family home has a price tag of $25.5 and comes with nine bathrooms and seven bedrooms which are located on 12,000 square feet of space. The North Bay Road property is close to the restaurants, shops and bars in Miami Beach.
5. Palm Avenue
The fifth property on the list is located on Palm Avenue and is surrounded by palm trees itself, which are located around a swimming pool in the garden. The home comes jam-packed full of features, including six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and is situated on 9,000 square feet of space. This property is on the market for $25 million, making it one of the most expensive Miami beach homes.
6. North Bay Road
Here’s another property on North Bay Road. This one is on sale for $25 million and comes with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms. The property, which is spread across 9,000 square feet, features a Spanish-style courtyard with an abundance of plants, as well as water features, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a contemporary interior. The home is close to the hustle and bustle of downtown Miami Beach and has a secluded beachside location.
7. W 27th Street
The final property on this list is situated on W 27th Street. The home, which is available for $23 million, is one of the most stunning examples of Miami real estate. It has nine bathrooms, seven bedrooms and loads of space (nearly 11,000 square feet to be exact!) and is surrounded by lavishly landscaped gardens. The home has an open-plan design with a contemporary interior, large windows and glass staircases. There’s also a white gloss kitchen.