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September 2, 2014 / Oceanica Real Estate / 0 Comments /

Key Biscayne

Just south of Miami Beach and east of Miami, lies the small island village of Key Biscayne, a very attractive neighborhood, especially for residents with young families. The two square mile community offers some of the best recreation opportunities in the Miami area, located between Crandon and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park to the north and south, and the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay to the east and west.  With several never-too-crowded beach areas to enjoy, residents and visitors can enjoy bicycling, tennis, golf, fishing, kite boarding, boating, windsurfing, and sailing.

Residences in the community vary, ranging from affluent single-family estates, to luxury condominium buildings. Residents of Ocean Club will enjoy exclusive beach frontage and easy access to the Crandon Park Golf Course, while those living in Smugglers Cove stay secluded in their gated, waterfront homes. Key Biscayne is a perfectly balanced community of low-key local flare and relaxed tourist attractions, including one of the most popular, the Miami Seaquarium where you can see dolphins, manatees, sea lions, killer whales, and eight different marine animal shows. Other notable attractions include the local Lighthouse, Biscayne Nature Center, Bear Cut Nature Preserve,  and diving excursions at the barrier reefs located just off shore.

Whether you’re enjoying one of the local outdoor recreation opportunities, or viewing some of the interesting public artworks located around town, Key Biscayne is a community rich with local flair. Located just minutes from downtown Miami, Key Biscayne offers resort-style living within a city filled with world-class amenities. Whether you’re looking for quaint boutiques, elegant eateries, or local art, found within the community, or world-famous restaurants, shopping malls, and entertainment opportunities, residents of Key Biscayne truly have it all.

 

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