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Miami Florida real estate: With year round sun and subtropical climate Miami is a wonderful place to live. Greater Miami is home to over 2.2 million residents, representing diverse cultures from around the world, 60% were foreign born. Miami is the largest of the 30 municipalities that make up Miami-Dade County. Incorporated as a city in 1896, Miami is the only municipality conceived and founded by a woman, Julia Tuttle. The average homes for sale price in Miami is approximately $202,000.

Miami Neighborhoods of Interest:

Aventura Real Estate
After becoming a city in 1995, Aventura has established its niche as an enclave of tropical landscaping and water surrounding sleek high-rises and luxurious single-family homes and beautiful luxury real estate.

Majestic palms and shade trees line the roadways, colorful flowers cover the medians of Aventura Boulevard and Country Club Drive. Aventura Founders Park located in the center of Aventura, features a bayside path, a children's playground, tennis courts and a multi-purpose athletic field.

Bal Harbour Real Estate
Once used as a United States Air Corps training facility during World War II, Bal Harbour Village is now one of the wealthiest areas in Miami-Dade County. Here, two elegant beachfront hotels overlook miles of sandy beaches. Bal Harbour may be one of the smallest municipalities in Miami-Dade County, but it is also one of the best known. Covering a third of a square mile, the village has long been the favored hideaway of the rich and famous. The main street Collins Avenue becomes a wide boulevard graced by stately palm trees and greenery. And within walking distance is one of the area's primary shopping attractions, the Bal Harbour Shops, a collection of upscale stores and boutiques that draws shoppers from around the world.

Downtown Miami Real Estate
Downtown Miami reflects the dynamic diversity and cosmopolitan lifestyle that has made Greater Miami and the Beaches famous all over the globe. Low buildings, shopping arcades and storefronts tightly packed with merchandise evoke Miami's origins as a trading town. On West Flagler Street the original 1920s Olympia Theater has become the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, a worthy venue for concerts and performances.

Coconut Grove Real Estate
Founded in the 1800s as a haven for Bahamian seamen in search of salvaged treasure, this eclectic Miami neighborhood retains its quaint charm. Located on the edge of Biscayne Bay, the Grove (as it is called by locals) was established two decades before Miami existed. Coconut Grove may have changed since its days as a bohemian village populated by artists and radicals, but its zany charm and energy are as potent as ever. Located on Biscayne Bay just ten minutes south of Downtown Miami, The Grove is unlike any other neighborhood in Greater Miami and the Beaches.

Key Biscayne Real Estate
The secluded island of Key Biscayne can be reached via the scenic Rickenbacker Causeway, which spans beautiful Biscayne Bay. Located just south of Downtown Miami and north of Coconut Grove, the island touts miles of golden sand beaches and features a quaint, quiet neighborhood atmosphere where parks abound.

Miami Beach Real Estate
Miami Beach's lush, tropical environment evokes one great movie set, a fantasy world peopled with models and celebrities. But on this stage everyone can enjoy the same alluring lifestyle, relaxing poolside or beachside, lunching at umbrella-shaded tables. Collins Avenue, Miami Beach's main artery, carves out a scenic route parallel to the beach. In the North Beach neighborhood, Miami modernism is the favored building style while an ornate fountain sets the French theme on Normandy Isle.

Opa-Locka Real Estate
Opa-Locka features the largest collection of Moorish architecture in the Western hemisphere. This city was originally called Opatishawockalocka by the Tequesta Indians. In the 1920s developer Glen Curtiss shortened the name to Opa-Locka and built an Arabian Nights-style fantasy city of buildings with an array of domes and elaborate minarets in brightly painted colors. Opa-Locka has its own airport.


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