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What $10M buys across Miami's islands

From Fisher Island to Key Biscayne

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods.

With this week's budget of $10 million, we're checking out five homes on some of Miami's most desired islands: Fisher Island, Palm Island, Hibiscus Island, South Beach and Key Biscayne.

↑ Fisher Island: 6919 Valencia Drive

$10 million

Fresh off a $5-million reduction, this rare home on Fisher Island has five bedrooms, 5.5 half bathrooms and comes fully furnished. The remodeled residence is just under 6,000 square feet and includes two golf carts.

↑ Palm Island: 233 South Coconut Lane

$8.89 million

Listed closer to $10 million last November, this yacht-inspired modern home features five bedrooms, over 6,600 square feet, and a pool with underwater windows.

↑ Hibiscus Island: 280 South Hibiscus Drive

$9.48 million

This six-bed, 7.5-bath Mediterranean is 6,201 square feet with an infinity edge salt water pool and spa.

↑ South Beach: 50 South Pointe Drive # TWN5

$8.7 million

Here's a four-bedroom townhouse at Continuum North Tower with 4,316 square feet and ocean views from each level.


↑ Key Biscayne: 220 Knollwood Drive

$9.9 million

This 6,042-square-foot waterfront home has five bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, with southern exposure on Key Biscayne.