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5 Miami homes for under $1M

Which home would you choose?

A traditional home in the upper east side with an orange roof, large backyard, and white paint
659 Northeast 71st Street, Miami
via Graber Realty

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out!

This week’s Curbed Comparisons features a $1 million budget and potential homes in the Upper East Side, Brickell, Coconut Grove, Miami Beach, and Palmetto Bay.

Which one would you make home?


Upper East Side: 659 Northeast 71st Street

Graber Realty

$847,500

“Villa Bay Breeze” is a newly renovated 1,954-square-foot home with a modern kitchen and updated appliances. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.


Brickell: 808 Brickell Key Drive #3202

EWM

$998,000

This two-bed, three-bath on Brickell Key offers amazing bay/ocean views and 1,709 feet of living space at Two Tequesta Point.


Coconut Grove: 3505 Crystal View Point

Lina Carrera

$989,000

Here’s a 1,484-square-foot house in Coconut Grove with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, located steps from the bay and Kennedy Park.


Miami Beach: 6423 Collins Avenue #1605

Alyssa Morgan

$986,000

Here we have pure ocean views along with 2,000 square feet of living space and two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The corner residence offers marble floors and beach access.


Palmetto Bay: 7365 Southwest 157th Terrace

Randell Simpson

$949,900

Here’s our largest home on the list at 3,539 square feet, with five bedrooms and four bathrooms. Updated in 2006, there’s also a tennis court and large patio area.