Welcome to Miami’s 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!
For this week’s CC, we are buyers again.
Equipped with a $500,000 budget, our search covers five areas across Miami-Dade County, including Brickell, Coconut Grove, Edgewater and South Miami.
Some other recent Curbed Comparisons:
- 5 apartments across Miami for $2,000 or less
- 5 Miami homes for under $900K
- 5 Miami apartments for $1,600 or less
South Miami: 6611 Southwest 70th Lane #27
via Lana Swanson
Measuring 2,200 square feet, this three-bedroom townhome offers two master suites, a lush patio area, and wood floors.
Coconut Grove: 2945 Bridgeport Avenue #F
via Leslie Jones
This 1,047-square-foot two-story corner unit in Grove Deco features tile floors and a wraparound patio area.
2451 Brickell Avenue #3S
via Rita Herrera
Sizing up at 1,188 square feet is this two-bed, two-bath residence in south Brickell with an updated kitchen and a large balcony.
Edgewater: 1717 North Bayshore Drive #A3845
via George Formento
This 38th-floor residence at The Grand Doubletree includes two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and bay views. Features include a large kitchen, wood floors, and a close proximity to Margaret Pace Park.
Miami Shores-ish: 11515 Northeast 12th Avenue
via Monica Urrutia
This property just north of Miami Shores is very unique in that it has two separate homes (measuring 2,331 square feet under air) and a basement, an extreme rarity in Miami.
Which home would you buy?
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