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!
With an earlier report estimating Miami’s median home value at around $259,000, representing a 6.8 percent increase year over year, we thought it’d be interesting to roughly apply that figure to our latest Curbed Comparisons.
Some other recent editions:
- 5 Miami apartments for $3,000 or less
- 5 Miami homes for under $500K
- 5 Miami apartments for $2,000 or less
- 5 Miami homes for under $900K
Edgewater: 600 Northeast 36th Street #1716
via Chaimaa Abouamal of Beachfront Realty Inc
Measuring 768 square feet, this one-bedroom residence in Edgewater has two bathrooms and overlooks the bay.
North Miami Beach: 2821 Northeast 163rd Street #3N
via Alp Demren
This two-bed, two-bath unit encompasses 1,052 square feet and features bay views. It was renovated and includes granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.
Aventura: 3558 Magellan Circle #132
via Michael Korman of Corcoran
Here’s a 1,096-square-foot townhome near Aventura Mall with two bedrooms and two bathrooms in addition to wood and tile flooring.
North Beach: 6770 Indian Creek Drive #7M
via Liz Crowley of Douglas Elliman
This one-bed, two-bath condo in Aquasol directly overlooks Indian Creek and measures 910 square feet.
Miami Shores: 314 Northeast 112th Street
It’s not a large home at 923 square feet but it features a sharp design. The remodeled residence near Miami Shores has two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a cute backyard.
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