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!
Last week we looked at what Miami’s median home price of $389,000 could buy across the county.
Today, we’re looking at beach homes (within 10 blocks or so of the sand) up and down the South Florida coast. Our max budget is $1 million and our list ranges from most to least expensive.
Each residence features a view of the ocean or bay.
Here’s a completely redesigned two-bed, two-bath inside the renovated Residences at the W Fort Lauderdale. The furnished 1,283-square-foot unit features ocean views, spacious balconies, and the hotel’s array of amenities.
This 1,226-square-foot residence at the Mondrian on West Avenue is a combination of two units totaling two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Within this remodeled corner unit are direct bay views from every room.
Measuring just under 1,400 square feet is this penthouse at L´Excellence with ocean views, two bedrooms, and two bathrooms. There’s also crown molding and marble flooring.
Located in Sunny Isles is this turnkey two-bed, two-bath with 1,460 square feet of living space, an open kitchen, and ocean views.
via Svetlana Sokolovsky
Here’s a 1,458-square-foot corner residence in Beach Club II overlooking the ocean with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. It’s fully furnished.
Which residence would you buy?
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Fort Lauderdale Beach
Sunny Isles Beach