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!
Today’s Curbed Comparisons follows a similar theme, honing in on five homes for sale in highly walkable neighborhoods. Our budget is $750,000. All homes on this list are situated within one mile of dining, shopping, green space, and transit.
Neighborhoods included are Brickell, Edgewater, Coral Way, South Beach, and Coconut Grove. Our list is arranged from least to most expensive.
Encompassing 1,655 square feet, this three-bedroom residence on Brickell Key features bay views, two parking spaces, a remodeled kitchen, and a location that’s close enough to walk to Brickell’s dining and restaurants while remaining out of the high-paced scrum.
Measuring 1,456 square feet, this two-bed, two-bath in the growing neighborhood of Edgewater features over $130,000 in upgrades, per the listing, while offering bay views and a modern open layout.
This 2,134-square-foot townhome was built last year and sits blocks away from Miracle Mile. It includes three bedrooms, four bathrooms, two stories, and a private pool.
Here’s a 1,300-square-foot townhome in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood that has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and countless updates throughout.
This 2,580-square-foot townhome’s top selling point is its prime location in the heart of the Grove.
Sitting a few blocks away from parks, CocoWalk, and the metrorail, this three-level unit also offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, gated entry, and a rooftop terrace.
Which residence would you choose?
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