Neighborhoods in Miami: How to choose yours?

When we do not know Miami, we imagine it as a postcard decor: an infinite beach under a sun that would shine endlessly. However, what makes the city so rich is the diversity of neighborhoods that can be found there, sometimes far from what we imagine in Miami when we've never been there.

Choose your neighborhood carefully, a necessary step

Also, to choose a property in which to invest in Miami, do not neglect the neighborhood where you want to settle. The moods are very different and will greatly influence the lifestyle. Real estate prices can also change from single to double between two neighborhoods! The charm of Miami is that neighborhoods are linked but not alike. The best choice depends only on you, your expectations and your lifestyle.

Barnes offers a quick overview of the main Miami neighborhoods where it is good to settle:

Aventura:

If you are looking for calm and a high quality of life, while staying close to downtown, head towards Aventura ! This city located northwest of Miami offers perfectly maintained streets, gigantic golf courses and many luxury boutiques.

Bal Harbor and Surfside:

Neighborhoods Bal Harbor and of Surfside are home to a population from around the world. This high-class neighborhood in North Miami Beach is just a chain of luxurious hotels and sandy beaches.

Brickell:

Brickellit's the financial district of Miami. If you are looking to live close to your work, many residential buildings are hidden among countless glass and steel towers. The streets are not crowded during the day but once night falls, the young executives turn into night birds ready to party all night in the many bars in the area.

Coral Gables:

This very residential city is peopled with villas with styles ranging from Colonial to Renaissance through Art Deco, which are mostly invisible from the road, sheltered by the tropical vegetation escaping from the huge gardens. Coral Gablesit is the perfect place to raise children. The parks are numerous and the proximity of famous schools makes it a safe and good place to live.

Coconut Grove:

If you are looking for authenticity, Coconut Grove is made for you ! In a very "village" atmosphere, the vegetation seems to be recovering its rights and the houses with disparate styles have something a little bohemian. And it's a true paradise of sport. Between walking, cycling and sailing, there is something for everyone.

Downtown Miami:

Close to Brickell while being a bit more residential, Downtown has many assets to make. The district is in full development and the real estate projects multiply.

South Beach:

South Beach is a true paradise of the party. This is the Miami we imagine, between Art Deco, cocktails, shopping and beaches stretching to infinity. The neighborhood never goes to sleep, and it's the place to be if you are afraid of getting bored.

The council of Barnes :

Do not hesitate to call on your Miami real estate agent to inform you about the different neighborhoods and their compatibility with your criteria. All real estate agents have access to the same properties so all you have to do is choose an agent to listen!

For more information on how topurchase in Miami, discover our buyer's guide.

 

5 Houses with pool less than a million

Houses with swimming pool to enjoy the good weather of Miami

When we think of life in Miami, we often imagine its inhabitants lounging on the sandy beaches or in azure pools every weekend of the year. So what's better than having your own private pool to enjoy the Florida weather all year round? The BARNES Miami team has today selected 5 pool homes in the Miami area, all under $ 1 million.

6803 NW 116th Ave, Miami, FL 33076

This house built in 2004 has a beautiful plot of almost 600 m², one of the largest in the gated community Olde Brooke in which it is located. It has 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, as well as an office, a games room and a reception room. Outside, there is an indoor swimming pool and a patio with summer garden.

Price: $999,999

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1904 NE 204th Ter, Miami, FL 33179

This charming house has been totally renovated from plumbing to electricity, air conditioning and windows. It is located near Aventura, in a quiet area. The garden has a pool and a summer kitchen overlooking large green areas. It has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, as well as a laundry room large enough to become a maid's room.

Price: $999,999

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7300 SW 108th Ter, Pinecrest, FL 33156

This beautiful property was built in 1968. It has 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. The kitchen has been renovated and the appliances have been renewed. The living room is very spacious and overlooks the garden, its large patio and swimming pool. Located in the district of Pinecrest, it is close to many good schools.

Price: $999,999

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12040 SW 43rd St, Miami, FL 33175

Built on a large plot of over 650 m², this house is located in the area of Horse Country. The entrance is composed of a carriage rack and two parking spaces. The floors are marble in the 7 rooms, the office and the 5 bathrooms of the property.
In the garden, the pool runs along a pergola and faces the guest house.

Price: $999,999

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7120 SW 107th Ter, Pinecrest

It's a pretty Mediterranean-style house on a garden floor in the Pinecrest district. It has 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. The right wing can be transformed into a second apartment, with one or two bedrooms, a living room and a private entrance. The land measures almost 1580 m2 .

Price: $999,900

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If you would like to learn more about buying homes with swimming pools in Miami and its surroundings, do not hesitate to contact our team of experts!

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