Location: Miami, USA
Properties vary throughout Miami, depending on where you plan on staying. South Beach is all about the atmosphere and properties tend to be modern, chic, and luxurious, while Miami Beach is home to medium-quality condos, and luxurious beach villas on the beachfront.
Key Biscayne is a quiet very Spanish speaking residential and recreational island off the mainland with sprawling villas and large homes, while Coral Gables is undoubtedly the city’s prettiest, most pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. Here European-style properties are beautifully preserved and tend to be rather upscale home rentals.
The beautiful waterfront village of Coconut Grove hugs the shores of Biscayne Bay, where you’ll find old Miami mansions, lush manicured gardens, and breath-taking views and is a fantastic location for day boaters.
Midtown, Wynwood and the Design district come alive with the fashionable locals during the week and weekends and has stolen some of Bal Harbors fashion crown with all the top designers purchasing shopping space over the last couple of years. This is not an obvious place to rent a home in Miami but for the arty world these areas are starting to create a lot of buzz and should not be ignored.
North Miami is dominated by the amazing beach shorelines just north of the exclusive shopping mall of Bal Harbor. Home to chic designer shops and trendy restaurants. If you continue up the coastline you head into Hollywood, Florida and eventually the outer boundaries of Fort Lauderdale. A hotspot for the boating fraternity.