Thinking of Moving to Sunny Isles Beach

So, you are thinking of moving to Sunny Isles Beach Florida, but you kind of want to know some of the pros and cons of living in Sunny Isles. Well, you come to the right place! MY Name is Leonard Woshczyn, and I am a Broker associate with Dezer Platinum Realty. As a disclosure I am not indorsing anyone or any businesses. Any opinions or statements made by me. Are my opinions, or something that I may have come across in my real estate dealings.

We will post a few links to the websites with the statistics and facts down below so you can take a look at the information which might help you in making your decision.

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What it is like to live in Sunny Isles FL

Living in Sunny Isles Beach Florida is a GREAT option for people looking for some of the best beachfront condos and waterfront homes in Miami. Now, not every condo building or home is located on the beachfront or waterfront, but there are plenty that are. 

The city of Sunny Isles ( ) is less than 2 miles long from north to south end. It starts around 192nd street and runs to about 158th. It is also a barrier island. So, on the east side you have the ocean, and to the west is Intracoastal.

There are 2 ways to get of the island and that is 163 draw bridge, and 192 street which is also a bridge but it is high enough to allow large boats to go under it. Yes, there are other way if you go further north or south, but these are the fastest 2 ways.

To the south of Sunny Isles beach is Haulover Beach (with part of the beach is clothing optional) and Marina and BalSunny Isles Real Estate Harbour. Haulover is the closest waterway outlet to get to the ocean from the Intracoastal. 

This makes Sunny Isles and nearby cities like Eastern Shores, Aventura, North Miami Beach, Golden Beach, Surfside and even Hallandale Beach popular with boat owners.

At Haulover and Bal Harbour there is a sandbar just in front of the Oleta State Park. Which, by the way is a great place to go to for a day. You can rent water equipment there. They have gazebos that you can rent for a party. Inground BBQ grills. And you can fish from the shore.

To the north is a Village of Golden Beach. Strictly Single-family homes. Both on the beach and intracoastal. Some famous names have called Golden Beach their home over the years. North of it is Hallandale Beach.

Is Sunny Isles Beach a Good Place to Live?

With a population of roughly 22,000 Sunny Isles beach is one of the best places to live in Miami. City offers a dense urban feel, with few options available for buyers looking for a bit of space in a single-family home. A lot of properties are second or third homes, and some of the residents are renters. Some are seasonal and other year-round residents.

Cost of Living in Sunny Isles Beach FL

Living in Sunny Isles does come with a price tag. Compared to the national averages cost of living is much higher as compared to Florida Average or National Average. But living in a beachfront Community no matter where you are will always be the case.

Is Sunny Isles a Nice Area?

Sunny Isles FL CondosLocated in the North Eastern part of the Miami-Dade County barrier island, Sunny Isles is a welcoming and friendly city. Once populated with one- and two-story motels, it is one of the most desirable places to live in Miami.

With its turquoise ocean, golden sand beaches, Luxury beachfront condos and hotels, the city transformed itself into a destination of choice for many through out the year. 

Sunny Isles Beach diversity is reflected by its shops, restaurants and café throughout the area along the Collins Ave strip.

What Sunny Isles is Known For?

Sunny Isles Beach is known for its relaxed atmosphere, amazing beaches, expansive views and close proximity to Miami attractions. 

Great fishing from the only pier in Miami, which also has a lovely restaurant. For half or full days fishing, take a ride to Haulover Marina. You can also buy fresh fish from the boats as they come in.

Oleta State Park, just west on 163rd street. Offers outdoor water activities, gazebos for parties or large family gatherings. Bike trails.

Designer shopping at nearby Shops at Bal Harbour or Aventura Mall. Gulfstream Park Racing and Casino with shops and restaurants. There is so much more to Sunny Isles Beach that it is impossible to list it all here. But here is a great guide to the Sunny Isles Beach.


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