Luxury single family homes some on the Intracoastal and some on the Beachfront can be found in the Town of Golden Beach Florida. Town located on the pristine 1.3 mile stretch from North to South along Collins Ave. It offers a private gated community of luxury waterfront and oceanfront homes. Please Contact Us or give us a CALL 786-505-4786 if you have a question about the Village of Golden Beach.
Neighboring Sunny Isles Beach to the south and Hallandale Beach to the north it is one of the few places in the Miami area that offers direct ocean front homes and Intracoastal waterway access. The Town of Golden Beach FL offers three options to potential buyers.
Homes to the east are located on the beachfront and offer direct beach access. Homes on the west side of Collins Ave in the village have direct Intracoastal access and view. The rest of the lots and homes are dry land lots. Majority of homes in the Village are waterfront.
Known for some of the unique architecture in the Miami area development has been home to some of the well-known personalities like Ricky Martin, Paul Newman even Bill Gates.
A mere 1.3 mi stretch of the island which Collins Ave, Ocean Drive happens to cut through is residence to only around 360 homes. Most of the community is located west of the ocean with about twenty homes along the beachfront stretch. Village is only a few blocks from east to west and a handful of beachfront lots are available to build on.
Gated community of Golden Beach has its roots going back as far as 1920. Dreams and visions of the two founding brothers of a small town community became a reality. Picture a small, quiet town of single-family homes in a picturesque setting along the white private beach with palm trees and exotic tropical landscapes lining up your neighborhood. With the Atlantic Ocean on one side and Intracoastal Waterway on the other, Golden Beach offers a unique setting and limited availability for a select few.
The Town has grown from the original 10 residences before incorporation to over 300 luxury single family homes. It is now one of the most affluent communities in Miami-Dade County demanding higher prices because of their location and exclusivity. It is one of the few communities in Miami that has the Intracoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean access.
It takes a force of almost 50 employees to run all the services needed to sustain the town's self-sufficiency and growth. There is a mayor, the building dept, sanitation department, and its own police force. One word of advice, you do not want to go more than 35 miles per hour on this 1.3 mile stretch of road unless you want to donate a few hundred bucks to help with the local economy.
Village of Golden Beach has no restaurants or shopping centers. It is strictly a residential single family community. There are no high rise condo units, townhomes or hotels on the island either. With Cities like Aventura, Bal Harbour, Sunny Isles and Hallandale Beach just minutes away, you have everything that you could possibly want just minutes away.
In the past decade, Village demographics have changed. It has become a family oriented community with most of the residents living in the community year round. Let us help you sort through the available Golden Beach homes for sale and you will see what this community has to offer. Give us a call 786-505-4786 if you have a question on the available homes in the village.
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