Indian Creek Homes on the Island. Imagine 250 acres of private Country Club, surrounded by 360 views of Biscayne Bay. Now imagine unobstructed views as far as your eyes can see over the torques waters of the bay. Now picture your luxury private villa set on the waterfront of a private island overlooking the Intracoastal with only 40 single family lots each with its own waterfront access and view. Please Contact Us or give us a CALL 786-505-4786 if you have a question about the available homes on the Island.
If you can imagine all of that then you can imagine the beauty and tranquillity of Indian Creek Island Village in Surfside. Tucked off the shores of Biscayne Bay, Indian Creek Island is known as a “billionaire bunker.”
According to Forbes, four of the top 500 richest people in America own a home on the Island. Some of the residents include activist investor Carl Icahn, hedge fund manager Eddie Lampert, car dealership owner Norman Braman, and mutual fund mogul Charles Johnson.
With such an upscale community and extremely limited supply homes, these mansions have been fetching some pretty hefty prices. A Russian billionaire paid a record-breaking price for a newly constructed 30,000 square-foot mansion $47 million in 2012.
Indian Creek homes and neighborhood are changing to accommodate a more family-friendly community. Village council is planning to install Islands first sidewalks and street lights to make a community more enjoyable and usable for kids to ride bikes and walking.
At only 300-member Indian Creek Country Club is the most exclusive club in America. To adjust to the changing demographics of the area, Country Club has added kid’s golf and tennis lessons said club president Wayne Schuchts. Membership to the club is $150,000 and then $16,000 every year after.
Surfside is getting a lot of activity nowadays. Lots of new ultra-luxury complexes have started or have been approved. Chateau Fendi is breaking ground; a new Four Seasons Private Residences offers an option for Indian Creek residents to buy beach condo to enjoy the ocean and the beach.
With a low turnover of Indian Creek Island homes, buying a property is a challenge, after all, there are only so many lots. There are currently a few homes on the market and one is available for rent.