Miami is a city built on the water. Originally established in the early 20th century as a shipping and trade hub, the Miami waterfront has a rich and colorful history that is still visible today. The waterfront neighborhoods boast an array of architectural styles, from classic Art Deco to contemporary high-rises, that reflect its unique heritage.
Waterfront property can be found in almost every area and neighborhood in Greater Miami. Residents wanting to live on the water can choose from magnificent homes, modern condos with stunning views, townhomes, and luxurious waterfront estates. Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne, Miami, and Miami Beach all have homes directly on the water, as well as those on canals, known as the Coral Gables waterway, all ranging from unobstructed bay views to winding canals with direct bay and ocean access. Key Biscayne and the islands of Miami Beach, including Star Island, Hibiscus Island, and Indian Creek Island offer spectacular views of the bay and ocean front luxury properties.
Many small exclusive gated communities exist in Coconut Grove and Coral Gables, including The Moorings, Poinciana, Entrada Estates, Sunrise Harbor, Cocoplum, Gables Estates, Journey’s End, Old Cutler Bay, Gables by the Sea, and Deering Bay. Some homes on canals in Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, and Miami Beach offer “No Bridges to the Bay” access. Many other neighborhoods exist west of Biscayne Bay that offer lakefront living on motorized and non-motorized lakes. Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, or simply soaking up the sun on the beach, you'll find plenty of opportunities to indulge your passions here.
Coconut Grove & Coral Gables Waterfront Listings
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