Both of these islands are easily accessible via a watercraft or the MacArthur Causeway but Hibiscus Island has plenty of its own unique qualities. For starters, it has unobstructed northern vistas of the Venetian Islands and Biscayne Bay, and the location arguably allows it a greater degree of privacy.
Like its neighbor, residents of can spend time in their Hibiscus Island waterfront homes
knowing that they have security provided at all hours of the day. Speaking of Hibiscus Island real estate
, the properties are all upscale and it’s not unusual to find one that provides over 8,000 square feet of living area. A six bedroom multistory home with seven bathrooms and a boat dock is another stunning example of the types of properties you’ll come across as you explore the Hibiscus Island homes for sale.
The MacArthur Causeway easily allows Hibiscus Island residents to visit the barrier island of Miami Beach, home to the popular South Beach area and numerous attractions. To the west is Miami and since the island is roughly equidistant from both of these places, there is always something exciting to see, do, and explore nearby.
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