Venetian Islands

About Venetian Islands

The Venetian Islands are part of the man-made islands that comprise Miami Beach. These six islands are Biscayne, San Marco, Di Lido, San Marino, Belle Isle and Rivo Alto. The islands are transected by the Venetian Causeway, which is a private toll road that provides access to Downtown Miami, the Biscayne Corridor, and major highways.

Each of the six Venetian Islands contain both waterfront and dry lot homes, in an array of different architectural styles. From traditional to modern, each home is stunningly appointed and on generous lots. The neighborhood closest to the islands offers a Fresh Market, award winning fine dining, and boutiques that are within minutes from all the islands, and even walking distance from the closest island, Rivo Alto. Additionally, Downtown Miami, Brickell, Wynwood Arts District, Biscayne Corridor and the Design District, offer luxury shopping, dining, art galleries, stadium events, and cultural activities that have come to represent Miami as an evolving epicenter of the east coast.

The Venetian Islands are the winter home for notable socialites and actors, and with its’ ever growing year round population, the area has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Miami Beach. With incredible views and a convenient location, The Venetian Islands offer single family homes that adhere to a standard of perfection and carry on the tradition of luxury that are synonymous with Miami.

Venetian Islands Properties

Community Info

  • Area:
    Miami Beach
  • Price Range:
    $1,345,000-$19,900,000
  • Rental Price Range:
    N/A
  • Status:
    Re-Sales

Community Stats

For Sale
35
For Rent
19
Sold
238

By-the-Numbers

  • Average Sold Price
    $3,213,587
  • Average Listing Price
    $6,913,599
  • Average Rental Price
    $33,942/mo

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