Allison Island is located inside the Indian Creek waterway within the La Gorce neighborhood of Miami Beach. The area where Allison Island Miami Beach is located is often times referred to as North Beach. This small island that covers 8.5 acres, is divided by 63rd Road into a North and South Island. The north side of the island is solely comprised of waterfront homes; while the south side, is comprised of townhomes and condominiums, and is known as Aqua.
Privacy is a huge perk for those living on Allison Island. Its entrance on 63rd Street converges on a nexus with Alton Road, Collins Avenue, and Pinetree Drive. The island is guard-gated 24/7 offering residents security, and tranquility, within a bustling city.
Allison Island offers those looking for Miami Beach waterfront homes, luxurious views and unobstructed water access to both the Atlantic Ocean and Biscayne Bay. Avid boaters would be right at home with the kind of water access this island affords them. Residents who enjoy the outdoors will appreciate the close proximity to the gorgeous Indian Creek Park, as well as to the La Gorce Country Club, the only private country club in the city of Miami Beach.
The Aqua section of Allison Island is a highly desirable Miami Beach condo community. This neighborhood features fitness center, heated pools, a spa, and several jogging paths lined with palm, mango, and citrus trees. For those who love art or are artistic in nature, the community has a contemporary Art Deco design and color scheme, and features art installations throughout the area. Condos in the Aqua section have great views in all directions and wraparound balconies.
For those residents who love shopping, The Shops at Bal Harbour, to the north, and Lincoln Road and the Collins Avenue shopping district, to the south, are just a short 10 to 12 minute drive away. Culinary aficionados will appreciate the proximity to South Beach culinary institutions such as Prime 112 and Joe’s Stone Crab, among others.
Another perk of living on Allison Island is that Miami International Airport (MIA) and Downtown Miami are accessible via I-195/Julia Tuttle Causeway, and are commutes around 20 to 30 minutes long. Children and teenagers who reside on Hibiscus Island fall into the Miami-Dade County Public Schools district, and attend the following schools: Biscayne Elementary School, Nautilus Middle School, and Miami Beach High School.
The current average listing price for a single-family home is $24,000,000.