Indian Creek Island is an ultra-private barrier island with 40 waterfront property parcels that are arranged around a private 18-hole golf course that occupies the entire interior section of the island. The island, that is just over 250 acres in size, is home to a mere 86 residents and only has 36 addresses. Curiously, Indian Creek Island has been named the “billionaire bunker” by national media outlets, such as Forbes magazine. At least eight of the island’s residents qualify for the title of “billionaire.”
Indian Creek Island Miami Beach is the perfect location for those seeking extreme privacy and security, as there is only one, heavily guarded, entrance. There is also a private police force, which patrols the island via Jet Ski, boat, and jeep 24/7.
Home to just 86 residents and 36 addresses, Indian Creek has been dubbed a “billionaire bunker” by the national media. At least eight villagers qualify for the title.
This island neighborhood has become very attractive for the super wealthy who have children. In the past, the island was more of a winter escape, than a year-round residence, which it is rapidly becoming. The Indian Creek Country Club, which is one of the most exclusive country clubs in the United States of America, has even added tennis and golf lessons and classes for children and teens, in order to adjust to the demographic change.
Residents of Indian Creek Island not only have world-class amenities on the island, but they are located to high-end shopping and dinning destinations in Bal Harbour, South Beach, and Aventura. Additionally, the island is close to Miami International Airport (MIA) and several other executive airports – Miami Opa Locka Executive Airport and Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport.
Indian Creek Island is the ideal location for the truly elite to call home. Not only is the island located within an idyllic paradise, but it is also very exclusive, and when a property becomes available they are often snatched up at record setting prices, such as one of the latest sales in August 2012 for a grand total of $47,000,000.