Miami Fisher Island : the joy of privacy and abundance

Have you ever got a chance to take the ferry and land on the very exclusive private paradise of Fisher Islands?

Well if one day the opportunity shows up, take it!

This local paradise with world- class resort amenities including seaside golf course, Mediterranean inspired tennis club, luxury is worth the visit!

Peacocks hang out free here. So do millionaires, movie stars and moguls.

(Shot with My Iphone )

Photo credits : Miami Dean Photography

What’s make it so exciting and exclusive? No road or causeway connects to the island, which is accessible by private boat, helicopter, or ferry. The island is located off the southern tip of Miami Beach, just north of the Port of Miami.

From a private estate to the New Malibu of Miami

Photo credits : Miami Dean Photography

It used to belong to William K. Vanderbilt II, but now Fisher Island is now a private residential community and the Hottest local celebrity hide out.

Depending on your familiarity with Fisher Island, you’re likely aware of some of its current and former residents like Oprah Winfrey, Julia Roberts, Jack Nicholson, Demi Moore, Bruce Willis, or even Arnold Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver.

Photo credits : Miami Dean Photography

The most expensive post code of Florida

Photo credits : Miami Dean Photography

Today, Fisher Island’s prices range from $500,000 to $4 million. Prices per square foot are between $400 and $500, among the highest in the area. And that’s for condos. Even more expensive homes are planned.

The island also is home to five restaurants, a country club, 18 tennis courts (two grass, two hard and 14 clay), two marinas big enough to accommodate 220-foot yachts, a fire station, post office, minimarket and dry cleaner.

Photo credits : Miami Dean Photography

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