Surrounding Area Information

  • Homestead

    Homestead is located in Miami-Dade County and is known for its historical contribution to the development of South Florida as it served as a major hub for Henry Flagler’s railroad starting in 1903. With lush tree lined streets and beautiful natural settings, Homestead has something for everyone.

    Just twenty minutes north of the Florida Keys, Homestead now has a population over 62,000 people but still retains the charming small town feel. With diverse cultures and heritages, Homestead is situated between two national parks, Biscayne National Park and Everglades National Park. Because of this beautiful setting, visitors from all over the world are drawn to the unique character of this tropical paradise.

    After 2001, gated communities started popping up all over the east side of Homestead. In addition to the well known Keys Gate community, new communities such as Isles at Oasis, Waterstone, and Malibu Bay make up a large portion of the new population. These newer communities include gated entrances, community pools and clubhouses and roving security.

  • The Redland

    Located just a few miles from Homestead, the Redland is known as an agricultural area that was named for pockets of red clay once common in the area. Many farms, original clapboard homes of early settlers, u-pick fields, and coral rock homes dot the landscape.

    Many homes built in the area must be on a minimum of 5 acres of land to help preserve the area. If you are looking for a unique home with more green space, look no further. The Redland may be the perfect sanctuary for you.

  • Florida Keys

    Located just twenty minutes from Homestead, this 112 mile long chain of islands known as the Florida Keys begin at the very bottom of Florida’s mainland. The islands of the keys are surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean on one side and the Gulf of Mexico on the other. The Keys offers some of the finest fishing and diving in the world and are home to the only living Coral Reef in the United States.

    When searching for a new home in the Florida Keys, this tropical paradise has a variety of islands to choose from. The main islands are Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon or Key West and each offer something unique. Whether you are looking for a winter getaway or a place to retire, let our Agents help you find your own piece of paradise.

  • Miami

    Known as a multicultural city that has a growing economy based mostly on tourism, Miami is a magical city with an abundance of nightlife, beautiful beaches, and a variety of restaurants. This tropical paradise is constantly growing with its ever expanding skyline and new construction developments. Whether you are looking for a condo overlooking the water or a single family home with a backyard for entertaining, Miami and its surrounding cities have something for everyone.

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