The island-town of Key Biscayne lies to the south of Miami Beach and is connected to Miami via the Rickenbacker Causeway. An exclusive neighborhood and a premier beach resort, Key Biscayne blends small-town atmosphere with urban amenities. Residents are not exaggerating when they tell you that Key Biscayne ticks all the right boxes.

Luxury homes to beautiful beaches, including Cape Florida – one of the country’s top-rated beaches – the island’s landscape is also defined by its proximity to Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park. If you seek an active lifestyle at an upscale beach destination, this is it! Besides the ton of beach activities during the day and party vibe that commences at sundown, Key Biscayne offers every bit of the fun and excitement that Miami evokes. Avid golfers head to Crandon Park’s 18-hole championship golf course and tennis aficionados head every year to the Tennis Center at Crandon Park facility, home of Miami Open Tennis since 1987. Sailing enthusiasts hang out at the Biscayne Yacht Club, and the state park’s bike trails are frequented by adventure seekers.

Amenities are plenty and quickly accessible by foot or golf cart. Residents enjoy an abundance of shopping, dining and entertainment options. Alongside the artisanal kitchens and high-end boutique stores, there are grocery stores, a public library and a ton of activities for all ages, including educational, fitness and cultural programs and events. Key Biscayne has managed to balance its luxurious feel with its small-town essence, sophisticated yet friendly with its sense of community intact.

Key Biscayne’s diverse architectural styles and waterfront views attract people from all over the world. The village is served by an excellent primary education system, with a K-8 school, Montessori schools and 9-12 Magnet programs.

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