Surfside is a small seaside village on the Atlantic Ocean, which has some of Miami Beach's more affordable real estate especially when compared the neighboring communities of South Beach, Bal Habour and Sunny Isles. The community feels like a small village with its own Main Street lined with boutique shops and restaurants. Condominiums border the east side of Collins Avenue along the beach, and single family home neighborhoods are located on the west side of Collins Avenue.
The area is patrolled by the Surfside police department and is very safe. The beaches are beautiful in Surfside with white sand, clear blue water and a walking path. Bal Harbour boarders Surfside, so many residents use both oceanfront pathways.
The Location. Surfside is located just south of Bal Harbour and north ofMiami Beach. The entrance to one of Miami’s most exclusive addresses, Indian Village Creek Village cuts through the neighborhood of Surfside on 91st street. Miami’s entertainment district of Midtown, Uptown (MiMo) District, the Design District, Downtown and South Beachare all a short drive away.
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Miami Beach’s seaside community of Surfside has affordable waterfront homes with open bay views that start at around $1 million. This community is a good place to begin your real estate search, especially if you’re looking for a family friendly community or an affordable community where you can take advantage of Miami’s waterways by docking a boat in your backyard or both. Many of the waterfront homes have 60 linear feet of waterfront, which would allow for a 40' boat. The area still has many original ranch-style homes that can be updated and remodeled or torn down. Many builders are taking advantage of this current real-estate cycle by buying older homes, renovating them, and then putting them back on the market for sale. Properties for sale and for rent are usually much less in Surfside than in any neighboring beachside community.