San Marino Island
San Marino Island, one of the most coveted addresses in the Venetian Islands, is home to upscale single-family residences fronting Biscayne Bay. The island offers lavish tropical living among Miami’s A-listers, giving them direct access to the unparalleled beauty of Biscayne Bay as well as five-star amenities that’s truly San Marino Island. It is close to the shopping and dining destinations in Miami Beach, yet far enough to enjoy the privacy and serenity of a private island.
San Marino Island is an artificial island in Biscayne Bay within the city of Miami Beach. It is one of the islands that make up Venetian Islands, a chain of man-made islands in Miami and Miami Beach.
Along with San Marino Island, the Venetian Islands are Biscayne Island, San Marco Island, Di Lido Island, Rivo Alto Island, Belle Isle. San Marino Island sits in between San Marco Island and Di Lido Island.
Miami Beach is a coastal resort city where tropical and city living coexist. It features vibrant cityscapes brimming with culture, history, and charm with miles and miles of white sand and blue waters as backdrop.
Real Estate Community in San Marino Island
Average Land Area/House Square Feet
San Marino homes for sale have an average square footage of around 6,800 with three to six or more bedrooms and lot areas of around 0.3 acres.
Average Market Pricing
Homes in San Marino Island have prices ranging from $1,350,000 to over $23,000,000. Median listing price is $10.9 million.
Common Design, Construction, or Architectural Types
Residential properties in San Marino Island range in architectural styles. There are Mediterranean Revival, Modern, Retro Chic, and Contemporary constructions.
San Marino Island, like the rest of the Venetian Islands, is attractive to business executives, high-profile entrepreneurs, rich retirees, socialites, and top celebrities.
Living in San Marino Island
The median household income in the whole of Venetian Islands is $84,000. High-profile residents such as international businessmen and celebrities make up the neighborhood of San Marino Island.
Miami Beach has a tropical monsoon climate. The tropical rainy season starts by May and runs through October. Dry season starts in November and lasts through April. Interestingly, Miami Beach is the only mainland US city to never experience freezing temperatures.
Panther Coffee is a well-known coffee shop not only in Miami Beach but all throughout Miami. For authentic Latin American breakfast or lunch, head to Las Olas Cafe. Another must-try in Miami Beach is La Sandwicherie, serving French sandwiches since 1988.
For huge servings of pizza, Pizza Rustica won’t disappoint. Mediterranean and Greek cuisine is served at Miami Mediterranean. Mexican food lovers will be delighted with the menu options at Taquiza. Those who are looking for acai bowls and other healthy juices, smoothies, and sandwiches, Under The Mango Tree is for you.
Miami Beach is served by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools. Students attend North Beach Elementary, Treasure Island Elementary, South Pointe Elementary, Mater Beach Academy, Biscayne Elementary, Fienberg/Fisher K-8 Center, Nautilus Middle School, and Miami Beach Senior High School.
There are also a number of private schools in the area, such as Rabbi Alexander S. Gross Hebrew Academy, St. Patrick Catholic School, and Mechina High School.
The Venetian Causeway connects the Venetian Islands to mainland Miami Beach island and mainland Miami. Public transportation is a reliable way of getting around in the area. Many Metrobus lines connect to downtown Miami and the Metrorail. The Metrobus is also popular among commuters.
There’s also the Airport-Beach Express, a direct-service bus line that brings passengers from Miami International Airport to various points in South Beach.
The pedestrian-friendly Miami Beach has a biking culture. Decobike was launched in 2011 as a public bicycle sharing system that aims to have 1,000 bikes accessible from 100 stations throughout the Miami Beach area.
Parks, Recreational Activities, and Attractions
San Marino Island is close to downtown Miami and South Beach. South Beach is nicknamed the American Riviera and an Art Deco hotspot. Ocean Drive is known as the Art Deco District, a collection of buildings featuring art deco architecture. For outdoor dining and shopping, head to Lincoln Road.
Attractions in North Beach include the boardwalk, North beach Oceanside Park, and North Beach Bandshell. Meanwhile, Mid Beach takes pride in the Faena District, colorful nightlife, and well-loved restaurants.
Does waking up to a view of Biscayne Bay every day sound good to you? Make this dream come true when you choose the San Marino Island address in the Venetian Islands. Get in touch with The Jills Zeder Group at 305.722.5721 or 305.341.7447 to get started on your search for the perfect Mediterranean revival or modern home in San Marino Island.