The Ultimate Private-Island Home

Tax advantages, endless sunshine, sandy beaches, and seriously, the tax advantages. Florida has become an increasingly enticing option for New Yorkers to flee an array of inconveniences. While the allure of being in any of the stunning high-rises from South Beach to Sunny Isles has appeal, there’s no denying that Miami’s bayfront homes on private islands are more sought after than ever. This 10,754-square-foot home on .48 acres on Hibiscus Island not only has 122 feet of water frontage with its own dock, but also lush landscaping, two pools, and a rooftop with 360-degree views of the bay and downtown Miami skyline.

Location Hibiscus Island, Miami Beach, Fla.
Scope 10,754 square feet on .48 acres.
Design Architecture by Reinaldo Borges, with landscape architecture from Raymond Jungles.
Inquiries 370 S. Hibiscus Drive, offered at $27.99M, Mariana Niro, Douglass Elliman.

Notable Features
-Built in 2016 by Reinaldo Borges, known for his beach homes from Miami to the Hamptons, as well as The Webster and Brickell Plaza, and Raymond Jungles, one of the preeminent landscape architects of the Southeast. 

-The five-bedroom home offers a variety of recreational spaces, including two docks along 122 feet of waterfront; a mosaic-tiled outdoor swimming pool and indoor pool; an outdoor kitchen; and a rooftop area with green space and deck. 

-An expansive master suite features a sitting area, spa-like bathroom, and light-filled home office with room for two executive desks. 

The home features two dock spaces along 122 feet of waterfront.

The outdoor kitchen and entertaining area is ideal for small gatherings.

The home office is located within the master suite, allowing for a pair of executive desks.

The rooftop deck adds a third level to the area, with refreshing outdoor breezes and stunning views.

Mosaic tiles line the pool.

The media room features Bowers & Wilkins speakers.

Light fills the home through expanses of floor-to-ceiling windows.

The contemporary home was built in 2016.

The home is located on Hibiscus Island, a 70-acre, private, manmade island within Biscayne Bay.