You will find the exceptional suburban City of Miami Gardens, Florida, in north-central Miami Dade County. The City is bounded by the Broward County line on the north and 151st Street on the south, with its boundaries stretching from Northwest 47th and 57th Avenues on the west to Northeast 2nd Avenue and Interstate 95 on the east. The city was named for one of its transportation arteries, Miami Gardens Drive. As part of the Miami Metro Area, it is home to roughly 109,700 residents and is an excellent choice for prospective homebuyers, with much to offer in the way of amenities and attractions.
The area was previously unincorporated and included the communities of Scot Lake, Opa-Locka North, Andover, Carol City, Norland, Lake Lucerne, and Bunche Park. Those became incorporated as part of Miami Gardens in 2003. Other communities that now exist as Miami Gardens neighborhoods include Edison Courts, Little Haiti, Liberty City, and Liberty Square. In addition to these fabulous neighborhoods, the city also encompasses Sun Life Stadium which is home to the Miami Dolphins and hosts the annual college football Orange Bowl. Residents of Miami Gardens enjoy these attractions, as well as enticing options for dining, shopping, and recreation, which is why you should consider Miami Garden real estate if you are looking for a home in the Miami Metro Area.
Miami Gardens homes for sale include everything from condos and townhome to single-family homes, luxury properties, and vacant land upon which to build. Generally speaking, condominiums and townhomes in Miami Gardens are the most affordable housing options. Single-family homes in Miami Gardens fall in a broad price range with listing prices depending on the home’s location, condition, age, and size. Available land in Miami Gardens also has a broad price range, with some properties being so large they list for over $1 million. If you would like to learn more about available real estate in Miami Gardens, Florida, please allow us to assist you and contact us at your earliest convenience.