Gorgeous Views At 1800 Club Unit 1803

1800 club unit 1803

When it comes to living in Bayshore Dr, which is renowned for being one of the “quieter” parts of Downtown Miami, few buildings offer the quality of 1800 Club. The units here are very popular due to its mass appeal. With its close proximity to transportation, shopping, as well as its luxurious amenities and views, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Today’s featured listing, unit 1803, is a shining example of everything I just mentioned and more.

Featuring over 1,100 sqft, this 2 bedroom, 2 bath unit on the 18th floor has been very well maintained. The finishes include ceramic throughout and granite counters, along with carpet in both bedrooms. As pretty as the interior is, the shining feature of this unit can be found in the exterior. Thanks to its eastern exposure, the condo has amazing, unobstructed views of Biscayne Bay and Miami Beach that make for a grand spectacle at any time of the day.

The condo’s balcony overlooks Margaret Pace Park and the water from its perfect 18th floor height. Since it overlooks the Park rather than a private lot, the view is much more valuable. From this spot, you’re neither too high and not too low. I call it the perfect height 🙂

1800 Club, in addition to its close proximity to Publix, shopping, restaurants, and more, also has amazing amenities. There’s a two story lobby, an amazing pool deck, modern fitness facilities and a clubhouse for owners and guests to enjoy. The hidden secret some may not know is the fact that Bayshore Dr is not a main thoroughfare in this part of town, thus making this neighborhood much more serene than others around.

Listing courtesy of A & D Group Realty LLC.

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