One pleasant silver lining to our newly found life under quarantine is the opportunity to find more time to do more writing for The Miami Observer. Writing these posts is very pleasant to do, especially on posts like today, where I get to share more details on my listings that one would get to experience during one of my showings.
Today’s three properties are, out of all places, in dearly beloved South Beach. Two of them are available for sale and one is a very unique property I sold a few years ago that is now up for rent. All of them are unbelievable in terms of value and opportunity in their own particular way.
#1 | 823 Jefferson Ave #7
1BD/1BA | 670SF | $199,900
Constructed in the late 1960s in the Historic District, this particular unit has a lot more than what its first impression offers. In addition to having more square footage compared to older Art Deco and Mid-Century options in the same price point, the listing also offers additional closet space, storage (which could be used to install a central A/C unit), and several renovations throughout the unit.
Jefferson Ave, located near the center of South Beach, is close enough to the fun while still remaining quiet, quaint, and residential. Just moments away from party central but also serene when it’s time to relax. I highly recommend passing by for a different perspective of what living in South Beach could be. Click here for more details
#2 | 1601 Bay Rd #5
3BD/2BA | 1,220SF | $425,000 / $3,000/M
If an investor were to call and ask for an income property in the South Beach area and wanted an asset that could generate higher than normal returns, I would start with this: a rare three-bedroom corner unit with assigned parking just a few moments away from Lincoln Rd and Sunset Harbour. Having its own washer/dryer, shutters, and extra storage is not a bad plus aside from the unit’s enviable location and address.
Please contact me for a closer breakdown at what the potential ROI returns look like based on rental rates. Click here for more details
#3 | 935 Euclid Ave #10
1BD/1BA | 599SF | $2,100/M (Furnished)
I personally loved selling this unit back in the summer of 2017 and now, having the opportunity to have it rented made me realize how much I missed its essence. Unlike other commonly found listings in the area, this second story unit situated on what previously used to be a synagogue features large windows in both the living area and bedroom as well as ten foot ceilings. Both of these features combined let an extraordinary amount of natural light into the unit that highlights its wooden floors and reminds the space of its idyllic tropical setting and historical heritage.
Similar to Jefferson Ave, Euclid Ave is closer to the sand and much of the entertainment found in spots along nearby Washington and Collins Ave, but still remains far enough for those looking for the right mix of fun and serenity. This one must be seen on a bright afternoon to be appreciated to its fullest. Click here for more details.
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