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What $3M buys across Miami

Welcome to Miami’s Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse? Let’s find out!

Last week’s edition featured rentals within a $1,200 budget, which led to readers crowning a renovated studio in Normandy Isle.

This week, we are buyers with $3 million at our disposal. Additional parameters are the listings have to be fresh (90 days or less) and encompass five areas: La Gorce, Coconut Grove, Sunny Isles Beach, Mid-Beach, and Bal Harbour.

Do you prefer a 4,600-square-foot house in Miami Beach or a gorgeous condo with ocean views in Bal Harbour? Check out the five options and vote for your favorite down at the bottom.

These homes are ordered from least to most expensive.

La Gorce: 5924 Alton Road

$2.55 million

This 4,647-square-foot home in the La Gorce neighborhood of Miami Beach has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a detached guesthouse, chef’s kitchen, and some fine entertaining space that includes a rustic lounge area with a wet full bar.

Coconut Grove: 3938 Leafy Way

$2.75 million

Built in 1926, this lush 2,638-square-foot estate in the Grove has three bedrooms, four bathrooms, and an exceptional outdoor entertaining area that includes redwood bridges, a tiki hut, waterfalls, and koi pond.

Sunny Isles Beach: 17555 Collins Avenue #3201

$2.95 million

Measuring a little under 2,200 square feet in Sunny Isles Beach is this furnished corner residence on the 32nd floor of Pinnacle. There are three bedrooms, three bathrooms, marble flooring throughout, and ocean views.

Mid-Beach: 5875 Collins Avenue #1102

$2.97 million

Offered at just under $3 million is this three-bedroom condo in MEI with stunning ocean views and 1,725 square feet of living space.

Bal Harbour: 9705 Collins Avenue #1204N

$2.995 million

This ocean-facing 1,911-square-foot unit at the St. Regis offers two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and Calcutta gold marble floors.

Source : Miami Curbed

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