Indian Creek is an exclusive 300-acre island located on the beautiful waters of Biscayne Bay, and recognized as one of the wealthiest, private, most secure communities in Miami Beach, and the world. The high level of privacy and security is the highest priority to the residents of Indian Creek and maintained by having a State of Florida police force, as well as its own 24/7 armed marine patrol monitoring the waters surrounding the island.
It is not uncommon for Indian Creek to make an impression or make real estate headlines, with the rich and famous residents who make it their home. These include Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, whose $28 Million home made it on the Top 10 List of Most Expensive Homes in the South in 2006 Forbes Magazine; pro golfer Raymond Floyd, former football coach of the Miami Dolphins Don Shula, television host Don Francisco, billionaire investor Carl Icahn, real estate billionaire Peter Breton, Victoria Secret’s model Adriana Lima, co-founder of Calvin Klein Barry Schwartz, Sheik Mohammed al-Fassi of Saudi Arabia, billionaire developer Donny Soffer, steel executive Leroy Schecter, wireless executive Rajendra Singh, radio magnate Raul Alarcon, former cable company CEO Ken Bagwell, US Senator George Smathers, coal and oil executive Christopher F. Viegas, former football team owner and billionaire art collector Norman Braman, just to name a few who make up this affluent community. In August 2012, Forbes Magazine featured a home sold on Indian Creek as the most expensive home sale in the history of Miami-Dade County.
With only about 40 luxury, waterfront residences surrounded by lush gardens, these spectacular homes feature resort-style pools, poolside cabanas, rooftop Jacuzzis, full spa, gyms, wine cellars, entertainment theater, accentuated with lavish furnishings and the finest accessories. The amenities at Indian Creek include an 18-hole golf course, considered one of the finest and occupying the interior of the island with a few holes on the waterfront, and an elite country club. Just minutes away via 91 Street, you have the neighborhood of Surfside, the nearby conveniences and fine dining on Miami Beach, and shopping at the prestigious Bal Harbour Shops.
Indian Creek is a magnificent parade of palatial homes exuding extravagance, with panoramic, breathtaking views of Biscayne Bay, the skyline of Downtown Miami, and a premier location of South Florida and the world.