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Miami, Florida Waterside Home for Sale

1301 NE Miami Gardens Drive, #1603W, Miami, FL 33179

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Lively Miami sits on the southeastern Florida coast and is the setting for this attractive condominium with water views for sale. It is on the 16th floor in a lagoon-front orange and white highrise called Buckley Towers and has one bedroom, two baths and 826 square feet. Built in 1968, it has an asking price of $160,000.

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The home has freshly painted white walls, a white ceiling and white tile floors. A large sliding glass door at the end of the living room exits onto the balcony that provides beautiful water and city views. A wall-to-wall window and a separate glass door onto the balcony are in the bedroom.

In the kitchen are wood cabinets, black granite countertops and backsplash, a stainless steel sink and a white refridgerator. One bath features white cabinetry, white tile walls and a walk-in shower. The other has oak cabinets and a shower/tub. There are also two walk-in closets. The air conditioning is still under warranty.

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The highrise itself has a lovely lobby with marble tile floors and a chandelier. It also has a small grocery and a hair salon.

Amenities include a waterside swimming pool, a pier, a BBQ area and a garage parking space. Guests must buzz in to visit residents.

The HOA fee is $377 per month and covers building maintenance, including air conditioning.

Visit tinyurl.com/35ymakc6 to see this home. The seller is asking for cash.

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Miami, Florida:

Bustling, dynamic Miami (population seven million) is known for its sparkling skyline (300 highrises), miles of sugar white beaches, colorful Art Deco architecture, fun shopping venues and world-class nightlife. It sits on Florida's southeastern coast and is a banking hub, a medical hub (Jackson Memorial Hospital is the country's largest hospital) and a tourist magnet, with 25 million people coming to visit the area each year. Miami is also the busiest cruise port in the world.

The majority of the population is Hispanic, due in large part to migration from Cuba after Fidel Castro came to power in 1959. Spanish is the most popular language, giving Miami an international flavor. The city is dotted with rivers, lagoons, canals and bays and has more than 80 tropical parks and gardens of all sizes. Boating, canoeing, sailing, fishing, diving and snorkeling are everyday activities.

Locals also enjoy a zoo, a botanic garden, a dozen museums, a ballet, a symphony and more. Restaurants are known for their Caribbean cuisine, Latin American cuisine and a delicious combination of the two called Floribbean cuisine.

Dozens of diverse neighborhoods pepper the city. Wynwood and the Miami Design District are hipster areas with breweries, upscale shopping and buzzy eateries. Little Havana has an artsy vibe with galleries and salsa dancing clubs. Downtown Miami/Brickell is home to museums, including the PĂ©rez Art Museum Miami and the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science. The city has something for everyone.

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