Another Nice Property Just Listed! Incredible opportunity to own in Golden Beach. Renovate the existing 5 bedrooms 5 bathroom pool home with built-out basement (tri-level property) or build your own custom home on Ocean Blvd/A1A. This home has access to the private "residents only" beach on the east side of A1A!
Luxury beautiful home available for sale in the prestigious town of Golden Beach! Exclusive gated community with walking distance private beach access for residents & guests. Has it all- tennis & basketball courts, playground, beach pavilion, city hall, private police, court yard and a large private heated pool, cabana bath!. Open floor plan, open balcony with beautiful neighborhood views, volume ceilings, recently renovated home, new
This oversized 16,800 sq ft lot offers a rare opportunity to transform or build your dream home just a few steps from the private sands of Golden Beach! The exclusive community of Golden Beach offers 24/7 security by its own private police force, access to the resident-only beach club, endless parks, playgrounds and courts to name a few.
Rare opportunity to build your dream home in exclusive Golden Beach! Located on one of the largest lots currently available in Golden Beach, this oversized, vacant 14,443 square foot lot is cleared and empty, no demolition needed. Located walking distance to the resident-only private beach and the Atlantic Ocean, this lot is nestled between some of Miami’s most exclusive multi-million dollar homes. Walking distance to numerous Golden
GOLDEN BEACH-GATED COMMUNITY-PRIVATE BEACH. TOTALLY REDONE 4 BEDROOM + STUDY, 5 BATH FAMILY HOME ON LARGE 12,500 SF LOT. BRAND NEW TOP OF THE LINE KITCHEN, MARBLE FLOORS THROUGHOUT, NEW MARBLE BATHS, NEW ROOF, IMPACT WINDOWS & DOORS, PLUS MUCH MORE! SPECTACULAR PATIO AREA WITH OVERSIZED POOL.
Gorgeous Gated Mediterranean Estate in Prestigious Golden Beach, Across a Street from the Ocean. The Lowest Price For the Newer House. Community Beach Access & Pavilion. Tennis Courts & Child Play Grounds Inside the Golden Beach. 5 plus Office Bedrooms & 4.5 Bathrooms. Marble & Porcelain Tile Downstairs, Wood Floors Upstairs. State of the Art Kitchen with Large Adjacent Laundry Room leading to 2 Car Garage, Private Terraces.
GOLDEN BEACH'S BEST!! GREAT FAMILY HOME ON QUIET STREET. TOTALLY REDONE IN 2012, THIS FABULOUS HOME FEATURES 4 BEDROOMS, 4 1/2 BATHS ON OVERSIZED 16,067 SF LOT. (137' X 117'). FEATURES INCLUDE: BEAUTIFUL WOOD FLOORS THROUGHOUT, IMPACT GLASS WINDOWS AND DOORS, BRAND NEW KITCHEN AND BATHS, HIGH CEILINGS AND LOTS OF NATURAL LIGHT. POSSIBLE TO EXPAND HOUSE EASILY ON SOUTH SIDE.
FABULOUS CENTER ISLAND, GOLDEN BEACH. CLOSEST PROXIMITY TO PRIVATE BEACH.
RESTORE THIS STATELY MEDITERRANEAN 2 STORY HOME OR BUILD YOUR OWN DREAM PALACE
100 FOOT LOT ON THE CANAL, WITH OCEAN ACCESS.
ENJOY LIFE IN THIS UPSCALE PRIVATE TOWN WITH, TENNIS COURTS, CHILDREN'S PLAYGROUND, PARKS, AND 24 HOUR P0LICE PATROLS.
THE PRIVATE BEACH WITH LIFEGUARD IS THE ENVY OF ALL!
Unique custom built intracoastal front home. Location w/125 ft on the water w/over 80 ft of new dock with Brazilian wood and new sea wall. New roof, completely remodeled swimming pool, new pave and new landscaping. Home has 2 master bedrooms, grand master suite upstairs with private balcony. New marble floors and remodeled bathrooms. Priced to sell fast!!!
Stunning New Construction on much coveted Ocean Boulevard, in the exclusive Town of Golden Beach. 2 story with 5 bedrooms & 5 1/2 baths. Lovely pool area! Steps away from Golden Beach's private beach!
ABOUT GOLDEN BEACH:
Golden Beach is the northern most neighborhood along the ocean in Miami Dade County nestled betwen Sunny Isles Beach and Hallandale Beach. Golden Beach is bounded by the Atlantic ocean to the east and the intracoastal waterway to the west. Golden Beach is one of the few neighborhoods in South Florida that is practically 100% residential without any commercial businesses.
HISTORY: In the early 1920's, two brothers saw the possibilities of Miami Beach and they could appreciate what Joe Young was starting in Broward County. But they had a different vision. Their dream was not of a large city with hotels and business. Instead, they pictured a small, quiet community along the coast, devoted entirely to family life near enough to the large centers yet far enough away to insure the peace and quiet of suburban life.
They looked around for a such a site and finally purchased a strip of the beach ridge slightly less than a mile long at the extreme northern end of Dade County. With this narrow ridge, not much over a hundred yards wide at its widest part, went the swamp land to the west as far back as the then narrow canal-like passage which later developed into the Inland Waterway.
The two men were R.W. and Henry G. Ralston. The dream town they founded is now Golden Beach. The Ralston brothers and their associates of the "Golden Beach Corporation" spent millions of dollars in cleaning out the mangrove swamps, pumping and hauling in fill to build up the swamps, in forming the three islands and the peninsulas between, in building bridges, laying pipe lines, water mains, underground electrical conduits, and in the building of streets.
By 1928, a few houses had been built. These were scattered along the oceanfront (south of the Loggia), on Center Island and on North Bay Drive near the Center Island bridge. When it looked as if the Corporation, as a company, was no longer interested in caring for the development, the property owners themselves decided to take over. Under the General Laws of the State of Florida, a township wishing to incorporate must have twenty-five registered voters. By stretching the imagination and inviting some individuals to live in town for a week or so, exactly twenty-five registered voters met at the home of Mr. R.W. Ralston at 8 p.m. on the night of May 19th, 1928.
A motion to incorporate was passed unanimously. At this meeting, William A. Mentzer was elected mayor. Lorraine G. Smith, Thomas Galvin, Jerome Cherbino, R.W. Ralston, and Henry G. Ralston were elected Councilmen. Edna S. Jamieson was elected Town Clerk and W.C. Garwood, Town Marshall. On May 21st, the Mayor appeared before the Circuit Judge and was sworn in. He, then in turn, gave the oath of office to the Councilmen and Town Marshall. The S.E. room of the residence of R.W. Ralston was designated as the Council Chamber of the town and the third Tuesday of each month was named for the holding of Town Meetings.
At the Organization Meeting, a temporary Code of Laws and Rules of Procedure were adopted, and the Council was organized into the departments as it is today. The Golden Beach Corporation deeded to the new town all parks and public property, including the water distributing system and electric lines. The town operated under the General Laws for one year and four days. It is interesting to note that, three days after that original election, there were ten residents left in Golden Beach.
The Town of Golden Beach was incorporated under its present status, by a special act of the Legislature of the State of Florida in 1929. The act was approved and Golden Beach became a legalized community on May 23rd, 1929.
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