About Indian Creek
Indian Creek Island is an exclusive island community near Miami Beach, ranked among the top ten wealthiest communities in the country. The island fortress, featuring unparalleled security and the best amenities Miami can afford, is comprised mostly of a huge golf course, with 33 grand, waterfront homes surrounding it. The mansions range in value, the most expensive sold at a record-breaking $47 million last year, shortly after the $38.4 million Island Creek purchase by hedge fund billionaire Eddie Lampert. The community is home to other billionaires and A-listers, among them business tycoon Carl Icahn, supermodel Adriana Lima, car dealership tycoon Norman Braman, Latin star Julio Iglesias, and retired football coach, Don Shula.
Typical Indian Creek home are expansive and luxurious, the pinnacle of privileged living with enticing waterfront access and boat dockage. Some notable aspects of existing homes include glorious home theaters, elevators, multiple-car garages, elegant landscapes, billiards and game rooms, quality craftsmanship and pristine finishes, infinity pools, cabanas, steam and massage rooms, among others.
Indian Creek is ranked as one of the safest communities in the country, owing to its own State of Florida sworn police force that includes 24/7 patrols on both land and sea, and a heavily-guarded entrance. The level of security of the island ranks it among the most protected incorporated municipalities in the United States. Indian Creek’s clubhouse is one of the oldest in South Florida, and includes a golf course that is frequently ranked as the finest in the city, including waterfront holes.
The island is only minutes away from other prestigious and affluent communities, such as Sunny Isles, Aventura, and South Beach, each home to world-class designer shops and boutiques, the finest dining venues, and enviable nightlife and entertainment. Furthermore, the rich, cultural and vibrant community of Downtown Miami and Brickell are viewed from across the bay, easily visited on days tenants desire a more urban environment.