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The Miami International Art Fair will take place from January 18-21, 2013. The fair will feature premier galleries from all over the world, along with accomplished curators and collectors. January will mark the fourth year of the art fair, and is one of the most anticipated mid-winter art fairs in the U.S. The fair will kick off with a private preview on January 17, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. Additional distinguished guests will also be invited to the Collector’s Invitational from 8:30 pm to 10 pm that evening.

Sculpture Miami

The 2013 event will be held in Miami’s downtown Art & Entertainment district, where patrons and participants can enjoy a five-day extravaganza of beautiful art and culture. The Miami International Art Fair will also present Sculpture Miami, a waterside sculpture exhibit in Bayfront Park. More than 30 international and large-scale installers and sculptors will have their work on public display. The exhibit can be seen from December 4, 2012 through March 12, 2013.

Event Details

During the contemporary fair, 30 international dealers will present the works of both established and up-and-coming artists. All artistic media will be featured, including painting, photography, mixed media, sculpture and installation, and video. The overall goal of the event is to showcase some of the most talented artists of the 21st century. This distinguished event will also take place aboard the exquisite SeaFair, docked at the Intercontinental Hotel Dock. The vessel will serve as the place where business and pleasure are expertly combined to create an event attendees wont’ soon forget. The 2013 Miami International Art Fair is one of the best places for dealers from all over the world to meet with new collectors. Check out for more information, or call International Fine Art Expositions at 239-949-5411 to purchase tickets.

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Recovery Still Slowly Moving Forward

Nationwide, the housing market experienced a 3% gain in the month of May. While the advance was still small, it marked a significant improvement over anemic advances posted in the prior two months. According to the highly regarded Case – Schiller report, the gains in March and April were only a fraction of a percent, .7% for both months. Year to year, prices still fell 1.9%, but this was a lower figure than an expected decline of 2.5%. This represents the smallest decline seen in over 3 years.

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The gains announced come on the heels of recently announced data showing an increase in housing starts, sales of new homes, and sales of existing homes. This round of good news has led many analysts to believe that the worst may be over in the housing slump. The growing sense of optimism adds further credibility to the notion that the nation’s economic recovery is finally beginning to pick up steam.

Instead of acting as a drag on the larger economy, the housing market is now starting to be viewed as a bright spot. The large number of foreclosures still weighs heavily on the market however, and prices remain well below their peak. The attendant activity surrounding the sale of a home creates a multiplier effect in job creation. The transaction will involve firms that deal with title insurance, a real estate broker, a mortgage broker, an appraiser, insurance agents, movers, and more. When people move into a new home, they tend to go on shopping sprees to furnish and equip their new abode. They purchase, carpets, drapes, and other accessories and often hire people to install them. Work will also be done on the yard space which can mean more work for gardeners and landscapers. Given all the economic activity it generates, the housing sector is considered critical to job creation.

Outlook Brightens but Problems Remain

Fear still remains over what banks will do with the surfeit of foreclosures they still hold. Many of these are currently being withheld from the market in an attempt to stimulate a rise in price levels. Any sudden dumping of these properties could cause price to plunge once again.

The federal government along with state’s attorneys general recently hammered out a $26 billion settlement with the banking industry. The fines were levied for lending practices that were deemed abusive. In particular there was a problem with robo signing of documents that were supposed to have been reviewed, but were simply automatically signed off on. While the settlement terms were being worked out, banks agreed to hold off on foreclosures. Now that agreement has been reached, there could be new spate of foreclosures.

Still, the nation’s 20 largest cities have all reported housing gains in the last month indicating the recovery is real and widespread. This comes as welcome news to a market that has spent over 5 years in a slump. The lengthy decline is said to have had a significant effect on the nation’s psyche.

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An in-ground pool is the ultimate step in making backyard upgrades. If you’ve always wanted one, now may be the time to make it happen. Prices have fallen during the recession by up to 30 percent. Nevertheless, it remains a big investment, so it’s important to make smart choices with regard to size, shape, site selection, and type.

Types of Pools

When deciding on your pool size and shape along with budget, available area, and design wishes all will play a part in your decision.

  • Swim spas which are small pools that produce a man-made current against which you can swim in place.
  • Lap pools that are typically narrow but require a considerable yard. Some are as long as an Olympic pool and are meant for training or exercise.
  • Recreational pools are usually shallow at one end and deep enough for diving at the other. Typically rectangular, they come in many sizes. Free form shapes are also available and are often preferred because they blend well into the backyard landscape.

Where to Install

Many pool owners prefer to install their pool close to the kitchen or family room. That provides ready access to the house and makes it easier to bring food and drinks out and to clean up afterwards. It’s also easier to keep an eye on the pool from the house. That said, a somewhat secluded pool has the feel of a vacation getaway — without ever pulling out of the driveway. As long as the pool is connected to the house with a smooth, well-lit path and has a sizable pool deck around it for outdoor furniture and a grill, no one will complain. A pool cabana, of course, allows for nearby dressing and showering.

Pool Construction

The majority of today’s pools are built of vinyl, fiberglass, or concrete (called either wet shotcrete or Gunite, depending upon how it’s mixed and applied). Poured concrete pools and concrete block pools have fallen out of favor. A plaster finish is troweled over shotcrete or Gunite surfaces. Vinyl is the least expensive option. Inside a suitable excavation, a frame of wood, plastic or metal is erected. The most stable systems are set in a concrete footing. Wall panels are then fastened to the framing, plumbing is installed, and a sand base is laid. A heavy-duty vinyl liner is fastened to the top of the frame and what remains of the hole is back-filled. Masonry coping is installed over the top of the wall. Fiberglass pools are pre-molded in a variety of shapes and sizes. They are manufactured with steps, benches, and swim-outs already in place (not the case with vinyl).

After the hole has been dug, plumbing installed, and sand base laid, it is lowered into the hole and leveled. To avoid bowing, filling the pool with water and back-filling with sand must be done simultaneously. No framing is required. Shotcrete pools are made by shooting a mix of cement, sand, water, and aggregate from a pneumatic applicator at high speeds against the earthen walls and base of the pool excavation and around a grid woven of steel rebar (reinforcing bar). Multiple passes are necessary to build the mixture to the desired thickness. The concrete must be troweled smooth before it sets, and afterwards a coat of plaster is applied. These are several options and factors to consider when you are creating your backyard paradise. But once it’s done you will see that it was worth the effort.

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State First in Foreign Sales

Recent reports show Florida leads the nation in home sales to foreign buyer. People listing a foreign mailing address as their address of record constituted 5.5% of buyers in the Miami region between May of 2011 and January of 2012. Even this figure may be below the true number since buyers may purchase the home through some sort of broker or agent or have another place in the states. South Florida remained the top market for foreign buyers through the twelve months ending in March of 2012.

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In 2010, some 39% of the residents in the Miami metro region were born outside theU.S. The following year, 7.4 of the population that had moved within the last year had made the move from a foreign country.

The median price for a home in the Miami metro area was 184,700 by the end of last year. That was a drop of 1.4% from the fourth quarter median for 2010.Condominiums showed some gain during the period rising 8.3% to $87,100 in the fourth quarter of 2011. The top three countries of origin for these foreign buyers are Canada, Argentina, and Venezuela.

According to recent figures compiled by the National Association of Realtors, the Miami region comprised 30% of all foreign sales in Florida. The Orlando area had the second greatest amount of international sales, 14%. Local realtors report figures of 20 to 30% of the clients entering the market for home buying are now foreign. The U.S is seen as safe haven for real estate investment. While that may seem strange for anyone familiar with the market forFloridareal estate over the last several years, many foreign buyers come from countries with unstable governments and rampant inflation.
Miami Loaded with Allure

The Miami region is considered especially attractive for foreign buyers because of the international flair that the city has. The climate and beaches are also major attractions. The area has a vibrant Cuban community along with many other Hispanic groups which has helped attract immigrants from throughout Latin America. The region is also attracting more and more people from Canada and Europe.

Coastal property in the South Florida area comes at a lower cost than may be found in other waterfront locales. The Mediterranean Basin and the major coastal cities in South America have far high priced property along their coasts. In addition, the U.S.makes it relatively easy for foreigners to purchase a home here. In many other countries, foreigners are not permitted to own land.

The 2011 edition of the Survey of International Home Purchases put out by the National Association of realtors reports that 83% of realtors worked with at least one foreign buyer that year. The most interest came from Canadian, followed by Argentines, and then Venezuelans. Figures from the previous year placed Venezuela first, followed by Brazil, Argentina, and then Canada, Almost half the realtors indicated that the number of foreign clients they dealt with had increased in 2011, while 34% said there had been no change, and 15% reported a decline.

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2201 Collins Avenue is the heart of luxury; you’ll find culture, performing arts and reading diffusing in this one paradise. Life on this avenue is filled with beguilement and ebullience that one aspires to achieve. The peace is indescribable and the beauty leaves you in awe. Twin factors; effervescence and world class luxury encompasses this residence, hence giving you a feeling of a sweet bliss.

The south beach on 2201 Collins Avenue is the hub of all vivacity; the style, the night life, the world famous restaurants and the history make it an unbelievably desirable place to call home. Real estate condos found on 2201 Collins Avenue are one of the most exclusive condos found in the world. Capital shopping and restaurants are just a short walk away from many of the buildings, amalgamating the best of living in the city in addition to the seaside community, making everyone who visits here envious of your glory.

  • Some condos are available at pre-construction prices, offering an array of amenities to their residents.
  • Starting from $399,000 for a size of 851 to over 2,000 sq. feet and prices touching the skies for a 2-story 7,000 sq. feet penthouse, offering you ultimate luxury.
  • Many of these properties give the ecstatic view of the bay, beach, city and ocean; making it impossible for the visitors of the city to say no to buying the condo and leaving their chance to live such a blissful life.
  • Where the word “luxury” is attached it means that every little thing will be top-notch élite.
  • The lobby’s common areas will provide a tea and coffee bar with the services of afternoon tea and coffee in addition to many more services to give you A-1 comfort.
  • From residences designed by award winning designers, an unparalleled view of the ocean from expansive glass balconies to staying connected to the world via fast high-speed internet service, it is all part of the package of the real estate condos at 2201 Collins Avenue.

You will be mesmerized by the Collins Park situated right in the center of the Collins Avenue, enjoying the history and culture that lies there. The Miami Beach regional library gives you the chance to take a hot sip of knowledge out of your favorite writer’s book, while appealing the scenery around you. For the art lovers the Miami city ballet is the place to be, to give your eyes and ears a visit to paradise, with beautiful performances and majestic music elevating your spirits.

Furthermore, the Art Basel exhibition takes place annually in December; hence you can ponder on the beauty of the exhibits. Bass museum will awaken your soul with the priceless exhibits displayed for their visitors; you can spend a day in discovering the history behind every display.

Summing it all up, ‘boredom’ is not a word used when in 2201 Collins Avenue as you’ll have a piece of everything. For every age group to each array of interest that one might have, you can avail from the fascinating offerings of this Avenue. Once here it’ll be surely hard to leave until you’ve taken a condo here to call it your home.

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Fort Lauderdale homes and real estate properties are famed for elegance and history

As the country seat of Broward County, Fort Lauderdale is famous for its culturally rich area and scenic geography. Nearly 165,000 reside year-round, amidst the Southern Florida metro area that includes nearly 5.5 million.

The city was incorporated in 1911, becoming a part of Broward County in 1915. Like other areas in the state, Fort Lauderdale benefited from Florida land boom in the 1920s. Further prosperity followed World War II, causing a rapid population growth from the 1950s to 1960. Now the area draws in millions of travelers each years. Aside from an economy strengthened by tourism, the area benefits economically from the presence of such companies as AutoNation, National Beverage Corp, Tenet Healthcare, Citrix Systems, American Express, DHL Express, and Spirit Airlines.

The median sale price for homes in the Fort Lauderdale area is $233,000. Real estate in Coral Ridge, Coral Ridge Country Club Estates, Central Beach, Galt Mile, Imperial Point, and Victoria Park, neighborhoods is in demand. In fact, real estate in several neighborhoods reach seven digit sales, as is commonly seen in Nurmi Isles and Las Oslas homes.

Fun things to do in Fort Lauderdale

Once a hot spot for college students on spring break, Fort Lauderdale shed that image and now built up a reputation a sophisticated vacation destination. Millions of people flock to the thousands of dining opportunities, hundreds of night clubs, and intricate waterways of the “Venice of America.”

As such, this is also one of the foremost yachting centers in the United States. Some notable sites include the Fort Lauderdale Swap Shop, International Swimming Hall of Fame, and Hugh Taylor Birch State Park. For more area attractions see the links below:

Popular Activities



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Jungle Island, on Watson Island adjacent to the Port of Miami, has been a part of Miami for over 75 years and showcases a stunning variety of animals for visitors of all ages to enjoy. It is one of the premier parks in the country, if not the world, especially noteworthy for its Integrated Pest Management Program (IPM), designed to reduce pesticide risk to humans and the environment.

As a result, visitors to the park can enjoy the park's many animals, birds, plants, and attractions.

Animals and Plants

  • Birds: Jungle Island boasts an array of birds sure to enthrall: cockatoos, penguins, owls, the iconic flamingo, macaws, condors, and more.
  • Mammals: See leopards, llamas, red kangaroos, warthogs and two special animals: a golden tabby tiger (one of the rarest of tigers in that is has none of the black coloration like on Bengal tigers) and a liger (the offspring of a male lion and female tiger). The liger at Jungle Island is recognized as the largest cat in the world.
  • Primates: The colorful array of primates is a favorite among visitors and include squirrel monkeys, orangutans, lemurs, baboons, gibbons, and more.
  • Reptiles: What’s a visit to a Florida animal park without alligators? See Jungle Island’s albino alligator, American alligators, Burmese python, and other reptiles.
  • Fish: Observe and learn about the channel catfish, Florida gar, koi, and more in Jungle Island’s aquatic settings.
  • Plants: Of course, there would be no jungle without a variety of vibrant plants, trees, and flowers to dot the lush landscape: banana trees, bo trees, banyan trees, coconut palms, red bougainvillea, crotons, cordias, and more.


  • Winged Wonders: features beautiful animals that range from playful to dangerous. Daily shows that enthrall visitors of all ages.
  • Wild Encounter: an uncaged interaction between the park’s animal experts and the big cats, including the tigers, panthers, leopards, and ligers. There’s even a special show featuring the humans, the cats, and the primates.
  • Dr. Wasabi’s Wild Adventures: audiences meet the wild animals Dr. Wasabi has encountered in his treks throughout the world, including alpacas, snapping turtles, baboons, and penguins.

See park web site for days and times.


  • Posing Area: pose for photos with Jungle Island’s renowned colorful parrots.
  • Manu Encounter: an interactive exhibit created after the clay cliffs in Peru, observe the habits and habitats of monkeys, macaws, parrots, and more.
  • Primate Chat: watch primates such as orangutans, gibbons, and other primates swing, jump, run, and show off their agility to the delight of entranced audiences.
  • Kangaroo Konnection: visitors of all ages greet, play, and hang out with the park’s cute kangaroos.
  • Petting Barn: feed and pet the goats, cows, donkeys, and llamas and pose for fun pictures with them all.

Education Edventures and Shopping

Jungle Island is an entertaining place for learning about animals, their habitats, and the environment. Camps, field trips, slumber parties, scout programs, homeschool programs, and more are on offer to help the youngest of visitors enjoy their educational time at Jungle Island.

The Island Treasures Gift Shop offers books, games, stuffed animals, apparel, and more to take home and commemorate your visit.

Jungle Island is a fascinating and unique place to see animals, plants, and jungle habitats to enjoy and learn about. Visit for information concerning special events, park times, and more.

All these and more awaits your kids in Miami. As a family-friendly city, Miami Beach offers a wide range of theme parks & tourist spots perfect for family weekend getaways. Interested with Luxury Miami Real Estate & Condo? Allan Kleer and his team are known for representing high profile celebrity clients, as well as high net worth international clientele. TheKleerTeam represents many first time luxury condo and homebuyers. Schedule an appointment for a personal interview.


Miami Museum of Science seeks to inspire people of all ages to enjoy science and technology to better understand themselves and the world. Through a variety of activities, event, and special exhibits, Miami Museum of Science encourages all visitors to enjoy their exhibits and take part in their activities.

Fabulous First Fridays

Taking place on July 6, August 3, and September 7, Fabulous First Fridays are evenings of lasers, music, stars, and more. There’s the Free Planetarium Star Show, rooftop viewing from atop the Observatory, and the famous laser light show, featuring music from The Beatles and Pink Floyd. There’s even the Space Gallery for hands-on activities and demonstrations as well as the Activity Room for the youngest ones in your family.

Heart Smart

Heart Smart is a 1000-square-foot traveling exhibition in English, Spanish and Haitian Creole. Interactive, it engages visitors in heart health by encouraging them to report health habits and measure blood pressure, height, weight, and waist size.

A museum-based research project, the exhibit also invites visitors to contribute, anonymously, their own health and demographic data to actual research. Heart Smart is an innovative way of illustrating the benefits of scientific research and educating visitors about the prevention of heart disease.

Moving Things

At Moving Things, visitors learn the most efficient way to something from one place to another. Everything moves – Earth, the stars, cars, water, people, clouds, and sand. But how and why?

In Moving Things, participants test their brain vs. their brawn in this incredibly fun, educational hands-on exhibit, which focuses on how things get moved around from place to place – sometimes easily, sometimes not so much. This exhibit always springs surprises with a variety of special activities and subjects.

Traffic: The age-old traffic question: which is the best way to go: 10 miles by multi-lane freeway or half that on winding, two-lane back roads? In addition to distance, traffic is a major factor in picking the best way to go from point A to point B.

But what determines whether or not traffic moves smoothly or jams up? This exhibit gives visitors an idea. Using an exhibit akin to an air hockey table, visitors try to manage a flow of traffic by putting discs of different shapes and sizes in motion. The test is avoiding traffic jams, tailgating, and taking too much time.

Packing a Pallet: We all know how strangely efficient and easy it is to move things when they are packed uniformly onto a pallet. At this exhibit, visitors learn that packing and stacking with minimal gaps make all the difference. A fun activity to try is seeing how many of you and your friends can be packed inside a square meter!

Turntable: If you’ve been on a merry-go-round, you know what’s it like to try and get off while it’s still in motion. Why? In this exhibit, you’ll learn that rotating objects have unique properties, all of which can either get you going or knock you off your feet. Here, guests try placing rings, disks, and other spheres on a rotating turntable to see if the objects go where predicted. Truly unique fun that educates.

Packing Parcels: Not the same as packing a pallet. Here, participants pack a container as efficiently as possible in order to make as few trips as possible. A little time planning your packing saves time and effort in the long run. Test yourself to see if you can arrange the colored shapes into a solid block with no gaps.

: We’ve all heard the term “streamlined”, but what does it mean? Moving objects through air or water takes energy, and the faster the motion and the bigger the object, the greater the resistance. Being streamlined means air or water flows past or over objects more easily, which saves energy. Participants place shapes in a stream of water at this exhibit to see which shapes the water flows around the fastest.

There is much more to see, do, and learn at the Miami Museum of Science. Visit to learn more.

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As Europe continues to battle its financial crisis, there is a lot of volatility happening in markets these days. Earlier this month, Spain officially requested a bailout making this the largest and fourth European economy to request help.

While these global events continue to take place, fluctuations are keeping low mortgage rates here in the U.S. on track.

Overall applications increased 1.3% with refinances accounting for 78% of all business for the week ending June 1st, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association’s Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey.

While the purchase index decreased only slightly, mortgage refinances increased 2%.’s survey of direct and wholesale lenders shows that mortgage rates remained steady over that week with 15 year fixed mortgage rates at 2.750%, 30 year fixed mortgage rates at 3.375%, and 5/1 ARM loan rates at 2.125%, all of which are available with 0.7 to 1% origination fee to well-qualified borrowers.

High affordability for a home purchase could bring some positive action as the active summer buying season is now underway.

Homebuyers need stable income and employment, enough assets for the closing and reserves, along with good credit in order to receive lender approval.

Current homeowners who have mortgages with Freddie Mac or Fannie Mae are finding that the Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) is helping them to refinance to lower mortgage rates, thus avoiding a short sale, future foreclosure, or strategic default.

In order to be eligible for HARP, the existing mortgage must have been sold to either of these GSEs before June 1, 2009. It’s easy to obtain additional information about HARP with an online inquiry which returns a response within minutes.

Online HARP inquiries are more successful because there are more lenders available in one place at one time who are willing and eager to assist borrowers with their needs.

The FHA Streamline Refinance, with reduced upfront and annual mortgage insurance premiums, is now in place and is expected to bring in millions of FHA refinances until the end of 2013. The program is now available to FHA borrowers with mortgages endorsed prior to June 1, 2009 and is expected to be a huge success.

While the program does not allow for cash out, it does have no verifications required, meaning that even borrowers who have lost income can be approved.

Due to the large number of borrowers applying for this FHA loan program, obtaining an online inquiry which doesn’t require a social security number can produce the quickest results to a lower FHA mortgage rate.

Currently FHA 15 year fixed mortgage rates are at 2.625%, 30 year fixed mortgage rates are at 3.125%, and FHA 5/1 ARM loan rates are at 2.625%.

FHA purchase mortgages have decreased since the increase in the upfront mortgage insurance premium on new loans makes FHA closing costs high. However, it’s important for borrowers to know that in most cases these expenses can be added to the mortgage amount.

Jumbo mortgage rates have also remained steady for the week ending June 1 with jumbo 15 year fixed mortgage rates at 3.125%, jumbo 30 year fixed mortgage rates at 4.125%, and jumbo 5/1 ARM loan rates at 2.250%.

These are the lowest jumbo mortgage rates available with 0.7 to 1% origination fee for borrowers with excellent credit.

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Fisher Island was built way back in the 1920’s as the winter estate of “William and Rosamund Vanderbilt”. With a great history and many celebrity residents, it was a sight to be seen. After 75 years, the Island once again been restored to its former glory. Fisher Island Homes & Condos belongs to the list of top choices in Miami Beach real estate market along with other luxury islands like Hibiscus Island & La Gorce Island.

Such is its grandeur that according to the vogue magazine, the Island cannot be mistaken for any other form of land it is the heart of luxury, glamour, delicious cuisines and endless malls. In contrast, one can even enjoy those peaceful and serene walks on the pristine beaches while watching the sun set into the horizon. The island is unlike any other, it’s lifestyle is its own. Families of diverse cultures and tourists mingle and engage in similar activities, most of them for entertainment.

The island is a combination of the main club of Vanderbilt mansion, a private beach club along the beach side, cozy and romantic restaurants, an extremely well maintained tennis center and the 1925 cottages.

It also offers water marinas and a golf course of international standards for the golf lovers.

Another amazing feature of this island is its professional and highly modern spas.

They offer the residents facilities and amenities that make them feel nothing short of royalty.

The private and luxury residential community of the island is located in the club resort on the island that is tropical-lush.

This residential hub enjoys full security and privacy.

The best thing about the Fisher Island is perhaps its dynamic of mix of more than forty different cultures, which keep the life on the island exciting and exotic.

The Fisher Island is located literally a few minutes by boat from the Miami Beach to the south. This allows the residents to enjoy the Miami Beach’s activities, grand theaters, shopping malls, museums and the amazing nightlife in the form of great many night clubs, bars and pubs. The Island also showcases smart and elegant architecture, elegant interior and gives a breathtaking oceanic view. The private residential community can be approached by using a helicopter, car ferry, boat or a seaplane.

Fisher Island is the home of many brilliantly built condo units, which range from one bedroom to seven bedroom units. Each and every condo showcases brilliant architectural designs and extravagant and luxurious interiors. The condo towers also have many amenities and facilities. The residents can spend their time by taking relaxing dips in the huge private swimming pool or get stress-free and amazing massages from the Island’s on-property spas. For those who like to stay in shape the island’s clubhouse has a fully equipped gym or a fitness center, where you can get personal training.

Of the 600 units that are on the island, 93 are for sale within the price range of $349,000 to $14,000,000. They may seem pricey, but when you consider all the facilities you’d get out of it, I’d say it’s worth it.

With a landscape that takes your breath away and the residential accommodation that is nothing short of classic, Fisher Island is definitely a dream land.

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