Indian Creek Island also known as Indian Creek Village is an exclusive 300 acre Greater Miami Beach private island in Biscayne Bay directly west of Bal Harbour. The population of this exclusive luxury island is just 86 residents, living in only 32 luxury bayfront homes. Indian Creek Village is currently the 8th highest income locale in the United States. Indian Creek Island homes are some of the most luxurious and sought after homes in the U.S. and the world.
The private island is also home to the ultra-exclusive Indian Creek Country Club. In addition to being one of the oldest private club houses in South Florida, the club's golf course is widely considered to be Greater Miami's finest golf course. This world famous golf course occupies the entire interior of the island with a few of the holes reaching out to the waterfront.
Indian Creek Island Privacy & Security
A very unique and sought after feature of Indian Creek Island is the high level of security that residents are afforded. This luxury island village is unique among other similar sized luxury communities in having its own State of Florida sworn police force. The police force includes it's own 24/7 police boat patrol around the island. With a police force of 14 sworn officers to protect the residents. Indian Creek Island may be the most protected and secure incorporated municipality in the United States.
The Residents of Indian Creek Island
Famous residents of Indian Creek Village both past and present include singer Julio Iglesias, pro golfer Raymond Floyd, coaches Rick Pitino and Don Shula, U.S. Senator George Smathers, Sheik Mohammed al-Fassi of Saudi Arabia, TV host Don Francisco, billionaire investor Carl Icahn, co-founder of Calvin Klein Barry Schwartz, billionaire developer Donny Soffer, radio magnate Raul Alarcon, real estate billionaire Peter Breton, Perry Ellis head George Feldenkreis and others.
Recent Record Breaking Sales in Indian Creek Island
Hedge Fund manager Edward Lampert purchased a $38.4 million luxury estate home on Indian Creek Island in the spring of 2012, which set a record for a single family home sale in Miami-Dade county. Now the August 2012 $47 million dollar sale of the brand new 3 Indian Creek home has officially set the new sales record for a single family home sale in Miami Dade county.
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