Why Miami is proving to be one of the Gold Coast’s most sought after suburbs

Defined by its secluded beachfront and headland views, Miami cultivates a relaxed lifestyle and a strong sense of connection to both place and people.

The Gold Coast suburb has experienced a boom in recent times, with the median unit price jumping 48 per cent in the last three years. Miami has also been proven as somewhere people don’t want to leave. The average duration of homeownership in the beachside suburb is around 50 per cent more than the neighbouring Burleigh and Mermaid Beach.

Renowned boutique townhome developer Highlife Homes has taken to the sought-after locale for their latest project, Harmoni on Hythe, where residents are treated to a unique blend of natural beauty and urban amenities.

Hythe Street, where Harmoni on Hythe sits, is located just 160 metres from the sands of Miami Beach, where local favourite Piccolo’s Espresso Café is conveniently located within the Miami Surf Club. The proximity to the beach and local cafes epitomises the quintessential coastal lifestyle that Miami offers.

Miami residents are spoiled for choice when it comes to recreational activities. The suburb is strategically positioned close to major amenities. It sits next to the vibrant Mermaid Beach and enjoys proximity to the renowned Burleigh Golf Course and Pizzey Park, with the multipurpose facility offering rugby, tennis, swimming, netball, gymnastics, and even an athletics track. There’s also a skate park and a dog exercise facility.

Whether you’re a golf enthusiast, a fitness fanatic, or simply someone who enjoys leisurely strolls in the park, Miami has you covered.

Residents of Harmoni on Hythe are also well-connected to the broader Gold Coast area. The Gold Coast Highway is easily accessible, allowing for convenient travel both north and south. North Burleigh is a mere 500 metres from the development, making it easy to enjoy the far-reaching coastline, while for families, Miami State High School is located just 850 metres away, adding to the convenience for school-going children.

Harmoni on Hythe
19 Hythe Street, Miami QLD 4220

Harmoni on Hythe residents are not only surrounded by natural beauty but also immersed in the cultural vibrancy of Miami. Enjoy a leisurely sunset stroll along the Oceanway path, offering views of the iconic coastline, or, dive into the buzzing atmosphere of the neighbourhood’s eclectic mix of unique cafes, celebrated restaurants, and inspired music and market events, all within walking distance from Harmoni. 

Miami Aquatic Centre, featuring two heated Olympic 50-meter pools, an indoor training pool, and a children’s play area, is just five-minutes away, as is Miami Tennis Club, which has ten synthetic grass courts, two air-conditioned clubhouses, and a pro shop.

Miami Marketta brings the suburb to life at night every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Located just a kilometre from Harmoni, the indoor and outdoor night market features live music, a diverse selection of street food, cocktails, and craft beer, creating an unforgettable dining and entertainment experience.

Dotted with open green spaces, Harmoni also benefits from being just a stone’s throw from Redondo Park and Don MacSween Park, giving residents a plethora of opportunities to get outside and enjoy the outdoors. 

Construction on the project has just completed, with only three townhomes remaining. 

Article source: www.urban.com.au

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