Why We Love Miami Shores
Developed in the 1920s, Miami Shores is a bastion of art deco architecture. Bayfront vistas, quaint churches and wide, tree-lined streets are all part of Miami Shores’ small-town charm.
What was once a collection of tropical plantations, citrus groves, and agriculture mills is now known as Miami Shores. While the low-key neighborhood in the city’s northern corridor is mostly residential, it is also home to rich history and a thriving small business community.
Often voted as one of the best places to live in Florida, Miami Shores is a lush residential area of Miami with a population of 10,756. It is located less than 15 minutes from downtown Miami, Miami Beach and the Miami International Airport.
Living in Miami Shores offers residents a dense suburban feel where most residents own their homes. Miami Shores offers locally-loved restaurants, shopping and parks. Many local small business owners, families and young professionals live in Miami Shores. It is a neighborhood that generational families established, and still call home.
Miami Shores Country Club is in the heart of this community and boasts one of the most unique courses in South Florida. With majestic oak trees and gently rolling terrain, the historic 18-hole championship layout will challenge and delight golfers of all skill levels.