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The Last 12 Houses on Florida’s Fisher Island Are Up for Sale

They’re priced in the range of $33 million, which is expensive even for America’s fifth-richest zip code.

A rendering of one of the houses.

A rendering of one of the houses.

Source: Fisher Island Holdings, LLC

Fisher Island, a wealthy enclave just south of Miami Beach, is accessible only by ferry or helicopter. The roughly 800 residences on the island, nearly all of them condominiums, have been occupied by the likes of Oprah Winfrey and Boris Becker.

Now, the community, which for years claimed the title of America’s richest zip code (it’s currently at No. 5) will have 12 new single-family homes. The mansions will have about 10,000 square feet and cost around $3,300 per square foot, meaning that—at roughly $33 million apiece—they have the potential to be the most expensive real estate on the island. They’ll also be some of its last dwellings. This the final batch of single-family homes that can be built, according to the developer.