Turnberry Ocean Colony

Sunny Isles Beach
  • 16051 Collins Ave
    Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
  • $17,900 – $4,780,000
  • 2,200 – 3,700 sqft

Turnberry Ocean Colony stands as the epitome of opulence in Sunny Isles Beach's oceanfront residential landscape. This exclusive gated community redefines luxury living with its North Tower currently open and the South Tower under construction, offering a plethora of choices for discerning residents. Spanning an impressive 35,000 square feet, the property exudes old-world West Indies elegance. It boasts a state-of-the-art spa, an al fresco fitness center, and outdoor massages, all providing a rejuvenating oceanfront experience. The beach and pool areas pamper residents with food and beverage services, while a beauty salon ensures personalized grooming.

Limousine service adds a touch of sophistication, and gourmet oceanfront dining options cater to culinary enthusiasts. A cocktail lounge, card room, multiple pools, and a private dining room elevate the upscale lifestyle. The community prioritizes security with a 24/7 manned gated entrance and individual security systems for each residence. Private foyers accessed via card-operated elevators, high ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling glass doors framing breathtaking views contribute to the spacious ambiance. The kitchen is a chef's dream, equipped with premium appliances, while master bathrooms exude luxury with marble, Jacuzzi tubs, and steam showers. Turnberry Ocean Colony sets an unparalleled standard for refined living, offering an oceanfront haven of luxury, privacy, and unrivaled amenities in Sunny Isles Beach.

For those interested in learning more or making inquiries about Turnberry Ocean Colony, they can reach out to the provided contact number: 305-778-6933.

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Sunny Isles Beach, located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, has a rich history dating back to the 1920s when it was envisioned as a tourist resort known as "Sunny Isles, the America Riviera." Over the decades, it evolved from a destination with unique motel