Homes for Sale in Gladeview

Search all Gladeview homes for sale below. Gladeview is a census-designated neighborhood of Miami-Dade County, Florida. Gladeview is among Miami’s most affordable neighborhoods. Originally belonging to the city of Miami, Gladeview became an unincorporated area of the Miami-Dade County following the Great Depression.

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Gladeview Information

Located within the Miami-Dade County, Gladeview is accessible to most cities.

Its nearby cities include Brownsville, Pinewood, West Little River, Hialeah, El Portal, Miami Shores, Westview and Miami Springs.

The tranquil neighborhood is bordered by the cities of West Little River to the north, Liberty City to the east, Hialeah to the west and Brownsville to the south.

Going around the neighborhood and nearby cities are hassle-free for the residents of Gladeview, as there are numerous modes of transportation available.

Metrobus serves the residents of the neighborhood. In addition, Tri-Rail, Miami Metrorail and Amtrak also have stations in Gladeview.

The Metrorail has stations at Northside (NW 32nd Avenue and NW 79th Street) and at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza (NW 27th Avenue and NW 62nd Street). The Tri-Rail has Metrorail Transfer at NW 37th Avenue and NW 79th Street, while the Amtrak has Silver Star and Silver Meteor Service at NW 37th Avenue and NW 79th Street.

Gladeview is also accessible to Miami’s busy cities including Downtown Miami, which is about 6.9 miles away and has a driving time of 12 minutes via the I-95 N. Many entertainment venues are available within 5 miles from the neighborhood.

Gladeview has four (4) hospitals within 2 miles from the neighborhood. This includes Northwest Hospital, Hialeah Hospital, North Shore Hospital and North Shore Medical Center.

Miami-Dade County Correction and Rehabilitation Department is situated in Gladeview. The Miami-Dade Fire Rescue-operated Station 2 Model Cities is also located within the neighborhood.

Gladeview is home to the Gwen Cherry Park that features a well-maintained football field, swimming pool and playground. The park also has a community youth center equipped with a computer room, arts and crafts room, game room and a multipurpose room where many cultural and entertainment activities are often held. The center also boasts of a 9,000-square foot gymnasium.

The neighborhood is also near to many of South Florida’s parks including the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park, African Square Park and the Arcola Park.

Downtown Miami and its many business districts are about 6.9 miles away, while the American Airlines Arena and its many entertainment activities are only 14 minutes from the neighborhood.

Gladeview residents who travel often will find it convenient that the Miami and the Fort-Lauderdale International Airports are just 15 minutes and 37 minutes away, respectively.

The nearest public beach in Gladeview is Ocean Terrace Beach, which is 7.6 miles east of the neighborhood.

Those who love to visit museums can head 3.4 miles southeast of Gladeview to find the Haitian Heritage Museum, while the Historical Museum of South Florida is about 5.3 miles south southeast of Gladeview.