Homes for Sale in Redland

Search all Redland homes for sale below. Redland is an unincorporated area within Miami-Dade County. Often mistaken as The Redlands, the community is an agricultural area home to many wild peacocks.

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Redland Real Estate April 13, 2021
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Redland Information

Located 20 miles southwest of Downtown, Redland was named for its abundance of red clay above the huge oolite rock layer. Early settlers named the community as such to differentiate it from the Redlands town in California. The area began as an anticipation of the construction of Henry Flagler’s Florida East Coast Railroad as homesteaders from the 1900s tried to develop a way of cultivating a difficult soil.

For its rich agricultural lands, the community has been subject of interest for most botanists, agriculturalists and naturalists all over the world. The area has been designated as a Wild Bird Sanctuary.

The community has strictly imposed lot sizes to be a minimum of 5 acres of land to prevent urbanization in the area.

Redland is bounded to the northeast by Richmond West, to the east by Naranja-Princeton, to the south by Homestead and the Everglades to the west.

While not as developed as its neighboring cities, Redland has interesting places that residents and visitors love to visit. Monkey Jungle, a 30-acre wildlife park, is a place for the study of endangered monkeys in their semi-natural habitats. Visitors who will walk through tunnels will get to see about 500 primates in 18 different species in the midst of the Amazonian rainforest.

Located 20 miles southwest of Downtown is the botanical garden of Fruit and Spice Park that features 500 varieties of nuts, fruits and spice trees. Visitors are allowed to sample fallen fruits but they are prohibited from picking from the trees.

Redland Real Estate

Redland mandates each property owner to have expansive lots, with a minimum of 5 acres. Most of the homes are sprawling ranch style bungalows that are reminiscent of the glory of Miami during the yesteryears.

  • Redland Edge
  • Redland Bowers
  • Redland Farm Home
  • Redland Park Estate
  • Redland Pine Estates
  • Redland Forest
  • Redland Grove Estates