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632 Apartments for rent in Fountainebleau, FL

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Art 88
8855 Fontainebleau Blvd, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
$1,565
686 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
830 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 01:39 PM
One- and two-bedroom units feature large floorplans, tile floors, designer tile tub surrounds, large closets and oversized balconies. Lake views are available. Community features include two swimming pools, elevators, BBQ area and on-site laundry.
1 Unit Available
300 NW 107th Ave
300 Northwest 107th Avenue, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
1114 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
2/2 Updated kitchen, bathroom, fenced back yard with shed. Community pool. Location Location Location. Call listing agent. Tenant will leave at the end of the month
1 Unit Available
8885 Fontainebleau Blvd
8885 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
891 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Beautiful, renovated, spacious 2 Bedroom 1 1/2 Bathrooms condo in a great location at the lovely community of Pine Lake Village in the heart of Fontainebleau.
1 Unit Available
11123 NW 7th St
11123 Northwest 7th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1009 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
GREAT LOCATION! PATIO WEST ONE, A GATED COMMUNITY. IT IS A TWO-STORY CONDO, 2 BEDROOM 2 1/2 BATHS,KITCHEN, LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM ON FIRST FLOOR. WASHER & DRYER INSIDE THE UNIT. COMMUNITY AMENITIES INCLUDE POOL, TENNIS COURT.
1 Unit Available
560 NW 82nd Pl
560 Northwest 82nd Place, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOME READY FOR RENT! Very well kept and updated bathrooms town-home in the heart of Fontainebleau. 2 Bedroom with patio. Two-story townhome with paved Patio and 2 bedrooms and 1.5 updated baths with Washer and Dryer in the Unit.
1 Unit Available
210 Fontainebleau Blvd
210 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
$1,300
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Great 1 bed - 1 bath rental in the heart of Fontainebleau Blvd. Fully remodeled, new appliances, ready to move in. Open Parking Spaces. NO PETS. NO Washer & Dryer inside the unit. Bring your pickiest clients. Property is on Supra.
1 Unit Available
9686 Fontainebleau Blvd
9686 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
2 bedroom + 2 bathroom apartment located at Golfview Fontainebleau. Minutes away from 836 & FL Turnpike. Great Landlord! Unit Available for moving starting September 1st. Unit has 2 assigned parking.
1 Unit Available
9110 Fontainebleau Blvd
9110 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
MARVELOUS 3/2 WITH LAMINATED FLOORS, BEAUTIFULLY REMODELED WITH KITCHEN LESS THAN A YEAR OLD. LOTS OF STORAGE AND HUGE WALK-IN CLOSETS. COMMUNITY FEATURES COMMUNITY POOL, TENNIS COURT AND EXERCISE ROOM. WASHER & DRYER IN UNIT.
1 Unit Available
11091 NW 7th St
11091 Northwest 7th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1108 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Patio West One, a two-story condo completely remodeled and ready to move in. 2 Beds with 2½ Baths, Living, Dining, Storage room, Washer & Dryer.
1 Unit Available
8976 W Flagler St
8976 West Flagler Street, Fountainebleau, FL
Century Park
3 Bedrooms
$2,300
1426 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Freshly painted townhouse.3 bedrooms,3 bathrooms with new kitchen and new appliances in an excellent location.Very close to the major highways ,schools,shops and universities .Washer / Dryer inside the unit.No pets allowed.
1 Unit Available
9425 Fontainebleau Blvd
9425 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,650
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Beautiful 2/2 apartment. in the heart of Fontainebleau. This Unit is located on the second floor. Nice large balcony overlooking the pool and gardens. Wood cabinets and granite counter tops. Floor: Porcelain tile, laminated wood.
1 Unit Available
650 W Park Dr
650 West Park Drive, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainebleau Park West
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Adorable & Remodeled condo! Beautiful kitchen w/all SS appliances & snack counter for 2. Updated baths with all space utilized for extra storage. Very nice closets & room sizes! Balcony off the living room overlooking the garden.
1 Unit Available
9365 Fontainebleau Blvd
9365 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1125 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Come and visit this condo at Beach Club Fontainebleau Park. This two story and renovated condo is located at a gated private community .Has 2 bed and 1 ½ Bath .
1 Unit Available
9960 NW 10 st
9960 Northwest 10th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainebleau Park West
4 Bedrooms
$3,600
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Beautiful single Family house for rent, gated community with 24hr security, located close to highways, schools, dolphin mall and international mall. Offered only furnished. As-AS. This house is locate in front of the club house.
1 Unit Available
8201 NW 8th St
8201 Northwest 8th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,800
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
spectacular condo two bedrooms two bathrooms completely remodeled with exquisite taste, wood floors, solid wood white kitchen with steel appliances, washer and dryer inside unit and two parking spaces, you must see it.
1 Unit Available
8870 FONTAINEBLEAU BL
8870 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,500
970 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
GROUND LEVEL 2B/2B IN GOOD CONDITION, TILE FLOORS THROUGHOUT, NEW AC UNIT, WASHER & DRYER IN UNIT, WALKING CLOSET AND PORSCHE/PATIO. COMPLEX HAS 24/7 SECURITY AND IT'S GATED. AMENITIES INCLUDE POOL, GYM AND CLUB HOUSE.
1 Unit Available
8820 Fontainebleau Blvd
8820 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,500
968 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Nice 2/1.5 in San Marcos in Miami. All tile floors, updated kitchen and bathrooms.HOA approval is mandatory but easy process. Tenant is responsable for utilities.
1 Unit Available
9460 Fontainebleau Blvd
9460 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
1 Bedroom
$1,200
676 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION GREAT UNIT 1 bedroom 1 bath . Centrally located FONTAINBLEAU area . tile floors throughout . Clean ! ready to move in Great living room with ample closets . 1 assigned parking Community pool . Laundry room .
1 Unit Available
920 NW 78th Ave
920 NW 78th Avenue, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,500
805 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
VERY NICE 2 BEDROOM 1.5 BATH TWO STORY TOWNHOME. NICE SIZE BACKYARD AND TWO ASSIGNED PARKING SPACES. GREAT LOCATION!!! ACCESSIBLE TO MAJOR HIGHWAYS, MINUTES AWAY FROM SHOPPING CENTERS AND GREAT SCHOOLS. NO PETS ALLOWED.
1 Unit Available
9407 Fontainebleau Blvd
9407 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainbleau East
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1000 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Spacious and cozy 2bed/2baths with a wooden loft/mezzanine and additional florida room, spanish tile and much more. Easy to show.CLOSE TO EXPWAY, AIRPORT AND TRANSPORTATION OPEN KITCHEN, WASHER AND DRYER INSIDE UNIT. WATER INCLUDED IN MONTHLY RENTAL.
1 Unit Available
8401 NW 8 Street
8401 Northwest 8th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
986 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Just reduced updated 2 bedrooms 2 baths kitchen was just remodeled to also include new appliances featuring tile flooring, large balcony, washer and dryer inside unit. The unit has 2 assigned parking spaces, secure building in central location.
1 Unit Available
8145 NW 7th St
8145 Northwest 7th Street, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,499
870 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
EXCELLENT LOCATION!!! FONTAINEBLEAU AREA. 2 BEDROOM AND 2 BATH , CLOSE TO EVERYTHING, GOOD SIZE BEDROOMS, WALK-IN CLOSET IN MASTER BEDROOM, BALCONY, WASHER AND DRYER INSIDE THE UNIT.
1 Unit Available
510 NW 86th Pl
510 86th Place, Fountainebleau, FL
2 Bedrooms
$1,700
859 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
This beautifully remodeled corner condo/townhome on the 2nd floor in the gated Coral Point community feels like new construction. Freshly painted, all new appliances with washer/dryer inside the unit. Balcony in the master bedroom.
1 Unit Available
9741 Fontainebleau Blvd
9741 Fontainebleau Boulevard, Fountainebleau, FL
Fontainebleau Park West
2 Bedrooms
$1,600
933 sqft
Last updated September 21 at 12:53 PM
Enjoy living in this spacious and cozy apartment, 2 bedrooms and one full bathroom, entirely renovated, modern wood flooring throughout the unit, washer and dryer inside the apartment, enjoy gorgeous sunrise and sunset lake views from its large
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City GuideFountainebleau
"Here I am in the place where I come let go / Miami the base and the sunset glow / Everyday like a Mardi Gras / Everybody party all day / No work all play, okay" - (Will Smith, "Miami")
"Here I am in the place where I come let go / Miami the base and the sunset glow / Everyday like a Mardi Gras / Everybody party all day / No work all play, okay" - (Will Smith, "Miami")

Fountainebleau is a good choice if youre looking for a Miami suburb that won't break the bank. Notonlyare the prices right, but the town has good schools, businesses and restaurants. People choose Fountainebleau because its centrally located and offers easy access to Dolphin Mall, Mall of the Americas, International Malls, and even more big shopping options. Also, Fountainebleau is a great place to go if you speak Spanish, since over 90% of people here speak Spanish as their first language. Youll find a rich community of residents with huge populations of Nicaraguan, Cuban and Colombian residents. Some parts of Fountainebleau may feel more modest compared to the decadent areas of Miami, but if you like sunshine, warm water, and easy access to the amenities of one of the most exciting cities in the country, Fountainebleau might be a great option for you.

Moving to Fountainebleau

Looking to rent an apartment in Fountainebleau? Great! Because there are cheap ones here. If youre ready to move, youll want to prepare before you start your search for your dream pad. Gather financial documents like your pay stubs and bank statements, as well as proof of employment, tax returns, and letters from your employers and previous landlords. Also, spend some time socking away extra money in your bank account before you start apartment hunting. Youre going to need the extra moolah to pay several months rent upfront in order to cover the landlords required security deposit. Worried that you dont qualify for your apartment financially? Fear not! Just find a guarantor. A guarantor is someone you know and trust (and who trusts you), who will agree to be financially liable for the apartment should something happen. Also, have your finances in order because your landlord is probably going to run a credit check on you. You dont want to look an unreliable mess when he reaches into your money-spending past!

Moving to Fountainebleau
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Looking to rent an apartment in Fountainebleau? Great! Because there are cheap ones here. If youre ready to move, youll want to prepare before you start your search for your dream pad. Gather financial documents like your pay stubs and bank statements, as well as proof of employment, tax returns, and letters from your employers and previous landlords. Also, spend some time socking away extra money in your bank account before you start apartment hunting. Youre going to need the extra moolah to pay several months rent upfront in order to cover the landlords required security deposit. Worried that you dont qualify for your apartment financially? Fear not! Just find a guarantor. A guarantor is someone you know and trust (and who trusts you), who will agree to be financially liable for the apartment should something happen. Also, have your finances in order because your landlord is probably going to run a credit check on you. You dont want to look an unreliable mess when he reaches into your money-spending past!

Neighborhoods in Fountainebleau

Fountainebleau is so tiny that most people consider it to be a neighborhood itself. But within the tiny town there are two different areas, and your home life is going to be pretty different depending on which area you end up in.

Northern Fountainebleau:This area borders Doral, FL, so its the most expensive neighborhood in town. Youre going to find homes here that are full of middle-class families, and many more people here live in houses than apartments. Make sure you save up enough before making the move here.$$$$$

Southern Fountainebleau: This modest area of Fountainebleau doesn't have the luxurious high-rises common in South Beach or other affluent metro Miami areas. What you will find is small apartments that don't cost an arm and a leg. Southern Fountainbleau borders Westchester, which is another quiet Miami suburb. $

Neighborhoods in Fountainebleau
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Fountainebleau is so tiny that most people consider it to be a neighborhood itself. But within the tiny town there are two different areas, and your home life is going to be pretty different depending on which area you end up in.

Northern Fountainebleau:This area borders Doral, FL, so its the most expensive neighborhood in town. Youre going to find homes here that are full of middle-class families, and many more people here live in houses than apartments. Make sure you save up enough before making the move here.$$$$$

Southern Fountainebleau: This modest area of Fountainebleau doesn't have the luxurious high-rises common in South Beach or other affluent metro Miami areas. What you will find is small apartments that don't cost an arm and a leg. Southern Fountainbleau borders Westchester, which is another quiet Miami suburb. $

Living in Fountainebleau

If you decided to find a home in Fountainebleau, chances are you work and play in Miami. Or, you work at CompUSA, Lennar Corporation, or TigerDirect, whose headquarters are all in Fountainebleau. If you spend most of your time in Miami, youll need to get there. Everyone here says to have your own car, so that you can hop on the freeway and get into the heart of all the excitement at your own whim.

So, what do people do in Miami? First of all, they go to the beach. Duh. The area is full of beautiful Florida beaches with warm, swimmable water and pristine sand. Outdoor lovers in Miami can come lay in the sun on the sand, or they can water ski, boat, parasail, snorkel, dive and more. Want more natural entertainment than just the beach? Miami definitely has it. The Zoological Wildlife Foundation is a favorite amongst people of all ages. Its a zoo, but you have to make reservations to tour the complex and learn about the animals. Zoo Miami is a regular zoo, if youd rather walk around and get up close and personal with giraffes and elephants. The Miami Seaquarium is a place where people who like fish, whales, dolphins and other sea creatures can learn more about marine biology. You can watch dolphin, seal and more shows at the Seaquarium, and you can also swim with dolphins and check out cool exhibits like the giant sting rays.

If youre moving to the Miami area, but youre not interested in things that come from the outside well, thats odd. But there will be something to keep you occupied. Marlins Park is where the citys MLB team plays. You can go catch the nations best teams play games. If youre more of a history buff than a sports fanatic, check out Villa Vizcaya, where you can learn about natives and settlers that founded Miami, all while touring a beautiful, historic villa once used by James Deering as his winter home. Like science more than history? Miami is home to the Miami Science Museum, a museum where you can learn about science and nature through hands-on exhibits. You can also check out a show in the planetarium. Finally, art lovers will rejoice, too. The Miami Art Museum is a huge, famous national museum with a beautiful collection of all different types of fine arts housed in a building famous for its architecture.

So you moved to Fountainebleau, and you dont want to spend all your time in Miami you want to be able to spend some time in Fountainebleau. Well, youre not going to have much to do. But if you do, youll definitely be fed, because the area has a good selection of restaurants. Fountainebleau has all the national chain favorites from Mexican fast food, to Italian chains and famous steakhouses. But it also has some great, authentic local favorites. La Portena is one of the locals favorite Mexican restaurants, serving up fresh and authentic dishes at a very affordable price. El Nuevo Tondero is also an authentic local classic. For something non-Latin inspired, Canton Palace Chinese Restaurant is a highly-touted choice. It offers your traditional Chinese food, but people say its fresh and not too greasy.

In addition to eating, Fountainebleau also has its fair share of shopping. Most of the destinations here are strip malls with lots of chain stores you can find anywhere else in America. However, you can also find small mom and pop shops offering local wares and goods, and there are some specialty food stores where you can buy authentic ingredients for lots of Latin-inspired dishes.

Fountainebleau is a pretty sleepy place. But compared to Miami, pretty much everywhere is sleepy. Living here will offer you a good balance in life somewhere affordable to call home but somewhere expensive to go out in and spend time in. Also, somewhere very suburban and small-town feeling with access to one of Americas most exciting playground cities.

Living in Fountainebleau
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If you decided to find a home in Fountainebleau, chances are you work and play in Miami. Or, you work at CompUSA, Lennar Corporation, or TigerDirect, whose headquarters are all in Fountainebleau. If you spend most of your time in Miami, youll need to get there. Everyone here says to have your own car, so that you can hop on the freeway and get into the heart of all the excitement at your own whim.

So, what do people do in Miami? First of all, they go to the beach. Duh. The area is full of beautiful Florida beaches with warm, swimmable water and pristine sand. Outdoor lovers in Miami can come lay in the sun on the sand, or they can water ski, boat, parasail, snorkel, dive and more. Want more natural entertainment than just the beach? Miami definitely has it. The Zoological Wildlife Foundation is a favorite amongst people of all ages. Its a zoo, but you have to make reservations to tour the complex and learn about the animals. Zoo Miami is a regular zoo, if youd rather walk around and get up close and personal with giraffes and elephants. The Miami Seaquarium is a place where people who like fish, whales, dolphins and other sea creatures can learn more about marine biology. You can watch dolphin, seal and more shows at the Seaquarium, and you can also swim with dolphins and check out cool exhibits like the giant sting rays.

If youre moving to the Miami area, but youre not interested in things that come from the outside well, thats odd. But there will be something to keep you occupied. Marlins Park is where the citys MLB team plays. You can go catch the nations best teams play games. If youre more of a history buff than a sports fanatic, check out Villa Vizcaya, where you can learn about natives and settlers that founded Miami, all while touring a beautiful, historic villa once used by James Deering as his winter home. Like science more than history? Miami is home to the Miami Science Museum, a museum where you can learn about science and nature through hands-on exhibits. You can also check out a show in the planetarium. Finally, art lovers will rejoice, too. The Miami Art Museum is a huge, famous national museum with a beautiful collection of all different types of fine arts housed in a building famous for its architecture.

So you moved to Fountainebleau, and you dont want to spend all your time in Miami you want to be able to spend some time in Fountainebleau. Well, youre not going to have much to do. But if you do, youll definitely be fed, because the area has a good selection of restaurants. Fountainebleau has all the national chain favorites from Mexican fast food, to Italian chains and famous steakhouses. But it also has some great, authentic local favorites. La Portena is one of the locals favorite Mexican restaurants, serving up fresh and authentic dishes at a very affordable price. El Nuevo Tondero is also an authentic local classic. For something non-Latin inspired, Canton Palace Chinese Restaurant is a highly-touted choice. It offers your traditional Chinese food, but people say its fresh and not too greasy.

In addition to eating, Fountainebleau also has its fair share of shopping. Most of the destinations here are strip malls with lots of chain stores you can find anywhere else in America. However, you can also find small mom and pop shops offering local wares and goods, and there are some specialty food stores where you can buy authentic ingredients for lots of Latin-inspired dishes.

Fountainebleau is a pretty sleepy place. But compared to Miami, pretty much everywhere is sleepy. Living here will offer you a good balance in life somewhere affordable to call home but somewhere expensive to go out in and spend time in. Also, somewhere very suburban and small-town feeling with access to one of Americas most exciting playground cities.

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City GuideFountainebleau
"Here I am in the place where I come let go / Miami the base and the sunset glow / Everyday like a Mardi Gras / Everybody party all day / No work all play, okay" - (Will Smith, "Miami")
"Here I am in the place where I come let go / Miami the base and the sunset glow / Everyday like a Mardi Gras / Everybody party all day / No work all play, okay" - (Will Smith, "Miami")

Fountainebleau is a good choice if youre looking for a Miami suburb that won't break the bank. Notonlyare the prices right, but the town has good schools, businesses and restaurants. People choose Fountainebleau because its centrally located and offers easy access to Dolphin Mall, Mall of the Americas, International Malls, and even more big shopping options. Also, Fountainebleau is a great place to go if you speak Spanish, since over 90% of people here speak Spanish as their first language. Youll find a rich community of residents with huge populations of Nicaraguan, Cuban and Colombian residents. Some parts of Fountainebleau may feel more modest compared to the decadent areas of Miami, but if you like sunshine, warm water, and easy access to the amenities of one of the most exciting cities in the country, Fountainebleau might be a great option for you.

Moving to Fountainebleau

Looking to rent an apartment in Fountainebleau? Great! Because there are cheap ones here. If youre ready to move, youll want to prepare before you start your search for your dream pad. Gather financial documents like your pay stubs and bank statements, as well as proof of employment, tax returns, and letters from your employers and previous landlords. Also, spend some time socking away extra money in your bank account before you start apartment hunting. Youre going to need the extra moolah to pay several months rent upfront in order to cover the landlords required security deposit. Worried that you dont qualify for your apartment financially? Fear not! Just find a guarantor. A guarantor is someone you know and trust (and who trusts you), who will agree to be financially liable for the apartment should something happen. Also, have your finances in order because your landlord is probably going to run a credit check on you. You dont want to look an unreliable mess when he reaches into your money-spending past!

Moving to Fountainebleau
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Looking to rent an apartment in Fountainebleau? Great! Because there are cheap ones here. If youre ready to move, youll want to prepare before you start your search for your dream pad. Gather financial documents like your pay stubs and bank statements, as well as proof of employment, tax returns, and letters from your employers and previous landlords. Also, spend some time socking away extra money in your bank account before you start apartment hunting. Youre going to need the extra moolah to pay several months rent upfront in order to cover the landlords required security deposit. Worried that you dont qualify for your apartment financially? Fear not! Just find a guarantor. A guarantor is someone you know and trust (and who trusts you), who will agree to be financially liable for the apartment should something happen. Also, have your finances in order because your landlord is probably going to run a credit check on you. You dont want to look an unreliable mess when he reaches into your money-spending past!

Neighborhoods in Fountainebleau

Fountainebleau is so tiny that most people consider it to be a neighborhood itself. But within the tiny town there are two different areas, and your home life is going to be pretty different depending on which area you end up in.

Northern Fountainebleau:This area borders Doral, FL, so its the most expensive neighborhood in town. Youre going to find homes here that are full of middle-class families, and many more people here live in houses than apartments. Make sure you save up enough before making the move here.$$$$$

Southern Fountainebleau: This modest area of Fountainebleau doesn't have the luxurious high-rises common in South Beach or other affluent metro Miami areas. What you will find is small apartments that don't cost an arm and a leg. Southern Fountainbleau borders Westchester, which is another quiet Miami suburb. $

Neighborhoods in Fountainebleau
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Fountainebleau is so tiny that most people consider it to be a neighborhood itself. But within the tiny town there are two different areas, and your home life is going to be pretty different depending on which area you end up in.

Northern Fountainebleau:This area borders Doral, FL, so its the most expensive neighborhood in town. Youre going to find homes here that are full of middle-class families, and many more people here live in houses than apartments. Make sure you save up enough before making the move here.$$$$$

Southern Fountainebleau: This modest area of Fountainebleau doesn't have the luxurious high-rises common in South Beach or other affluent metro Miami areas. What you will find is small apartments that don't cost an arm and a leg. Southern Fountainbleau borders Westchester, which is another quiet Miami suburb. $

Living in Fountainebleau

If you decided to find a home in Fountainebleau, chances are you work and play in Miami. Or, you work at CompUSA, Lennar Corporation, or TigerDirect, whose headquarters are all in Fountainebleau. If you spend most of your time in Miami, youll need to get there. Everyone here says to have your own car, so that you can hop on the freeway and get into the heart of all the excitement at your own whim.

So, what do people do in Miami? First of all, they go to the beach. Duh. The area is full of beautiful Florida beaches with warm, swimmable water and pristine sand. Outdoor lovers in Miami can come lay in the sun on the sand, or they can water ski, boat, parasail, snorkel, dive and more. Want more natural entertainment than just the beach? Miami definitely has it. The Zoological Wildlife Foundation is a favorite amongst people of all ages. Its a zoo, but you have to make reservations to tour the complex and learn about the animals. Zoo Miami is a regular zoo, if youd rather walk around and get up close and personal with giraffes and elephants. The Miami Seaquarium is a place where people who like fish, whales, dolphins and other sea creatures can learn more about marine biology. You can watch dolphin, seal and more shows at the Seaquarium, and you can also swim with dolphins and check out cool exhibits like the giant sting rays.

If youre moving to the Miami area, but youre not interested in things that come from the outside well, thats odd. But there will be something to keep you occupied. Marlins Park is where the citys MLB team plays. You can go catch the nations best teams play games. If youre more of a history buff than a sports fanatic, check out Villa Vizcaya, where you can learn about natives and settlers that founded Miami, all while touring a beautiful, historic villa once used by James Deering as his winter home. Like science more than history? Miami is home to the Miami Science Museum, a museum where you can learn about science and nature through hands-on exhibits. You can also check out a show in the planetarium. Finally, art lovers will rejoice, too. The Miami Art Museum is a huge, famous national museum with a beautiful collection of all different types of fine arts housed in a building famous for its architecture.

So you moved to Fountainebleau, and you dont want to spend all your time in Miami you want to be able to spend some time in Fountainebleau. Well, youre not going to have much to do. But if you do, youll definitely be fed, because the area has a good selection of restaurants. Fountainebleau has all the national chain favorites from Mexican fast food, to Italian chains and famous steakhouses. But it also has some great, authentic local favorites. La Portena is one of the locals favorite Mexican restaurants, serving up fresh and authentic dishes at a very affordable price. El Nuevo Tondero is also an authentic local classic. For something non-Latin inspired, Canton Palace Chinese Restaurant is a highly-touted choice. It offers your traditional Chinese food, but people say its fresh and not too greasy.

In addition to eating, Fountainebleau also has its fair share of shopping. Most of the destinations here are strip malls with lots of chain stores you can find anywhere else in America. However, you can also find small mom and pop shops offering local wares and goods, and there are some specialty food stores where you can buy authentic ingredients for lots of Latin-inspired dishes.

Fountainebleau is a pretty sleepy place. But compared to Miami, pretty much everywhere is sleepy. Living here will offer you a good balance in life somewhere affordable to call home but somewhere expensive to go out in and spend time in. Also, somewhere very suburban and small-town feeling with access to one of Americas most exciting playground cities.

Living in Fountainebleau
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If you decided to find a home in Fountainebleau, chances are you work and play in Miami. Or, you work at CompUSA, Lennar Corporation, or TigerDirect, whose headquarters are all in Fountainebleau. If you spend most of your time in Miami, youll need to get there. Everyone here says to have your own car, so that you can hop on the freeway and get into the heart of all the excitement at your own whim.

So, what do people do in Miami? First of all, they go to the beach. Duh. The area is full of beautiful Florida beaches with warm, swimmable water and pristine sand. Outdoor lovers in Miami can come lay in the sun on the sand, or they can water ski, boat, parasail, snorkel, dive and more. Want more natural entertainment than just the beach? Miami definitely has it. The Zoological Wildlife Foundation is a favorite amongst people of all ages. Its a zoo, but you have to make reservations to tour the complex and learn about the animals. Zoo Miami is a regular zoo, if youd rather walk around and get up close and personal with giraffes and elephants. The Miami Seaquarium is a place where people who like fish, whales, dolphins and other sea creatures can learn more about marine biology. You can watch dolphin, seal and more shows at the Seaquarium, and you can also swim with dolphins and check out cool exhibits like the giant sting rays.

If youre moving to the Miami area, but youre not interested in things that come from the outside well, thats odd. But there will be something to keep you occupied. Marlins Park is where the citys MLB team plays. You can go catch the nations best teams play games. If youre more of a history buff than a sports fanatic, check out Villa Vizcaya, where you can learn about natives and settlers that founded Miami, all while touring a beautiful, historic villa once used by James Deering as his winter home. Like science more than history? Miami is home to the Miami Science Museum, a museum where you can learn about science and nature through hands-on exhibits. You can also check out a show in the planetarium. Finally, art lovers will rejoice, too. The Miami Art Museum is a huge, famous national museum with a beautiful collection of all different types of fine arts housed in a building famous for its architecture.

So you moved to Fountainebleau, and you dont want to spend all your time in Miami you want to be able to spend some time in Fountainebleau. Well, youre not going to have much to do. But if you do, youll definitely be fed, because the area has a good selection of restaurants. Fountainebleau has all the national chain favorites from Mexican fast food, to Italian chains and famous steakhouses. But it also has some great, authentic local favorites. La Portena is one of the locals favorite Mexican restaurants, serving up fresh and authentic dishes at a very affordable price. El Nuevo Tondero is also an authentic local classic. For something non-Latin inspired, Canton Palace Chinese Restaurant is a highly-touted choice. It offers your traditional Chinese food, but people say its fresh and not too greasy.

In addition to eating, Fountainebleau also has its fair share of shopping. Most of the destinations here are strip malls with lots of chain stores you can find anywhere else in America. However, you can also find small mom and pop shops offering local wares and goods, and there are some specialty food stores where you can buy authentic ingredients for lots of Latin-inspired dishes.

Fountainebleau is a pretty sleepy place. But compared to Miami, pretty much everywhere is sleepy. Living here will offer you a good balance in life somewhere affordable to call home but somewhere expensive to go out in and spend time in. Also, somewhere very suburban and small-town feeling with access to one of Americas most exciting playground cities.