Homestead, Florida, is a little suburb of Miami that is situated right between two national parks. To the west is our country's largest tropical wilderness, the Everglades National Park, and to the east is the oceanic ecosystem preserved in Biscayne. Homestead offers some beautiful, affordable houses, from the rustic to the brand new, all in a typical suburban layout. For those with a larger budget who are looking for more space, there are some large mansion-style homes in the area.
The city of Homestead offers all the things you would enjoy about a bigger city, yet you will find living there has the comfortable feel of a small town. With several Metrobus routes connecting Homestead to the larger city of Miami, there is no shortage of transportation to and from the bustling downtown. These lines connect with the free Homestead Trolley service, which extends to all the major stops in town. During busy times of the year, the trolley runs all the way to both national parks, providing easy transportation for tourists and residents alike. Because of this, Homestead was recently dubbed "The Gateway to Everglades and Biscayne National Parks."
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