Coconut Grove Homes and Condos

Coconut Grove Market Overview as of 11-17-2019

Type For Sale Avg Price Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
Single Family Residence 53 $1,646,547 543

Coconut Grove Market Overview
Single Family Homes by # of Bedrooms

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
2 5 $748,600 $675,000 $895,000 1,193 627
3 19 $1,091,315 $645,000 $2,180,000 2,150 507
4 18 $1,950,555 $799,000 $4,675,000 3,372 578
5 8 $1,766,750 $1,145,000 $2,700,000 3,590 492
6 3 $4,515,000 $2,395,000 $8,250,000 7,838 576

Coconut Grove Single Family Homes Sold in the Past 6 Months

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
2 5 $711,400 $579,000 $799,000 1,438 495
3 4 $692,000 $265,000 $1,149,000 1,493 463
4 9 $1,616,333 $984,000 $2,395,000 3,154 512
5 6 $1,500,665 $549,000 $1,995,000 4,262 352
6 1 $9,500,000 $9,500,000 $9,500,000 7,000 1357

Coconut Grove Real Estate

Coconut Grove is an incomparable bayside community that comprises the southernmost section of the City of Miami. Its roots reach back to the region’s earliest settlers, some of whom constructed enduring homes and churches that are now among Florida’s most significant historic sites, including The Barnacle and Plymouth Congregational Church. From its founding in the late 1800s to present day, this charming, bohemian hamlet has drawn an international “Who’s Who” of artists, bon vivants, sailors, musicians and the very rich. Its signature old-growth trees form a shady, subtropical canopy over much of the residential Grove, while Biscayne Bay unfolds across its entire length, providing spectacular views and prevailing breezes.

Two of Miami’s most distinguished yacht clubs (Biscayne Bay and Coral Reef) are fixtures on Bayshore Drive, along with Kennedy and Peacock parks, museums, a library, waterside restaurants, hotels, condominiums, office towers and historic homes. A bike/walking trail parallels what is the area’s oldest and first road (Ingraham Highway aka Main Highway), connecting Coconut Grove to Coral Gables to the south and Key Biscayne and downtown Miami to the north. Many of the region’s most esteemed private learning institutions line this historic artery, including Carrollton, Ransom-Everglades and the Vanguard School. Coconut Grove’s colorful past includes the significant role it played in early aviation. City Hall and the Dinner Key Marina now occupy the former Pan American World Airways’ seaplane base of operations. A Pan American Museum at Dinner Key vividly translates those heady, halcyon days for 21st century visitors. No other South Florida neighborhood offers the range of dining, entertainment, shopping, hotels, schools, historic sites, marinas and culture in a more compact, easily walkable tract.

Charming streets and cobbled sidewalks brim with bustling outdoor cafés, trendy boutiques and upscale bars energized by jazz, salsa and reggae. Notable destinations include Cocowalk and Mayfair, both of which are home to galleries, restaurants, retail and entertainment. Condominiums, townhomes, single-family residences and exclusive gated enclaves, such as Camp Biscayne and The Moorings, fan out from this eclectic town center. Most provide stunning bay, city or tropical views and lie within 10 easy minutes of Coral Gables, Dadeland or downtown.

 

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