An apartment in Key Biscayne

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Key Biscayne is a well known and popular island. It is home to a posh residential area encircled by unspoilt natural settings: the Crandon Park in the North and the Bill Baggs Cape Florida Park in the South. There are long sandy beaches at the feet of beautiful buildings, bike paths, lush vegetation, golf courses and unobstructed views of the ocean or the Bay. A haven of peace where it is good to settle. The island is home to beautiful villas, but also beautiful apartments often with beautiful views and many services and amenities.

350 Ocean Dr #801N, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Located in the Oceana building that was completed in 2014, this bright and spacious apartment has 4 bedrooms, a maid's room, 7 bathrooms and a laundry room. Large bay windows run all along the apartment, opening onto a balcony to enjoy the beautiful sunsets falling over the ocean and the city.
The building offers access to a tennis court, swimming pool, spa and gym.
Price: $8,990,000

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785 Crandon Blvd. #UPH3, Key Biscayne, FL 33149

The city is beautiful, when you live in one of the beautiful penthouses of the Key Biscayne Ocean Club & #8230; This beautiful apartment that we believe in the middle of the clouds has been completely redone. It includes 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, a living room open to the kitchen, an office, a dining room & #8230;
Price: $5,990,000

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Barnes Miami 
1150 SW 22nd Street
33129, Miami, Florida.

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Credit photo: Ines Hegedus Garcia 2015 & #8211; via Flickr, under CC BY 2.0

A house in Coconut Grove

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Coconut Grove is the area of Miami County that has been inhabited for the longest time. It was an independent village founded in the 1870s by an eclectic mix of Bahamian immigrants, artists and adventurers, creating a unique bohemian spirit that continues today. If you are looking for a lifestyle where freedom and culture matter, it's a home in Coconut Grove that you must find!

Coconut Grove, a cultural experience

From the beginning, Coconut Grove has attracted many artists, writers, musicians and other free spirits, creating a community placing culture first. And this legacy persists. This is the Miami district where you can find the oldest art galleries, and the cultural calendar of the city is more than busy, and all year long! The city organizes, for example, the Grove's artistic discoveries, or live concerts at Peacock Park, as well as various festivals, including the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, the King Mango Strut, and the Goombay Festival and Carnival.

Coconut Grove, to escape from Miami

Located south of Downtown, stretching along Biscayne Bay, Coconut Grove is now in the heart of Greater Miami. Yet the atmosphere is radically different from other parts of the city. It's a real escape from the anthill Miami, while staying only minutes away. The very bohemian lifestyle makes the Grove a relaxing destination, with many outdoor cafes, artisan shops and good restaurants.

Coconut Grove also day on its green side. The streets are lined with beautiful trees and the gardens are green, giving the city a tropical aspect. To this are added many parks in the city. We think of Kampong, a botanical garden popular with Grovites to wander the weekend, or Peacock Park, a meeting place for young people to play football or basketball in the shade of huge trees.

The marina of Coconut Grove also conveys this impression of tranquility. The Gravites can leave their boats there and enjoy them on sunny afternoons. It is a nice entry for a walk, especially soothing.

Coconut Grove, a residential and family neighborhood

All the reasons given are already good reasons to think that Coconut Grove can be the perfect place to start a family. But on top of that, the neighborhood is very safe. Most streets are pedestrian and easily accessible by bike. In addition, the city is home to excellent schools, from primary to high school, with 7 private schools and 7 public schools.

Most importantly, Coconut Grove is a residential area. The diverse activities and unique atmosphere attract tourists and visitors, but the Grove is still an authentic neighborhood. Condo buildings are mostly located at the water's edge, while the rest of the neighborhood is mostly houses.

Note that there are many private communities in Coconut Grove, such as the Moorings, Anchorage, Hughes Cove and many others. You can discover them all by clicking here.

So, among all the communities and homes in Coconut Grove, you have the opportunity to find the gem you've been looking for, while accessing a family-friendly community, promoting outdoor living and promoting art and entertainment. If you wish to discover our offers of houses in Coconut Grove, click here or do not hesitate to contact us!

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1150 SW 22nd Street
33129, Miami, Florida.

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Photo credit: Gary Miotla, 2008, Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license

Apartment in Sunny Isles

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Sunny Isles Beach, from motels to luxury condos

In 1920, what we now know as Sunny Isles was a muddy patch of land bought by Harvey Baker Graves. His goal was to develop a tourist complex. The island was not even accessible by car until 1925, with the construction of the Haulover Bridge from Miami Beach.

In the 1950s and 1960s, the new city experienced a real boom and became a major tourist destination, with more than 30 new hotels and motels, typically Floridian style, on one floor. A block has even been designated a historic site, thanks to the mythical hotels.

It was in the early 2000s that the face of the city is transformed. Luxury apartments and luxury hotels bloom throughout the city, replacing old hotels and motels.

Apartments in Sunny Isles, an ideal location

For example, the Sunny Isles neighborhood has experienced a boom since the 2000s and their re-development projects. The developers recognized the potential of such a location. Sunny Isles is just minutes from Miami Beach and its entertainment, just steps from Bal Harbor, Design District and Aventura shopping. The Miami International and Fort Lauderdale airports are easily accessible. It is a central position.

Yet Sunny Isles remains a very quiet neighborhood offering a high quality of life, with beautiful waterfront houses and luxurious buildings, many parks, sandy beaches, good restaurants and shops! A very pleasant place to live in sum.

Sunny Isles, the paradise of condos

Sunny Isles is home to some of the most luxurious condominiums in Miami. Here is our selection of condos to discover in Sunny Isles:

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Barnes Miami 
1150 SW 22nd Street
33129, Miami, Florida.

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Photo Credit: 2017 Mark Bias Photo (CC BY 2.0)

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