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Coconut Grove is famous for being a waterfront neighborhood in Miami like no other. It is the oldest neighborhood in the city. It grew organically. It is nestled between Coral Gables and Brickell/Downtown Miami. It is a sail away from Miami Beach and Key Biscayne.
Coconut Grove is unique for many reasons. This prized area offers unparalleled lifestyle. It has breathtaking surroundings, natural beauty and privileged waterfront setting. It is tucked away from the hustle and bustle. It has of the most beautiful tree-lined streets in all of Miami. And, one of the most stunning bays in the States. To boot, Coconut Grove is very pedestrian friendly. All of these attractions make it one of the best places to live.
The Grove is home to over 10 parks and gardens. Among them are Peacock Park and Regatta Park There is also Kennedy Park and Barnacle Historic State Park. The Barnacle was created in 1891. It is off the bay and takes one back to simpler times. IIn Coconut Grove, you will also find the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Vizcaya used to be the winter estate of James Deering. Plus, The Kampong. The Kampong is an 11-acre tropical garden.
For shopping enthusiasts, there are wonderful boutiques and the open-air mall Cocowalk.
Some of the largest estates, millionaire homes and condos are located here. Park Grove is chief among them.
Coconut Grove’s distinction
Privileged waterfront location
Great marina with easy and desirable access to ocean
Has one of the most stunning bays in the States
Has some of the finest yacht clubs in South Florida
Rich cultural heritage
Centrally located, access to other major areas in Miami
Desirable commute time to downtown Miami, Brickell and Miami Beach.
About 15 minutes from Miami International Airport.
Great for outdoor and waterfront sports
Low inventory and high demand for luxury properties
High-walkability neighborhood, very pedestrian friendly
Rich cultural heritage, the oldest neighborhood in Miami
Some of the highest concentration of affluence in South Florida
Has some of the finest private and yacht clubs in South Florida
Within 10 minutes to University of Miami
Close proximity to the area’s best hospitals
Highest concentration of private schools in the South
Coconut Grove was named Miami’s #1 neighborhood in 2016 by Curbed Miami.
For questions about Coconut Grove if you are looking to buy or sell your property, contact THE APT TEAM at [email protected]