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550 South Dixie Highway
Coral Gables, FL 33146
This new listing is an absolutely beautiful and completely renovated bright home with 20-foot ceilings in the living room, and a lovely formal dining room with coffered ceilings. The family room opens with French doors to the pool and connects to the spacious kitchen. The kitchen has been nicely updated with granite counters and new high-end stainless appliances.… Read More »
This beautiful Old Spanish, built in 1925, has been lovingly restored and renovated! Located on a quiet North Coral Gables street that runs East to West, it features all new impact windows throughout, an updated and spacious kitchen with great appliances, an open breakfast room, formal living and dining rooms, a very large family room, hardwood flrs throughout, a… Read More »
This Old Spanish needs nothing! Enjoy a short walk to Coconut Grove from this perfectly and lovingly renovated home with an exquisite kitchen, grand master bedroom with new large bathroom and walk-in closet, a large formal living room, original Dade County pine floors and cracked tile floors in the family room, all on a quiet cul-de-sac street!… Read More »
This absolutely lovely 1936 home has a unique modern flair! It has been completely updated with 5 bedrooms, 5.5 baths, formal living & dining rooms, family room, breakfast room & bonus playroom and a den downstairs. There are two separate staircases that offer privacy between the family bedrooms and the guest suite. The master suite is extremely well-appointed with… Read More »
There has been a lot of hype recently about Chinese Drywall, so I decided to interview expert George Garcia, owner of New World Inspections, to get his thoughts on it. George has been in the business of environmental inspections since 1997, and has owned his company for nine years. He does suspect/visual inspections of Chinese Drywall and he… Read More »
This truly beautiful home exudes a Southern charm and class rarely found. Top of the line details and finishes throughout! This 4 bedroom, 2 bath home features wood floors throughout, detailed moldings and baseboards, combined living and dining rooms, wonderful family room with wood beamed, vaulted ceilings and exquisite custom built-in cabinetry. The master bedroom has a… Read More »
The past few years have been such an unsteady time in the real estate market that is has left people guessing how much our market is really down. So I want to give you a glimpse at what has really transpired, in terms of our home values. Below is a breakdown evaluating the average sold price per… Read More »
Are you looking to purchase your first home? Or are you looking to buy again after having not owned a home in 3 years or more? If so, I have great news for you! There is a wonderful incentive right now for you – an $8,000 tax credit paid for by the federal economic stimulus plan. However,… Read More »
The High Pines area in South Miami has had a huge influx of new construction homes going up in the past few years with the real estate boom. And now with this depressed market, all those homes are just sitting there, unoccupied, while the builders continue to lower and lower their prices, hoping someone will come along… Read More »
The rental market is HOT right now in Miami! And especially in the Grove, we are seeing a big influx of activity. There are currently 74 homes on the market for rent in Coconut Grove in a vast array of prices. Here’s a taste of what’s available: Most expensive rental on the market: 3635 Stewart Avenue… Read More »
This summer, there is no denying that we live in the tropics – the rains down here are unrelenting! Almost every day, we have been getting a huge rainstorm, usually lasting about an hour. Needless to say, the grass and trees are VERY happy and vibrantly green. But the rest of us are soggy and waterlogged! Interestingly,… Read More »
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