A Tropical Playground
From its rich history, beautiful parks and diverse culture, The Grove is one of the most inviting areas to live in South Florida.
From its rich history, beautiful parks and diverse culture, The Grove is one of the most inviting areas to live in South Florida. Along its beautiful tree-lined streets that wind along the bay you’ll find an eclectic mix of artists, businessmen and families strolling through shops and restaurants. A wealth of cafes, boutiques and galleries come together in this picturesque community. Situated amongst bay-front area parks, such as Peacock Park, Kennedy Park, and the Barnacle Historic State Park, Coconut Grove residents can enjoy outdoor events and people watching, both of which contribute to the community’s relaxed atmosphere.
The Grove has been experiencing a Renaissance with a number of trendy boutiques, restaurants, a hotel, new office projects, and hot new developments like Park Grove and Grove at Grand Bay moving in, while the waterfront continues to be developed into a dynamic community center. Coconut Grove offers a wide selection of elite private and public schools to chose from including St Stephen’s Episcopal Day School, Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart, Ransom Everglades and the Academy of Arts and Minds Charter High School. Coconut Grove Elementary and G.W. Carver Middle School are both highly regarded public schools
The supply of active listings are usually fairly low in the Grove, so this consistent demand helps maintain consistently high property values which makes it a great investment location. Behind the waterfronts initial battery of high-rise condos, you will find a vibrant town center with mid-rise condos and townhouses flanked by hidden streets and avenues bathed in lush greenery and single family homes. The Grove’s Real Estate matches it’s personality with an eclectic mix of modern construction and Mediterranean villas next to little 1940’s gems ready for a makeover. Coconut Grove is also home to many boutique and upscale gates communities including The Cloisters, L’Hermitage, Bayshore Villas, Treasure Trove Lane, Via Abitare, Camp Biscayne, Ye Little Wood, Hughes Cove, The Moorings, Four Way Lodges, Entrada Estates, and DeGarmo Estates to name a few.
Coconut Grove is conveniently located just south of Brickell, east of Coral Gables and north of North Prospect Drive. The oldest city in Miami the lush, bohemian community is home to a mix of posh estates, quaint gems and townhomes.
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