Coral Gables Mid-Century Townhouse Rental

Rex Wilkinson

This pocket listing is a spacious 2 bedroom townhouse style rental in a smaller Mid-Century building in the Ponce de Leon Boulevard area North of Miracle Mile. Its a charming courtyard building with a wonderful tropical entryway.


Zamora courtyard

The 1,200 sq ft interior space has central air conditioning, modern porcelain tile floors on the ground level with refinished original oak floors upstairs.  Formal living and dining rooms, an open kitchen and a half bath make up the first floor while two bedrooms and one bath are on the second floor.

Zamora LRZamora kitchen

The kitchen was recently remodeled with all white new kitchen cabinets, ceramic tile counter tops and newer appliances.

There is a small back patio for outside seating and grilling.  The building’s ten apartments share a community laundry room.  Cats are OK but no dogs are allowed.

Zamora BedroomZamora Bathroom

The location is ideal, just off of Ponce de Leon Boulevard with the free trolley that runs all day long to the Metro rail station and back North to Flagler Street.   Plenty of free street parking is also available, day and night.

Its located within walking distance to many area attractions, shopping, dining and entertainment venues.  Priced at $1,400/month, its a good value for this size apartment.  Please give me a call, Rex Wilkinson at 305-546-4051 for a private viewing or for more information.

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