The Gables Marquis is a newly opened luxury building featuring a contemporary kitchen with granite counters and European cabinetry, and Stainless Steel Appliances, and designer faucets. Master Baths with marble floors and showers w/designer accessories, separate laundry area, and balcony overlooking landscaped palazzo and pool area. Gym, Business Center, Community Room, Valet Parking and proximity to Miracle Mile add to the appeal of the Gables Marquis. $395,000 2 Bedrooms 2 Baths 1200 SF Balcony Overlooking Pool Valet Parking For More Information: Tony Giulino & Marcia Cunningham ...Continue Reading!
The Roads area is a nice little area with cute quaint homes, nice size lots and beautiful tree lined streets. Most Importantly is located close to Downtown Miami, Brickell, Key Biscayne, South Beach & Miami International. This house is located at 419 SW 30 Road and was built in 1939 ...so full of charm! It is a 3 bed 2 bath house 1394 sq ft and has a garage. Original pristine wood floors and...Continue Reading!
This spectacular home sits on a builder's acre located on a quiet street in north Palmetto Bay. It is perfect for entertaining while offering privacy by its lush tropical landscaping. An elegant porte-cochere brings you to a double French Door entry and you're welcomed by warm hardwood floors which anchor soaring ceilings in the living area with generous windows. The open living area is dominated by a majestic fireplace in the large formal living room, the dramatic...Continue Reading!
$399,000 On 10,000 square foot lot--largest in area and certainly best value. Fenced in back yard filled with avocado and mango trees. CBS work/storage shed. New roof under ten-year warranty. 3 beds/2 baths, 1,968 sq. ft. adjusted living area. Occupied by owner and all her stuff she's ever had since 1952 when she and her husband bought it new. So you have to look past the boxes, clothes racks, doll and china collection and the 4,397 cans of...Continue Reading!
As the heavy machinery moved into the bayfront park just a few doors down the street from my listing, the sellers and I decided it was time to take the house off the market for a while. Getting to the property hasn't been easy for some months, but with the "improvement" happening virtually at the neighborhood's entrance it is now almost impossible to get there. As it happens every year during the long hot summer months, showings had been few and...Continue Reading!
Midtown Miami is a relatively new section of Uptown Miami located south of the Design District. The development mixes retail, office and residential space in an effort to create an urban, pedestrian friendly utopia. And you don't have to live there to enjoy it. Being surrounded by major city arteries, it is a very accessible area of town; you will find I-395 to the north, I-195 to the south, I-95 to the west and Biscayne Bay...Continue Reading!
Since my husband and I moved to Miami four years ago, the Design District has gone from the place we visited a few times looking for furniture to a place we frequent for its off the beaten path restaurants, bars, and cool vibe. Locals have started referring to it as the "new South Beach"; and indeed, more than one of SOBE's hot restaurants will be making the Design District their new home. I recently heard that the restaurant...Continue Reading!
Mientras el Centro de Miami ofrece una rígida pero a la vez refrescante mezcla de trabajo y juego; el centro urbano también tiene su cuota de participación en las experiencias culturales. La gran diversidad que caracteriza Miami se expresa mediante la increíble variedad de opciones culinarias presentes para satisfacer al amplio grupo de visitantes que vienen de todas partes del mundo al paraíso cultural en que se ha convertido el Centro de Miami. Una de las principales atracciones que atrae...Continue Reading!
The City of Miami is credited as being the “Gateway of the Americas” due to its plethora of foreign-born residents, its strong cultural ties to Latin America and the nearby Caribbean, and its tremendous Spanish-speaking population. Due to its strong cultural and economic ties to Latin America, Miami boasts a large Latin American population that further adds evidence to the claim of Miami resembling a cultural, and furthermore bilingual, melting pot. Representing one of the country’s top financial institutions and...Continue Reading!