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Enjoy panoramic city and bay views from this high-floor residence in Grove Towers. Located just steps from the Grove village’s galleries, boutiques, cafes and bayfront pa...
Located in private Grove Isle community. Unit offers the largest floor plan with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a maids/guest room. Watch wonderful sunrises and sunsets f...
Large corner unit with water and city views at the exclusive Ritz-Carlton Residences in the heart of Coconut Grove across from Biscayne Bay and Regatta Harbour. Access to...
Coconut Grove or “The Grove” as referred by locals, is the oldest modern continuously-inhabited neighborhood of Miami. The neighborhood faces to Biscayne Bay to the East and is bounded to the North by Brickell and The Roads, while the city of Coral Gables seats in its West side.
Coconut Grove –even when it is incorporated as a city- could be consider a layback village in the middle of the city of Miami, right on the coast of Biscayne Bay. And it is precisely its location what gives to the neighborhood a very nautical, seaside and shipping feel: a perfect place to enjoy all kind of water activities, and all about outdoors.
Coconut Grove have five parks right on the bay where you can bike or walk, and there Coconut Grove organize periodical recreational activities on the waterfront for residents and visitors alike. Points of interest? As many as you can discover: like the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, an Italian palace right on the warm water of the bay; or the many stores and restaurants of Charles Avenue that is one of the oldest streets in South Florida. Also you can find the Coco Walk Mall, with more restaurants, bars, stores and a movie theater, and closer to that the Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove and the Plymouth Congregational Church attractions between many others.
Walking Coconut Grove’s streets you will find a lot of great places to shop and adorable galleries of local artist, eclectic cafés and bars, romantic bistros, places where child out having a glass of wine in velvet sofas, burgers and local craft beers.
If you are thinking to buy a house or an apartment in a coastal setting this neighborhood may be to your liking. In addition to being on the coast, Coconut Grove is a very nautical neighborhood, meaning that it is somewhat historic, walkable, densely populated and on the water.
Coconut Grove offers a wide range of properties in many styles and prices: ranging from historic buildings to modern design waterfront homes. Whether looking to buy, sell, invest or live in Coconut Grove, this search engine will help you find the perfect property. If you have any questions, please call us. We are looking forward to previewing properties with you.