COCONUT GROVE REAL ESTATE INFORMATION


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COCONUT GROVE MARKET AS OF August  2017

Single family homes
60 Homes are currently on the market 
The lowest price home listed $549,000.00
The highest price home $11,900.000
Medium price home  $1,662,500  ($512/sf)
6 total homes SOLD  in the past 60 days
Lowest price sold in the  past 60 days $279,000
Highest price sold in past  60 days $6,350,000
Medium Price SOLD $1,795,000 Days in the market 85 ($409./sf)

Condominiums
75 condominiums are currently on the market
The lowest price listed $190,000
The highest price listed $23,500,000
Medium Price listed $1,349,000 ($533./sf)
6 condominiums sold in the past 60 days
lowest price sold $245,000
Highest price sold $6,350.000
Medium price sold $1,593,750. Days in the market 85 ($409./sf)


The Grove is going thru a lot of expansion, new restaurants, new condominiums being built, updating and renovations to the Peacock Park, and the large renovation at Coco Walk mall, all of these renovations will increase its desirability to live in this Miami suburb which its characteristic for its vegetation and charming homes, most of which are Bay Front properties or water view/marina and, of course,  Grove desirable location just about 5 minutes of Brickell and Downtown Miami.

From its beginnings in 1800's  Coconut Grove a magical place has attracted tycoons, artists, writers, and musicians galore, eccentrics and free spirits.  Coconut Grove has also attracted  adventures.
Long before Miami ever existed, this tropical frontier village lured sailors and individualistic settlers into its quietly breathtaking natural setting with its wild sense of inspirational freedom.  Haven for inspirations for such luminaries as Tennessee Williams, Robert Frost and Alexander Graham Bell. 

Just south of Downtown and the Beaches sits boutique shops, eclectic restaurants and Miami's original art gallery district. Coconut Grove is best known for its lush green landscape bordered by the shimmering blue waters of Biscayne Bay.

Today, the village known to locals simply as "the Grove" is still a brilliant gem on the edge of the City of Miami.  Lots of new developments including restaurant,  remaking of parks and new condominiums, are part of the redevelopment of the Grove.  Cranes can be seen in the background as it evolves into a big city life.



Ana  L. Ordonez  CIPS TRC PMN REOS  PCMC
Ana L. Ordonez CIPS TRC PMN REOS PCMC
Lic. Real Estate Broker/Realtor