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Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove

The family friendly and exceedingly desired Coconut Grove has always been known for its eclectic artist community and its laid back lifestyle. Today however, new ultra-luxury condos and waterfront mansions are being built in the Grove, which is getting glitzier than ever and is now attracting wealthy families from all over the world.


The 5.6 square mile village has been annexed in 1925 and predates the founding of Miami. With its tree filled, jungle-esk streets (occasionally the catwalk of a muster of peacocks) and Bahamian, timber frame conch houses, the Grove is like no other part of Miami. This laid back village provides a more Bohemian feel than elsewhere in Miami while also being home to many multi-million dollar mansions.


Coconut Grove is exclusive and it is the new place to be. According to the Wall Street Journal, the Grove has seen a true transition from Birkenstocks to Billionaires in the last few years and this ‘Bohemian chic’ part of Miami is now where everyone wants to be.  The demographic that buys in the Grove is primarily looking for a primary residence and not for merely an investment.

Why does Coconut Grove appeal to buyers?

Real Estate in Coconut Grove is very desired for multiple reasons:


• Safety. This 24/7 police controlled area has been named the safest area in Miami by the Miami Dade police.
• Excellent schools. The Grove is home to some of Miami’s best schools. Read more about schools in Coconut Grove.
• Geographic location: The Grove is ideally located in the center of it all. You are minutes away from the financial center in Brickell as well as 5-10 minutes from Coral Gables‘ commercial and business districts.
• Walkability: The Grove is known for its walkability. The core of the Grove, which is centered around Cocowalk which is home to many little boutiques, art galleries, ice cream parlors and cozy little lunch rooms and restaurants. During the weekends many Grovites can be found here.
• The tree filled streets: The lush vegetation of oak and banyan trees in the Grove is one of its main assets. Many people feel like they are truly living in a village within Miami.

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