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Families often look to the planned community of Coral Gables. Located seven miles north of Miami Beach, Coral Gables has good inventory of Mediterranean revival, Spanish-style and Spanish-deco architecture. The uber-wealthy and celebrities often choose Fisher Island, a barrier island for waterfront contemporary estates with downtown Miami views. Another barrier island, Bal Harbour, just north of Miami Beach offers luxury waterfront living in both contemporary and Mediterranean style homes. Snowbirds like Bal Harbour’s contemporary condominiums offering a lock and leave lifestyle and cocktail hour sunsets.

Home prices in the Miami area run from affordable mid-century modern condominiums, priced from the mid $200,000’s in Miami Beach to $55 million for a Coral Gables Mediterranean waterfront estate built in 2007. Single-family homes in Coral Gables typically sell faster than contemporary condos in Miami Beach. While Coconut Grove historic gems often draw multiple offers.

Miami Beach’s contemporary condominiums continue to multiply, raising the gold standard and prices on luxury living. “Starchitects” like Herzog, Richard Meier, Zaha Hadid, Norman Foster, John Pawson, de Meuron and Enrique Norten continue to design striking towers where it’s all about views, finishes, amenities, and services.

A live/work lifestyle with contemporary high-rise condominiums is the appeal of Brickell, a financial hub, often referred to as “Wall Street of the South. Over 100 international and domestic financial institutions have a Brickell address.

Visitors and resident love Miami’s oldest historic neighborhood and the tropical vibe of Coconut Grove. Low-rise neighborhoods boast tree-lined streets with native plants framing Spanish style and restored expanded cottages dating back decades. The “Grove” as locals call also has its share of mid-century homes along with striking contemporary mansions.

Wide tree-lined streets lush with greenery are standard in Coral Gables. Multi-million-dollar Mediterranean and modern waterfront-estates make the city a five-star address. The right home in the right architectural style can easily be found in Miami.

Life in Miami

Life in Miami is a 24-hour event if you want that lifestyle. Head to South Beach’s Ocean Drive for a truly international experience celeb and people watching. Tour the Art Deco Historic district with its perfectly pastel-colored buildings that define the Miami Beach of another era, rebooted for today. Head to Coconut Grove’s CocoWalk on Grand Avenue, an iconic indoor/outdoor destination for restaurants, shopping, movies, bars, and cafes. You would never know Coconut Grove is in the middle of Miami. Think ultra-casual and then add in the sailboats anchored on beautiful Biscayne Bay.

Coral Gables vintage-style trolley makes for easy access to Grand Avenue and the Metrorail. Famed Central Park landscape architect inspired Coral Gables’, “The City Beautiful Movement.” There wide-tree-lined avenues, grand buildings, abundant green space and ornate plazas and fountains create a welcoming environment for all. Bal Harbour delivers the best in retail therapy, with the world-famous Bal Harbor Shops. Add in, outstanding dining and a full-calendar of social events to the mix. Miami lifestyle is all about lifestyle options, abundant sunshine, blue-sky and of course the ocean.

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Experience Miami Homes For Sale

Whether it's in the elegant condo towers along the Miami River or in a sprawling waterfront estate in a gated community of the Bay, you'll find a home that seems designed just for you in Miami. A long history of innovation characterizes much of the appeal of Miami homes for sale. For instance, builders and architects here have long borrowed from a number of Spanish, Italian, and Latin American styles, constructing pueblo-inspired bungalows and Mediterranean haciendas along the waterfront that feature Mexican tile flooring, white stucco exteriors, arched entryways, and red-tile roofing. Backyard lap pools and large decks are not infrequent, completing the connection to the outdoors and inviting residents to spend their days enjoying the region's near-perfect weather.

More recently, the eclecticism of Miami has inspired a flurry of interest in contemporary and modern homes situated in inspired gated communities that often offer access to private amenities like tennis courts, playgrounds, and golf courses. While some of these homes are among the most expensive in the state of Florida today, others are remarkably affordable considering just how many modern features they contribute. From smart home systems that keep you cool to chef-quality Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, these homes are heavy hitters when it comes to attracting canny home buyers. (Short walks to the beach don't hurt, either.)

But if Miami is famous for a single architectural style, it's the Art Deco and Art Moderne masterpieces that are found primarily in South Beach's Art Deco District. Built between 1923 and 1943, these homes set themselves apart thanks to streamlined surfaces, flat roofs, and decorative towers and balustrades. Soft, watery pastels, porthole windows, and glass blocks call to mind the ocean liners that once docked in the Port of Miami. Today, these are the most prized Miami homes for sale, and examples on the market include both carefully preserved museum pieces and daring upgrades that bring the style into the twenty-first century.

Embrace Life in Miami, Florida

It can take a little bit of time to get used to, but life in the Magic City is supremely laid-back. Thanks to daily opportunities to relax on Miami Beach, sip cafecitos in Calle Ocho, or club-hop down South Beach, the locals here enjoy a pace of life unlike anything you'll find in the rest of the state. A strong local restaurant culture guarantees plenty of killer gastronomic experiences too, from the famous Cuban cuisine of Versailles to the Peruvian funk of CVI.CHE 105, while attractions like Vizcaya Museum and Gardens or the serene Key Biscayne provide plenty of moments of tranquility. There's always a party going on in Miami thanks to dozens of local festivals that range from Carnaval to NASCAR championship to Art Basel's celebration of local cultural talent. Whatever you're into, you'll likely find a way to do it in Miami.

Many of the communities in Miami are remarkably self-contained, providing plenty of access to local culture and conveniences without the necessity of traveling far across the city. While outsiders are sometimes intimidated by the city's streets, Miami's grid system actually makes it easy to navigate, while Metrorail and a robust busing service also provide easy commutes that help you to avoid the expressways during rush hour. Finally, Miami International Airport is a major hub that sees about 100,000 travelers each day and serves as a gateway to Latin America for many residents and visitors. Living here, you'll have full access to the Caribbean, South America, and beyond.

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