About Coconut Grove
Current Prices: $198,000 to $48,000,000
Closed Prices: $108,900 to $60,000,000
Median Sale Price: $1,130,390
Average $ per sq ft: $1055
Association Fee Ranges: $0 to $17963/quarter, $0 to $4000, $0 to $9575/mo
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Age: 1902 to 2023
Sq. Ft.: 325 to 18745 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 0 to 12 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 0 to 13 Bathrooms
Lot Size: 0 - 5+ acres
Getting Around Coconut Grove
Around Coconut Grove
In Coconut Grove, you have plenty of residential options. From modern high-rises to picturesque single-family homes and multi-million dollar waterfront mansions, the neighborhood appeals to those who seek to combine luxury and comfort with scenic panoramas. New residential projects located east on Biscayne Bay provide more fascinating scenic views and remarkable amenities.
The neighborhood features both trendy and classy restaurants with a fusion of South American, European, and North American influences on the menu. No matter whether you crave exotic Spanish meals, traditional Italian pizza, or a delicious burger plate, Coconut Grove has something for all appetites. You can also find plenty of unique restaurant spots in the area, featuring a diversity of styles such as a rustic Italian tavern or a shadowy garden ambience.
The world of Coconut Grove is diverse, yet predominantly local. Eclectic crowds as well as families with kids frequently explore all that the neighborhood has to offer. The neighborhood has a small business center so you can meet young professionals and busy corporate representatives in the area. The crowd is primarily trendy and professional as well.
Depending on the season you catch an art festival or an open-air musical performance in Coconut Grove. If there are no events on the agenda for that day, head out to the Coconut Grove-based Movie Theatre to view the latest blockbusters on the market. Get a glass of sangria at one of the open-air restaurants or order a mouth-watering local dish at a trendy restaurant. Fashionistas can check out one of the area’s independent and local boutiques to try out unique outfits and trendy styles.
After finishing brunch at one of the sidewalk cafes and restaurants, you can freely explore the mysteries of Biscayne Bay. Coconut Grove has also been known as Miami’s sailing capital. With its excellent location on Biscayne Bay, The Grove provides “once in a lifetime opportunities’” for sailing, boating, yachting, and even paddle boarding. Your Sunday will never be boring with all the water activities and outdoor recreation found in Coconut Grove.
- Charming sidewalk coffee shops
- Exotic Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
- Family-friendly environment
- Serene, waterfront parks
Locals Don't Love
- Parking areas can get congested
- Peak traffic hours
- Residential options can be limited
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