- Current Prices:$149,000 to $999,999
- Closed Prices:$34,000 to $732,000
- Median Sale Price:$240,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$249
- Association Fee Ranges:$150 to $214/quarter,$0 to $615,$0 to $890/mo
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1915 to 2018
- Sq. Ft.:391 to 6,300Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 11Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:0 to 9Bathrooms
- Lot Sizes: - 1 acres
You can find home designs and prices to accommodate your budget in the community of Little Havana. Most common in this neighborhood are attached homes, which usually have monthly homeowner association fees ranging from $65 to $890, and taxes for the year range from as low as $548 to as high as $205,790. There are also a variety of single-family homes. Those usually have quarterly homeowner association fees ranging from $65 to $890. Property taxes for the year range from as low as $1,363 to as high as $14,449. Perfect for those with vehicles, many of these residences feature a driveway with a garage.
The Perfect Sunday
Sundays are normally for errands or for spending time with family. Church parking lots are filled and laundromats are at capacity with residents getting chores done. Many locals escape the neighborhood and take the drive to South Beach to take advantage of the sunrays and ocean breeze.
Friday Night Fun
Friday night is where the local bars and restaurants turn into parties that sometimes find their way onto the streets. Music like salsa, merengue, and bachata can be heard from blocks away. The Magic City Casino in nearby West Flagler is a local favorite and the parking lot starts to get crowded after 7pm. The younger crowd tends to head toward nearby Brickell in Downtown Miami, where the bars and restaurants are open until 4am.
What You'll See
You’ll see plenty of Spanish signs and businesses bordering the streets. Residents engaged in a game of dominos at the park or at a café is a regular scene in Little Havana. Cigar shops are readily available to provide customers with the next-best thing to a Cuban cigar. The sidewalk on Calle Ocho is decorated with pink marble stars that resemble the Hollywood walk of fame but with a Cuban flare that honors Cuban celebrities. Tour buses running up and down the main street and locals scurrying to go about their daily activities is also a typical scene in Little Havana.
Where to Eat
Little Havana features authentic Cuban and Spanish cuisine. You’ll find a good portion of the restaurants and cafés serve Cuban food, and most are of some Spanish influence. The most famous of all the Cuban restaurants in the area is Versailles on SW 8th Street (technically in West Flagler). The mirror-lined restaurant is packed with families and tourists on weekends and an older crowd during the daytime.
Where to Live
Little Havana has a great mixture of single-family homes, mid-rise condos, and multi-family residences. Wherever you decide to live in Little Havana, you will witness the cultural vibe through Salsa music, cortadito espressos, politics, and Cuban cuisine. Depending on the street, home values and styles fluctuate in the neighborhood, however they are still above median home prices for Miami due to its close proximity to downtown, which is bordered to the east of the neighborhood.
Affordable homes • Authentic cuisine • Local culture.
Locals Don't Love
Limited parking spaces • Traffic and congestion.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.