Marsha Montoya Mayer- Realtor
Paradise Properties of Florida, Inc.
I read through these responses and I'm frankly surprised none of the agents suggested Miami Shores in light of the fact that you will be working in North Miami. Miami Shores is a large established area along the bayfront with mostly custom built homes from the 1930's to the 1960's. In the 1990's after South Beach became a little too popular and pricey, many first time homebuyers came into The Shores to buy and renovate. The end result has been an amazing transformation through gentrification and an involved community of people who know their neighbors and support activities in the City. They have a revitalized Main Street, community theatre, youth center with sports programs and quiet tree lined streets with many young families. It will remind you in a good way of Bethesda.
The adjacent cities of El Portal and Biscayne Park are also going through the revitalization metamorphisis. You will find many socially concious new and old residents to befriend along with interesting, non-national chain store shopping and easy access to all the events and attractions of South Florida with the headache of a commute.
I hope that helps your search!! Doug DeWitt - Concierge Real Estate Sevices - Miami Beach
The Best of Luck and Assistance with your moving.
Rapid Realty Agent
As you see from many of my colleagues who have responded to you, we have many questions in return that will help us serve your needs the best.
I always recommend calling a few agents and see who you are comfortable with and find the most knowledgeable for you situation.
I am available seven days a week. Feel free to call me, think I can be helpful.
Keller Williams Realty
305-721-6373 is my cell phone.
Pam Mayers-EWM Real Estate
Chairmans Club, Top 2% in the Nation
The residents of Coconut Grove were originally free spirted people. Now the area is as socially conscious as it gets in Miami. The residents also have been fighting large scale development for years.
In Coconut Grove/ Coral Gables there are great schools nearby and many small artisian shops . Fresh market, Gardeners Market and Whole Foods are located around the area.
Another option is Brickell, which is less then 15 mins away. Brickell is more of a high rise area but there are many yoga studios and restaurants around. Many young professionals live in Brickell as well.
Please see my website below to search for properties in Coconut Grove, give me a call and I would be happy to assist you! 954.829.1447 or Mannyingco@gmail.com, Keyes Realtors
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Feel free to contact me directly at 305-323-5195.
Where you are working in order to figure out what's in your commuting range?
How large of a home are you looking for?
Are you considering Condos or Townhomes?
That's enough to ensure you get a Realtor that fits the market you are looking in. Other important paramaters should be set when you meet.
Some of the top markets that may have what you're looking at:
Coconut Grove (Whole foods market, 2 parks, good schools, & Shops @ Cocowalk are nearby attractions).
Some of Miami's Key's/Ilsands (proximity to South beach, which has plenty of shops, Stores, Yoga, Organic foods etc.).
Coral Gables and Pinecrest will have similar qualities, with some of the best shcools and neighborhoods that Miami has to offer.
Orlando Perez, Broker for
Stonemason Realty, LLC
1205 Lincoln Road, Suite #211
Miami Beach, Florida 33139