Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove, or the Grove, is one of the oldest and most unique settlements in Greater Miami.  In the Grove lush tropical foliage hides houses. Streets may twist and turn.  Some of the original Bahamian descendents still settle the Grove.  A small bungalow may sit next door to a large estate or a small condominium complex. Magnificent waterfront mansions line the Bay on the North and South. Houses come in various styles and price ranges. Luxury condominiums line the downtown waterfront and attractive townhomes exist in the center of the Grove, all within walking distance to the area town center.

Coconut Grove has an eclectic mix of history, art, culture, and nature. The Grove is home to the Barnacle, the oldest house in Miami still standing on its original site. Residents can enjoy outdoor concerts and movies monthly at the Barnacle. Villa Vizcaya, an early 20th century Italian Renaissance style mansion on Biscayne Bay, has an art museum and extensive gardens, and its host to many public and private events. The Grove also has an 8 acre tropical garden called the Kampong, one of the National Botanical Gardens. Several of the finest private schools exist here as well as a very good public elementary school.


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