Coconut Grove, known affectionately as “The Grove,” is a peaceful, verdant, upscale waterfront neighborhood tucked along the shores of Biscayne Bay. It was settled in 1825 and is the oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood in Miami. A forest oasis by the sea, the neighborhood is known for its relaxed feel, rich tropical foliage, waterfront access and breathtaking views. Renowned for its magnificent properties, luxury condominiums, and charming vintage bungalows, homes here come in various styles and price ranges. A small bungalow may sit next door to a large estate or a small condominium complex. Luxury condominiums line the downtown waterfront, waterfront mansions line the bay on the North and South, and attractive townhomes can be found in the center of the Grove. CocoWalk, the neighborhood’s commercial center, and the surrounding area feature chic shopping, Art Nouveau and Art Deco architecture, laidback sidewalk cafes, and upscale restaurants (including Michelin star rated). Coconut Grove is a family friendly neighborhood with some of Miami’s finest private schools, and fantastic public schools.

The Grove’s history, art, and culture further distinguish it as one of Miami’s most desirable neighborhoods. It is home to the Barnacle, the oldest house in Miami, still standing on its original site. Residents can enjoy monthly outdoor concerts and movies on the sprawling waterfront lawn, now a State Park. Slightly further North along the bay are the vast gardens of Villa Viscaya, an early 20th century Italian Renaissance style home, now an art museum and local favorite with expansive grounds, an exquisite view, and charming weekend farmer’s market. The community is also home to an 8- acre National Botanical Garden, the Kampong. This eclectic mix of access to nature and green spaces, quiet tree-lined streets with sun dappled homes and luxury apartments—all walking distance to the water, with its sailing and yacht clubs, marinas, dining, and more—is a truly unique experience in Miami.

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