Coconut Grove Real Estate & Neighborhood Information
Every great city has a secret heart, a tucked-away treasure. In Miami, the enchanted heart at the center of our tropical soul is called Coconut Grove. This charming walking village with tree lined streets leads down to one of the world’s most beautiful sailing bays.
This delightful village is nestled between Coral Gables and Downtown Miami and is a sail away from Key Biscayne. Tourists and residents alike love Coconut Grove for its quaint village atmosphere, bohemian vibe, brick sidewalks and its proximity to Biscayne Bay.
Coconut Grove Real Estate
Known for its eclectic residences, Coconut Grove homes for sale are highly sought after. This waterfront neighborhood is peppered with cottage-style architecture, contemporary offerings, luxury high rises and everything in between. Some of the most desirable homes for sale in Coconut Grove are tucked away in gated communities such as The Moorings, The Cloisters, Grovenor House, and Grove Isle, among others..
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Coconut Grove Neighborhood Video
As a long-time resident of the Grove, I naturally look forward to the Coconut Grove Arts Festival over President’s Day weekend every year. I still am amazed that my little neighborhood is host to one of the biggest art festivals in the country! I bask in the energy that fills the neighborhood, as well as the wonderful art, music, food and (hopefully!) glorious South Florida weather. I fancy myself a local expert on this festival so I have put together some tips to guide you through this magical event that could only take place in my very own Coconut Grove!
The Village of Coconut Grove is referred to as The Grove by locals and as home by my family and I. Cliche as it seems, Coconut Grove is truly a unique place in South Florida, with a rhythm all its own.
As the oldest, continuously inhabited neighborhood in the city of Miami, Coconut Grove is full of charm and joy, boasting Biscayne Bay and lush trees as its backdrop. It’s the ideal scenery for the countless festivals and community activities that go on here.
This village started out modestly with an influx of immigration in 1825 when the Cape Florida lighthouse went into operation and was manned by John Dubose. The Pent, Beasley and Frow families were also among the earliest settlers recorded in Coconut Grove.