Mar-A-Lago Architect’s Palm Beach Home and Studio is on the Market for $8 Million

This home and studio, located in Phipp’s Plaza, a residential and commercial plaza with central green space in the center of Palm Beach, is the home and studio of modern-day interior designer Scott Snyder, and was the home and studio of Marion Sims Wyeth, an architect who designed many notable projects around South Florida in the freewheeling 1920s.

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Brand New Georgian Townhouse in Coral Gables is Asking a Grand $2.39 Million

In Miami, townhouses used to be considered a little, well, bleh. Why have a narrow, skinny thing, when you can spread out with a big, circular driveway, and a lagoon style pool? Well, things change, and there are a lot of very nice townhouses around Miami, like this fabulous, three-story number that feels straight out of… London. It has four bedrooms, five baths, and a roomy 3,781 square feet. Oh, and it’s on the end of a block of new equally new townhouses, so you’ve got views in three directions. Naff? Nahhhh. This joint’s classy.

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Arquitectonica’s Iconic First Building, the Babylon, is Being Demolished Now

Spaghetti western star Francisco Martinez-Celeiro, also known as George Martin, has gotten his way. One of Miami-based firm Arquitectonica’s first buildings, the Babylon, built in 1982, is being demolished by Mr. Celeiro, its longtime owner. The Biscayne Times says demolition is expected to be completed by July, but just walk past it, and the Babylon, once an icon of postmodernist architecture in Miami, is already a sad sight.

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Midcentury Split-Level With Kidney-Bean-Shaped Pool in Miami Shores Wants $1.185 Million

Built in 1954, this split-level mid-century ranch house has been redone while preserving some of the 1950s flair that made it unique. The 3,360 square foot place, with four bedrooms, and four and a half baths, is listed for $1.185 million, which, after the cost of the renovation, is just a little bit above the $835,000 the owner spent on the place in 2014. It’s a buyer’s market people!

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Historic Coral Way Med Revival Asks $2.6 Million, Ballroom With Seperate​ Entrance Included

This 5,000 square foot house sits on a plum corner lot on Coral Way, that majestic, oak-shaded street bifurcating Coral Gables, and neighboring Toledo Street. The two-story Med Revival palazzo was built in 1926 and is located in one of the oldest parts of Coral Gables, catty-corner to the George Merrick House, the home of Coral Gables’ founder. With the main facade facing Toledo, there is a second entrance directly facing Coral Way which directly accesses the house’s 45-foot-long ballroom.

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One of Coral Gables’ Exotic Chinese Village Houses Has Hit the Market for $1.625 Million

A well-preserved courtyard house in Coral Gables’ historic Chinese Village, with plenty of original details and exotic charm, has just hit the market for $1.625 million. When the City of Coral Gables was being developed in the 1920s, although most of it was built in the Mediterranean Revival style, little ‘themed’ villages were also created to add some architectural variety. The most fantastical of them all is undoubtedly the Chinese Village, with only eight houses

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