Coconut Grove Med Revival on Land Once Owned By Howard Hughes Gets Price Reduction to $15M

Way back in 2012 on Curbed Miami, I wrote about this baronial med revival palazzo located in the gated compound of Hughes Cove, named after one-time owner Howard Hughes, with views looking over a private harbor to Biscayne Bay. The real estate market was emerging from the doldrums of the Great Recession, the house–built in 2003–was listed for $13 million, and things were looking up.

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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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Historic Pinetree Drive Circle Estate Wants Twenty Times What it Sold for Twenty Years Ago

The huge house at 6385 Pinetree Drive Circle in Miami Beach, an historic Mediterranean Revival des res, last sold for $19 million in 2016 when Miami’s luxury market was hot hot hot. Since then, things have cooled a bit. Earlier this year, the lavish palazzo was put back on the market for $22.5 million, and hasn’t budged for 210 days. That’s 8 months. Two thirds of a year. You get the picture.

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