Stately Morningsider, Eclectically Decorated, Hits the Market for $3.4M

This immaculately preserved and restored palazzo in the heart of Morningside, the City of Miami’s first historic district, was built in 1926. It hist the market on Sunday for $3,399,000, and in the intervening time it must have had a pretty exciting existence, if the bright and eclectic interior is any evidence. Located at 5600 NE 6th Avenue, the house is in the heart of the neighborhood.

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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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