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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.

Meticulously Redone Med Revival on Miami Beach’s Flamingo Drive Asks $9.8 Million

Check out this extensively renovated historic Mediterranean Revival waterfront house located on Indian Creek and Flamingo Drive. Built in 1934, the 10,230 square foot property has nine bedrooms, 11 baths, a large living room with a grand vaulted ceiling and pointed arch window, pool, very formal dining room, courtyard, and pergolas for days.

Historic Coconut Grove Med Revival With Underground Pool-View Wine Cellar Wants $1.95M

This historic Med Revival house, hidden behind hedges and oolitic limestone privacy walls, and nestled in the old growth Coconut Grove hammock, is located on land once owned by legendary orator and Grove resident William Jennings Bryan. It's listed for $1.95 million.

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.

Classic Palm Beach Maurice Fatio House Wants $10.9 Million

Maurice Fatio, one of Palm Beach's most noteworthy architects, designed many classic Mediterranean Revival numbers in the 1930s, including this one. Called Villa Las Carpas, Spanish for 'house of the tents,' the recently landmarked house is listed for $10.9 million.

Absolutely Over-The-Top Mediterranean Revival Penthouse Hits the Market for $7 Million

The penthouse at the top of 600 Coral Way, the Segovia Tower, is something to behold—if not for its beauty, at least for its over-the-top audacity. The amount of faux finish used on the walls alone is something to behold.

Arabic-Inspired Coral Gables House is on the Market for $1.65 Million, And Dripping in Exotic Details

I'm not sure if it's historic or not, but this arabic-inspired courtyard house in Coral Gables is still pretty dang gorgeous.  Located at 5538 San Vincente Street, it's on the market for $1.65 million. They don't build classy, courtyard houses like this that often anymore. The brokerbabble is a little over the top though.

Villa Paula, Cuba’s Elusive Former Consulate, is About to Hit the Market

Villa Paula, the storied, old Cuban consulate in Miami, is about to hit the market. Listed by ONE Sotheby’s International Realty agent Jean-Louis Delbeke, the property will hit the market at $4.5million as part of a four-lot commercial assemblage, according to a publicist.

Med Revival Castle Rumored to be Owned by an Arab Sheik is Stagnating on the Market

One of the most iconic houses on Miami Beach's Pine Tree Drive, which is rumored to be owned by an Arab sheik or oligarch or somebody, and was originally owned by one of the founding families of Miami Beach, the Collinses, is on the market for $21.95 million. Listed for $25 million a year ago, the house has sat on the market unsold since.

Walter De Garmo’s 3467 N Moorings Way, at the Head of a Grand Canal, is on the Market for $8.75 Million

3467 Moorings Way, designed by the classic Miami architect Walter De Garmo in 1929, is back on the market for a very nice $8.75 million. In addition to a fantastic restoration, some sublime historical details, a grand living room, a louche and luxuriant pool, and some fantastic gardens, the house sits at arguably the grandest spot in the exclusive enclave of The Moorings in Coconut Grove.