Built-in 1925, this almost-one-hundred-year-old cottage deep in the old-growth hammocks of Coconut Grove, is in impressively original condition considering its age. Constructed of oolitic limestone and Dade County Pine, two almost mythical construction materials from Miami’s past that are strong and sustainable, the 1,344 square foot house has been messed with very very little over the last century. Yes, it needs some work, but so much of what makes it special is how little has been done to it over the years, preserving details like red oak floors and light blue window shutters. Hopefully whatever bold architectural ideas you or your decorated have to spruce up the place won’t actually mess it all up too much. 2344 Lincoln Avenue was put on the market yesterday for $1.2 million.