OVER $100K in equity!!! 3 Beds / 1 Bath CBS House. Solid structure, closed out yard, nice tile roof. No fees due to the buyer. Property needs complete rehab, new floors, bathroom, and kitchen. Cash investors only. Ideal fix and Flip property, much potential. Comps upto $460k! Rental average over $3,000 a month. Handyman. Fixer. Will need to do inspection prior to sending offer. Information in this listing is deemed reliable but is not
This beautiful house has been completely updated with impeccable finishes throughout. Enjoy 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, a large family room. Open kitchen with granite counter tops and new SS appliances, ceramic tile floors, large main room, laundry room with new washer/dryer, new central AC, large back patio (room for pool) to enjoy the outdoors, landscaping and new wood fence.
Great 2 Bedroom/ 2 Bathroom Home in the Heart of Miami Shores. Home is Being Sold Occupied. Please See Broker Remarks. This Property is subject to a 5% Buyers Premium Pursuant to the Auction Terms and Conditions (Minimums May Apply). Please Contact the Listing Agent for Commission and Details. This is a Reserve Auction and All Offers Are Subject to Seller Approval. Buyer Representing Self Will Not be Paid a Broker Co-Op Commission.
Delightful, Bright & Charming Single-Family home located in the highly desirable area of Miami Shores. Property features 4 Bedrooms and 2 Bath, new Stainless-Steel appliances, Updated Kitchen, Tile and Luxury Vinyl Flooring, Split floor plan with a Large master bedroom and Fabulous outdoor space with large beautiful mango tree. Plenty of outdoor space for entertaining. Walking distance to Barry University. Just minutes to Downtown &
House completely remodeled with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with plenty of room to grow. Large property with 7,500 square feet in Miami Shores, near US highways 1 and I-95. UU., With new floor and modern waterproof laminate, new doors, new bathrooms and kitchen, stainless steel appliances, all LED lights, all exterior impact doors, spacious rooms and Florida room, totally freshly painted , central location, is a very well built house, presents a
REDUCED FOR QUICK SALE! All reasonable offers considered. Desirable Miami Shores home nestled on a quiet street. This 2 bed, 2 bath home has been updated while retaining its charm. Completely remodeled kitchen and bathroom, vaulted ceilings, wood and tile floors through-out, hurricane impact windows and doors & window treatments with black out option in bedrooms. 2018 upgrades include: Brand new A.C. system, Brand new driveway (sealed),
Nice corner lot house for sale, near shopping, schools and major expressways. Nice tile floors, renovated bathrooms and kitchen, new appliances. granite counter top, big backyard, and no association fee. By requirements of the city, the porch will be modified to specifications. It will have an impact door and the impact windows must be changed. The owner will cover the costs of all the modifications.
This Miami Shores charmer...Inside and out is perfect for a first time home buyer or investors.Spacious enough for a boat or a pool, kitchen is opened up to the living and dining room area. Interior of home features tile flooring throughout,updated kitchen which stainless steel appliances. Great location, a bike ride to everything that Miami Shores has to offer, restaurants, golf course, tennis courts, playground and minutes away from
Price Reduced! Great Value for Miami Shores Gem! Charming 3 Bed/ 3 bath family home with Fireplace. Beautiful Hardwood Floors throughout. Hurricane Impact Windows. Extra large double Car Garage, Separate Additional Workroom. Easy to Show!
ABOUT MIAMI SHORES:
Miami Shores, Florida, in Miami Dade county, is 1 mile south of North Miami, Florida (center to center) and 6 miles north of Miami, Florida. The people of the city are in the Miami metropolitan area. Miami Shores is a community that has a hundred year old history. It was separated from Miami in the year 1932. It was once famous for the Biscayne Kennel Club dog track which was closed down in 1995.
Today, Miami Shores has over 10,000 people, and is a modern residential community first and foremost, with well maintained homes and lawns, an active civic life, and a responsive local government and safety program. Today our village calls itself the “Village Beautiful”. The community came together about a decade ago to construct Doctors Charter School, and both it and Miami Shores Elementary School are both “A” schools.
The village of Miami Shores has 11 parks. Among them, the Arch Creek Park is interesting because it is the location of the Arch Creek Natural Bridge, which is a natural rock formation that is used as a bridge. Miami Shores is a peaceful area which offers opportunities for a wide range of activities. It has an excellent golf course as well as facilities for other games like tennis, soccer, baseball etc.
HISTORY: After the centuries-long American Indian and early Spanish explorer eras, the earliest “pioneer” settlers to come to what would become our village, the Sturdivants, Barnotts, Potters, Sears, Woods, and Hunts are thought to be our first inhabitants. These early homesteaders were instrumental in founding our area, which they christened Biscayne in the early 1870’s.
William H. Gleason and William H. Hunt moved from an area now known to us as downtown Miami, moving the Miami Post office with them and renaming it the Biscayne Post Office. Since the Dade County government was often where Gleason was Biscayne was the titular county seat. However within ten years, most of the early inhabitants were gone and the post office closed in 1888.
Activity renewed in 1892 when the first road in Dade County, from Lantana to Lemon City, was built, and it went through Biscayne, and a post office returned. The earliest types of commerce here included a starch mill, tomato packing plant, saw mill, a pineapple plantation, and a grapefruit grove. Later a railroad depot and school were built. Then in the 1920’s the area was re-christened Miami Shores. There is a historical landmark located at NE 96th Street and the bay.
The two earliest significant landowners were Major Hugh Gordon who held land bordering the bay, and T.V. Moore whose holdings were in what would today be our business district. In 1922 Lee T. Cooper purchased Moore’s lands, renaming it Bay View Estates. Then in 1924, the Shoreland Corporation entered the picture, buying up all the acreage and renaming it Miami Shores, “America’s Mediterranean”.
Hugh M. Anderson was Shoreland’s President, and the company had grand plans for an Italian inspired development with inland waterways! By 1926 it was reported that fifty homes were under construction. The beautiful home constructed for Mr. Anderson is on the southwest corner of NE 4th Avenue and NE 94th Street. However on September 18, 1926, a devastating hurricane tore through our fledgling village, and this as well as other factors resulted in Shoreland’s bankruptcy the following year.
In 1928, a new corporation controlled by Bessemer Properties and the Phipps family of New York took over the holdings, and led by Roy H. Hawkins, moved forward with development. In 1931, Hawkins applied for a charter, and on January 2, 1932, the Florida state legislature and village council made us an official municipality. Frank O. Pruitt became our first mayor.
Growth was sporadic in the thirties because of the Great Depression, and ground to a virtual halt during World War II. However construction exploded thereafter, and an engaging mix of residential architectural styles developed.
Miami Shores became largely complete by the sixties, and important community institutions were constructed during the heyday that marked this decade and the seventies. Almost all important community structures were completed in this post war period, including Village Hall, the Country Club, the Community Center, and Brockway Library. By 1968 population had reached 9,000.
By the 1980’s, commercial development on Biscayne Boulevard and in Aventura would affect our downtown business district, and it was truly only recently that twenty five years of challenging times seemed to end for our downtown, with the reconstruction of NE 2nd Avenue and a renewed desire amongst community leaders to bring “Village Place” back to life.
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