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- Coconut Grove Townhome for Sale: 3187 Lamb Ct
- Only 10 Homes Listed For Sale In The High Pines Community
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- FPL=R.I.P. US 1
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Unique Opportunity in Coconut Grove - A beautiful and Modern Coconut Grove Townhome with a Pool for Sale
Features of this Townhome for Sale in Coconut Grove
This property is offered for $849,950
$367 per Sq.Ft
Coconut Grove Townhome for Sale? Be Fast because its SCARCE!!
The Coconut Grove Real Estate market is in demand. The market is popular with young professionals and families. The market is predominently a house market and has become increasingly popular over 2013. The enormous attraction of investors and buyers to Coconut Grove has led a falling inventory of 5 months (Almost a sellers market). The consequences are that many buyers are looking in the Grove but there are no good properties available for them. The good value properties are often sold within days after being launched on the market.
Location of this Coconut Grove Townhome
3187 Lamb Ct, Coconut Grove, Florida 33133, United States
CONTACT ME TODAY FOR A PRIVATE SHOWING OR ANY OTHER INFORMATION
305 508 0899
Posted: 08 May 2014 09:13 AM PDT
High Pines, a small community nestled between Downtown South Miami and a section of South Coral Gables, is a great community to live in… It is within walking distance of Downtown South Miami, and not far from the University of Miami main campus. Lots of neighbors walk through the community as traffic is fairly light, and it is in between the entrance to the bike trail heading south and the trail heading into Coconut Grove which eventually ends at the tip of Key Biscayne. Commuters like High Pines too as it is what we call a "close-in" community near a number of Miami's work centers. If their is a problem in High Pines, it is finding a home that is for sale… MLS presently reflects only 10 homes listed for sale. The most expensive, 7421 SW 53 Ct., is listed for sale for $2,650,00 and, of the 10, 7 are listed for more than $1,100,000. The other 3 listings are much less expensive but are much older. Prior to the recession developers were buying older homes in High Pines and reselling the new homes at substantially higher prices. So, if you buy in High Pines now, you either have to purchase an expensive home or be prepared to do renovations to an older home. For further information on High Pines text or call TK Heatley at 305-984-5524. f
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Posted: 07 May 2014 01:56 PM PDT
For some reason, which I guess must be purely financial, our local power company, FPL, has decided that they need to construct 105 foot high transmissions towers up South Dixie Highway through Pinecrest, South Miami, Coral Gables, and the City of Miami to provide power for other parts of our state… After somehow "hiding" the fact the final state decision will be made by the Florida Cabinet next Tuesday, May 13th… The construction of these monstrous transmission towers will destroy South Dixie Highway as we know it, will usurp municipal zoning control, lower property values which will decrease the tax base, and perhaps be a medical hazard to all of those living and working along South Dixie Highway.
Now how does FPL plan to generate the addition power?… You guessed it… by building additional nuclear power plants at Turkey Point… This is a dangerous idea because 1) there is no long term solution for nuclear waste disposal, 2) the Turkey Point site is prone to a sea level rise which could turn the site into an island, 3) the possibility of hurricanes, and 4) the potential for damage from a tsunami caused by an earthquake in the Caribbean Basin (the Keys have been shaken two times this year)…
What can you do? Contact by phone the members of the Florida Cabinet and say "No" to above ground power transmission lines and "No" to nuclear power plants at Turkey Point…The Florida Cabinet consists of : Rick Scott, Governor 850-488-7146, Pam Bondi, Attorney General 866-966-7226, Jeff Atwater, Chief Financial Officer 877-693-5236, Adam Putnam, Commissioner of Agriculture and Consumer Services 800-435-7352, and Carlos Lopez-Cantera, Lieutenant Governor 850-488-7146.
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