Award-winning, historic Morningside estate featured on HGTV

 

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The captivating motif of this award-winning residence makes it a compelling draw for discerning homeowners. Built in 1926, the meticulously restored, two-story, craftsman-style estate at 585 NE 58th St. is ideally positioned along a tree-lined street in the historic district of Morningside and has been featured on HGTV as well as in numerous design magazines.

Priced at $1,790,000, it offers 3,781 square feet of living space and, coupled with its guest residence, comprises five bedrooms and five baths. While lush landscaping has transformed the home’s oversize corner lot into a breezy tropical paradise, the interiors now display an artful blend of comfort and function, with totally modernized systems throughout.

Every detail of the residence, including its many upgrades, is designed to complement the home’s uniquely charming flair. An intriguing variety of tile patterns grace several rooms.  Other spaces are distinguished with volume tray ceilings, richly hued oak flooring and elegant archways that lead from room to room. Of particular note is a brick fireplace, an authentic showpiece that serves as the focal point of the generously scaled living room.

The gourmet-style kitchen, with its gas range, wood cabinetry, snack counter and stainless steel appliances, is an art deco masterpiece. In similar fashion, the original baths are in pristine condition. The second floor master suite offers a luxuriously tranquil retreat with its own private balcony.

A series of French-style doors opens the home to its large, heated pool and verdant grounds. The graceful palms and mature foliage that surround the entire estate provide an added measure of privacy. The residence is complete with a two-car garage and a power generator.

Morningside is a gated community within Miami’s Upper Eastside. The area has its own bayfront park and is near Wynwood and the Design District, with easy access to South Beach and international airports.

For more information, contact Kimberly O’Mahony at 305-970-6000.

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This restored two-story craftsman-style estate at 585 NE 58th St. is ideally positioned along a tree-lined street in the historic district of Morningside.

    Award-winning, historic Morningside estate featured on HGTV

    The captivating motif of this award-winning residence makes it a compelling draw for discerning homeowners. Built in 1926, the meticulously restored, two-story, craftsman-style estate at 585 NE 58th St. is ideally positioned along a tree-lined street in the historic district of Morningside and has been featured on HGTV as well as in numerous design magazines.

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