This elegant and historic home, built in Miami Shores in 1928, is one-of-a-kind. Renowned architect Robert Law Weed designed the corner lot estate, at 548 Grand Concourse.
The residence features five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths and is priced at $1,595,000. Located in one of the city’s most prestigious areas, it showcases the splendor of yesteryear, yet offers every modern convenience.
Inside, residents can enjoy more than 4,300 square feet of space. Formal, yet charming, the home is elegantly designed with a grand foyer, a living room with 12-foot volume ceilings and a fireplace.
Also situated downstairs is a solarium, a formal dining room (also with fireplace), an elegant powder room and a kitchen. Upstairs are four bedrooms in addition to another fireplace and library. The spacious master suite features a sitting area, large bath and walk-in closet.
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Outside, expansive manicured gardens encircle a koi pond, originally used as a wading pool. A spacious detached guest home, once used as staff quarters, is an added convenience for guests. For storms and power outages, the home has an 80-kilowatt generator and hurricane shutters. A two-car garage and driveway allow for ample parking.
For more information, contact Kimberly O’Mahony at 305-970-6000 or Kimberli25@aol.com