Scroll down to use the Interactive Map to explore Condo Buildings.
Select an Area
Area Information for Coconut Grove in Florida
Considered one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the greater Miami area, Coconut Grove is an impressive neighborhood thatâ€™s rich in history and culture.
Longtime Miami area residents generally define Coconut Grove as being bordered by North Prospect Drive to the south, LeJeune Road to the west, South Dixie Highway to the North and Biscayne Bay to the east.
The community was created in 1925 when the city of Miami annexed the city of Coconut Grove and most of Silver Bluff.Â
Today, Coconut Grove boasts a distinctive brand from the rest of the greater Miami Area.Â Annual events within the community, such as the Goombay Festival and the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, help to solidify that identity.
Coconut Grove Provides Residents with An Array of Things to Do
When youâ€™re a Coconut Grove resident, youâ€™ll likely never feel the need to leave the community on the weekends.
Thatâ€™s because thereâ€™s always something fun and exciting going on throughout the community.Â
Coconut Grove is home to several cultural museums, many of which will frequently change their exhibits, such as Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
There are also a number of parks in the area.Â Regardless of whether you prefer quiet trail walks or soccer games, youâ€™re likely to find a park in Coconut Grove that meets those needs:
- The Barnacle Historic State Park
- Coconut Grove Playhouse
- The Kampong
- Peacock Park / Kenneth Myers Bayside Park
- David Kennedy Park
- Grand Avenue Park
- Ingraham Terrace Park
- Sunrise Park
- And more!
Whatâ€™s more, thanks to Coconut Groves intricate system of public transportation (which includes the Miami Metrorail), residents are always within just a few minutes of all the unique boutiques and restaurants in Miami.
Education in Coconut Grove
As with all communities located within the county, Coconut Grove is served by the Miami-Dade County Public School Systems.
Coconut Grove residents with school-age children can rest assured that their children will be receiving a fine education from such public schools in the area as:
- Coconut Grove Elementary School
- Frances S. Tucker Elementary School
- George W. Carver Elementary School
- George Washington Carver Middle School
- Academy of Arts and Minds Charter High School
Private schools in the area include Carrollton, Ransom Everglades School and St. Hugh Catholic School.Â Other schools, such as Immaculata-Lasalle High School, and St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School are also located nearby.
Investing in Coconut Grove Real Estate
Weâ€™ll discuss with you what youâ€™re looking for in a Coconut Grove home, and then help you navigate the market to find your dream South Florida home.
We'll also provide you with a number of relocation resources that have prove quite helpful to South Florida home buyers just like you.