Coconut Grove

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The oldest continuously inhabited neighborhood of Miami, having been settled in 1873. Coconut Grove is home to a variety of restaurants and outdoor walking venues and outdoor dining. A range of art galleries, boutiques and shops, along with a diverse array of activities and cultural attractions, makes Coconut Grove a popular destination for both locals and visitors alike.

The neighborhood is home to some of Miami's most iconic landmarks, the Vizcaya Museum & Gardens, The Kampong and the Coconut Grove Playhouse. It is also home to Cocowalk, an outdoor shopping and entertainment center, featuring boutiques and stores, movie theatres, and a variety of dining places.

There are numerous parks in Coconut Grove, such as Peacock Park and Vizcaya Park, both of which provide recreational areas for residents and visitors alike.

Houses in Coconut Grove are very sought after especially by families as it homes some of the best Schools in the county from PK-12th Grade, including and not limited to: St Hugh, Coconut Grove Elementary, Ransom Everglades, MCA Academy, St Stephen's Episcopal Day Schools, Carrollton, La Salle.

Families looking for schools in the immediate area will want to visit Miami-Dade County Schools

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