Coconut Grove, also known as “The Grove” is the oldest inhabited neighborhood in Miami. Originally settled in the 1800s, this family friendly area is known for its artistic community and relaxed lifestyle. It provides an escape from the stress of city life. Its safety, walkability and geographic location attract consumers. The Grove is located minutes away from both the financial center in Brickell and the business district of Coral Gables. Today however, new ultra-luxury condos and waterfront mansions are being built in the Grove, which is getting glitzier than ever and is now attracting wealthy families from all over the world.
Miami’s Biscayne Bay borders the Grove on the east side. The Grove has a variety of single-family homes (Miami’s most desired properties), as well as luxury condos and some townhomes. Coconut Grove is home to some of the best schools in Miami both public and private. In the center of Coconut Grove you can find Cocowalk which is home to fine dining, a 14 screen luxury movie theater, boutiques, stores, ice cream parlors, live entertainment and music. The Grove is home to many bay front parks like Peacock Park, Kennedy Park, The Barnacle Historic State Park and more. Coconut Grove is exclusive and it is the new place to be.
- Ransom Everglades
- La Salle High School
- Saint Hugh Catholic School
- Saint Stephen’s Episcopal Day School
- Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart
- Coconut Grove Montessori School
- Vanguard School of Coconut Grove
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- Coconut Grove Elementary School
- Frances S. Tucker Elementary School
- George W. Carver Elementary School
- George W Carver Middle School