Neighborhood Spotlight : Shenandoah

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Located in the geographic and cultural heart of the city, Shenandoah has somehow remained one of Miami’s best kept secrets.

This charming and historic neighborhood is composed of tree lined-streets and architecturally distinct homes.  Shenandoah’s prime central location between Brickell, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove offers residents a commute-free, dynamic lifestyle, while remaining a quiet residential neighborhood.

Shenandoah is centrally located just west of The Roads and Brickell, south of Little Havana, north of Coconut Grove and east of Coral Gables.

Shenandoah was first developed by Virginians in the 1920’s, and features a range of Revivalist architecture such as Mediterranean and Neoclassical.

The rejuvenation of nearby Calle Ocho along with the growing desirability of living near the urban core has made Shenandoah a highly sought-after area. The increase in traffic and trend towards walkability has only made this historic neighborhood more desirable.

Months of Inventory has hovered between 3- 6 months over the past 5 years, indicating a consistently in-demand market. The secret must be out!

With most homes priced in the $400,000 – $600,000 range, Shenandoah offers great value to home buyers and investors alike.

Did You Know?

The banyan trees along scenic Coral Way replaced a trolley car system that operated in the 20’s and 30’s and connected the City of Miami with Coral Gables.


 In an overcrowded market it’s crucial to work with a professional Realtor who has the experience and market knowledge to get the job done.

Whether you are interested in buying or selling in Miami, feel free to contact me to discuss :

Alex Larmier | 786.301.5357 |