A 1920’s Miami Shores estate that is designated on the National Register of Historic Places and showcases authentic architectural features that are reflective of its original design, has hit the market for the first time. The estate was one of the earliest existing homes ever built in the Village of Miami Shores and was designed by nationally-acclaimed architects Kiehnel and Elliot, who are known for several historic Miami properties including the Federal Courthouse.
The home offers 5 bedrooms with 3.5 baths and sits on a combined 3 lots with beautiful lush landscaping surrounding the perimeter of the home. The historic mansion is framed with hundred-year-old oak trees, a garden with a palm walkway, a separate poolside garden with a pool surrounded by authentic old-Chicago-brick patio, a unique porte-cochere, and hundreds of orchids.
Located at 257 NE 91st Street, the estate is currently the most expensive non-water front home listed for $1,900,000 by Adriana Faerman & Charles Morganstern of ONE Sotheby’s International Realty.
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