Historic Homes for Sale in Northern FL

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Jennifer Allan, the Queen of Selling with Soul, has mentioned more than once that Facebook is just not her thing.  If you don't know Jennifer, you should subscribe to her blog, Sell with Soul, first then come back and read this post.  Selling with Soul is all about working with your SOI (Sphere o...
Fifteen years ago I moved to Germany, and all of my "stuff" fit onto one pallet, that is to say, 3'x3'x3'.  Life was simple and I only carried with my the necessities; my photos, books and a few special things.  Somehow, I lost my way and have collected what seems to be 15 pallets of "stuff".  Do...
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Coral Gables Active Listings - 465 (very similar to last month) 193 are "luxury listings" (ie over $1,500,000) (very similar to last month)36 are short sales (very similar to last month)4 are foreclosures (more than last month) Median List Price - $1,199,000 (same as last month) Coral Gables Pen...
2.5 Acres with two homes near Kendall Drive in Miami Overview Maps Photos Description Market Stats $375,000 Single Family Home For Sale Main Features 5 Bedrooms4 Bathrooms2 UnitsInterior: 3130 sqftLot: 2.50 acre(s) Location 12300 SW 199th AveMiami, FL 33196 Janie Coffey Papillon Real Estate (786...
If you drive along Old Cutler in Coral Gables, starting around the Cocoplum circle heading South, you see quite a few communities tucked away on either side of Old Cutler.  Did you ever wonder what each one was?  Here is a map which will help you make sense of those hidden enclaves.  You will als...
Miami has many more historic homes and districts than many people are aware of.  Although first claimed by Spain in 1566, Miami first started to develop into a settled area in the 1800s by Henry Flagler and friends Julia Tuttle and William Brickell.  Most historic areas hug the coast for obvious ...

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