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HIGH PINES MIAMI REAL ESTATE

City of South Miami

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High Pines South Miami

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  $7,000 to $20,000 See Rent listing

About High Pines South Miami Florida

A little hamlet located between South Miami and Ponce/Davis area, High Pines blossomed as World War II veterans returned to Miami and began to work for the Holsum Bakery located at the crossroads of Sunset and Red Road. High Pines has many home styles to choose from including, single family homes, luxury townhomes, garden style condos, and vacant land; all within walking distance of great schools, restaurants, shops and entertainment.

  • If you know south Miami-Dade County, we only have to tell you that High Pines is right smack in the center of the City Pleasant. If you are not so familiar with the locale, here are some of the particulars about High Pines Miami's all important location.
     

  • A short stroll through this tree lined residential neighborhood brings you to Red Road/Sunset Drive. Hometown shopping district with its Shoppes of Sunset Mall, the countless street-front boutiques, bakeries, restaurants of every kind (French, Chinese, Japanese, Middle Eastern, Cuban, Crepe, etc.), gourmet groceries, fish markets, tennis apparel shops, shoe repair shops, beauty and health spas, ice cream parlors, and on and on.
     

  • A short walk further in various directions in the neighborhood brings you to the public library, the city hall, full service hospitals, The University of Miami, playgrounds, tennis courts, and every other imaginable public amenity.
     

  • If you want to get out of the High Pines area, you can walk to the Metrorail station to take you all over the county, or, in your car, you are seconds from South Florida's main thoroughfare, US Highway #1 (South Dixie Highway). With Metrorail and US1 you can get anywhere you want to go, close or far.
     

  • Perhaps what's most important about High Pines South Miami's location is what will be immediately around you; wide, tree-shaded boulevards and neighborhood residential streets to enjoy a quiet afternoon stroll or to enjoy sitting in your courtyard, on your sundeck or by the pool just hearing, well, just hearing the birds and maybe a dog bark.

About the City of South Miami Florida

The City of South Miami, approximately 3 miles south of the City of Miami, encompasses 2.5-square miles within Miami-Dade County. It borders the University of Miamis main campus and the cities of Coral Gables and Pinecrest. U.S. Highway 1 (South Dixie Highway) carries tens of thousands of vehicles through the city on a daily basis. South Miami, incorporated in 1927, is one of the County's oldest municipalities with a permanent residential, tri-ethnic population of approximately 10,500. The town center area east of US1 is a vibrant shopping, dining and entertainment venue with a hometown ambiance. Two major hospitals within the city provide employment and services to people throughout the county and beyond.

History of the City of South Miami

In 1897, W.A. Larkins, an early pioneer and founder of South Miami, brought his family into the lush wilderness at the southernmost end of the wagon trail that is now the Ingraham Highway. He started a small dairy and a year later established a post office near what is not Cocoplum Circle. Upon the completion of the Miami to Homestead extension of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1906, Larkins bought the property west of what is now Red Road and south of Sunset Drive and established the first grocery and general supply store located in the area. Additionally, the US Government moved the post office to that location, and the surrounding community was named Larkins in honor of the its Postmaster. The city of South Miami has grown from a small farming community to a vibrant suburb with quiet neighborhoods and a popular shopping and restaurant district.

Demographics and Census Data for South Miami, Florida

The geographic coordinates of South Miami, a city in Miami-Dade County in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale metro area, are Latitude: 25.707N Longitude: -80.293W The City is in the Eastern Standard time zone and has a sub-tropical climate.

Total Area: 2.30 square miles
Population: 10,741 people (2000 census*)
Caucasian: 38.9% Latino: 34.4% African descent: 24.7% Asian descent: 1.4%
11,355 (2003 estimated population)
Median age for residents: 37.4 years (this is older than average age in the U.S.)
Families (non-single residences): 60.3% of the population
Median household income: $42,488 (higher than National median income of $41,994)
Form of Government: City Manager/ Commission

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