Palmetto Bay is an incorporated village that is located to the south of Miami, which consists of two neighborhoods: Cutler and East Perrine. This is an 8.45-square mile area with many schools and close proximity to the ocean. The past of the village holds some dramatic memories, as it was hit by Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Since then, the community has healed and many properties here now feature advanced hurricane protection. With a per capita income of $ 39,271, this place is a great compromise for someone who would like to live in a quiet suburban area that is both close to Miami and other major places of interest, as well as close to the beach.
Palmetto Bay Real Estate
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Palmetto Bay real estate for sale and rent
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Coral Reef Estates
2 listings for sale
|Homes||$750k - $875k||$505.1||-||$0|
3 listings for sale
2 listings for rent
|Homes||$662k - $850k||$483.6||$5,500 - $11,000||$3.8|
Royal Palm Harbor
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About Palmetto BayFL
Palmetto Bay main attractions
- Charles Deering Estate is a national landmark that has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is set on 444 acres of land and features a number of historical early 20th century buildings while the ecological, geological, and archaeological properties of the area have been considered unique by numerous researchers.
- Thalatta Estate Park is another historical landmark that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century. The area features several historical buildings and stunning views of the Biscayne Bay.
- Coral Reef Park is a popular outdoor venue for the locals and is located in the central part of the village. It offers jogging and cycling trails, as well as tennis, racquetball, soccer, football, and basketball facilities.
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