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Classic Morningside Mediterranean Revival is $3 Million

714 NE 59th Street is a $2.999 million textbook example of the Mediterranean Revival housing stock found in Morningside, the first neighborhood designated an historic district in the City of Miami way back in 1992. Since then, Morningside has gone from a rough inner city 'hood of dilapidated but stately Med Revival and Art Deco houses, right off hooker-lined Biscayne Boulevard, to the advanced state of over-gentrification it currently enjoys, with as much gorgeousness as you could possibly pack in single family neighborhood of large, but by no means massive, houses. Built in 1924, this 4,500 square foot house on a corner lot has 6 bedrooms, 4 full and 2 half baths, a pool, lots of hedgerows, and a 2 car garage. Outside, the checkerboard back yard is lined with wrote iron benches, statues, and topiaries, just to... you know... keep up with the Joneses. · 714 NE 59th Street, Miami [Curbed Marketplace]