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Historical Miami home in Redland lists for $1.5M

Built in 1906, it’s the first home to have running water in Dade-County

A home for sale at 15355 Southwest 232nd Street in Redland
Courtesy of Compass’ Liz Hogan/Photos by AlexTPhoto

A historical property in Redland that was the first home to have running water in Miami-Dade County, per listing agent Compass’ Liz Hogan, just hit the market asking $1.499 million.

Located at 15355 Southwest 232nd Street, the home was built in 1906 and was restored in 2008 utilizing original windows and doors. The kitchen features a coral rock backsplash, restored wood and marble countertops, and southern yellow pine floors.

Among its other distinguishing details is an antique chandelier in the library, in addition to limestone flooring in the master bathroom, vaulted Dade County pine ceilings, electric gates, and a greenhouse.

"It’s very rare to find properties with this level of luxury and craftsmanship in the Redlands," Hogan said.

The magical Miami property last sold in 2013 for $1.25 million.