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Restored Miami home with New York City subway sign asks $798K

Featured in Tropic Magazine and for sale by the owner

Inside a historic home in Miami with a NYC subway sign in the living room
658 Northeast 75th Street, Miami
via Zillow

Here’s a delightful gem in Miami’s Bell Meade neighborhood off 75th Street and Biscayne Boulevard asking $798,000, showcasing a New York City subway sign in the living room.

The 1,925-square-foot residence is for sale by the owner and was featured in Tropic Magazine, where we learn the 1936 home was restored, utilizing a blend of Art Deco and Mediterranean styles, while “the vibe of the interior was conceptualized to be an unfussy, beach-like backdrop for art and design spanning many centuries.”

It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and is highlighted by original white oak floors, vintage 1970s seating, an original wood-burning coral rock Art Deco fireplace, and an authentic butcher block from the 1930s derived from Publix’s earliest days.

Out back is an outdoor shower and a lap pool draped by coconut palms, sea grapes, and frangipani.