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Curbed Comparisons: What $6M buys in Miami right now

The fantasy edition of Curbed Comparison reviews three Miami-Dade County homes in Pinecrest and Coral Gables with plenty of curb appeal.

Property located at 730 Calatrava Avenue in Coral Gables.
Photo credit: Coldwell Banker

Welcome to Miami’s Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what one can rent or buy for a set dollar amount across various South Florida neighborhoods. Is one man’s studio another man’s townhouse? Let’s find out!

Today’s Curbed Comparisons is of the fantasy type, boasting fancy homes priced under $6 million. Which mansion is your favorite? Place your vote below.

The two-story, Tuscan-inspired estate located at 6600 Southwest 124 Street in the wealthy Pinecrest neighborhood offers charming design such as hand-growled soaring ceilings, Venetian walls, French doors, and mahogany and impact glass accents.

The six-bedroom, eight-bathroom mansion has a $3.25 million dollar sticker price that includes an attic, den, family room, guest quarters, storage room, and laundry room.

The 7,678-square foot-property, that sits on a 30,000-plus-square-foot lot, has a bunch of nifty amenities such as a Tesla charging station, a guest house, a vegetable garden, tropical backyard, pavilion with a marble stone water fountain, and pool.

The property listing is by JoAnn Roberts of Coldwell Banker Homes.

When it comes to this elegant, two-story, Bermuda-style home that asks $4.95 million, its difficult to decide which is more attractive—the home’s curb appeal or its location.

Built in 2007, the 8,418-square-foot abode is located at 730 Calatrava Avenue in Coral Gables near several schools, including a college.

The home has six bedrooms with walk-in closets and eight bathrooms, along with a living room, family room, kitchen, and laundry room. There’s also a pool, built in grill, hammock, and open porch in the backyard.

The estate merges Coral Gables’ natural, green landscape with the property’s sunlit vistas and expansive windows.

The property listing is by Michelle Cremata of Coldwell Banker Homes.

This massive 9,079-square-foot estate with an asking price of $4.8 million, boasts only one Cocoplum neighbor.

The single-family, remodeled custom design home with six bedrooms and six bathrooms has it all—smart home capability, wine cellar, a pool, a jacuzzi that includes a shower, and a lush garden.

Built in 1996, the estate sits on a 20,823-square-foot lot.

Located at 165 Paloma Drive in Coral Gables, the home’s interior decor will steal your gaze--whether you’re admiring the marble flooring, high impact windows, or curved roofing.

The property listing is by Serena De Marta of Coldwell Banker Homes.


Which property would you choose?

This poll is closed

  • 28%
    6600 Southwest 124 Street in Pinecrest
    (14 votes)
  • 26%
    730 Calatrava Avenue in Coral Gables
    (13 votes)
  • 46%
    165 Paloma Drive in Coral Gables
    (23 votes)
50 votes total Vote Now