Palmetto Bay Real Estate

The Village of Parks is more commonly referred to as Palmetto Bay.  It is just shy of 9 square miles of tree-lined streets and places to work, play, and live.  Palmetto Bay was incorporated in 2002 and has been attracting young families in droves ever since.  You can find this community running between 136th street through 184th street and US-1 east to stunning Biscayne Bay.  This oceanfront community is just south of Coral Gables, Pinecrest, and South Miami which means there is never a shortage of family fun. Unique details such as the nautical themed traffic circles and blue street signs work to set apart this beautiful neighborhood apart from others.

Buying a home in Palmetto Bay, FL? It is a great time to buy real estate in Palmetto Bay 33157, as one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Miami, working with an experienced Palmetto Bay Realtor® will help you find the perfect home for your specific needs and help you avoid common issues buyers face like deteriorated cast iron plumbing, unpermitted work, roof inspections when buying a home in Palmetto Bay. Whether you are a first-time home buyer, relocating to Palmetto Bay, FL or you are already familiar with the home buying process.  You can rest assured that as an experienced resident-specialist, Realtor® Amy Osorno, is committed in providing you the best experience in buying Palmetto Bay real estate.

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Palmetto Bay Market Overview as of 12-06-2019

Type For Sale Avg Price Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
Single Family Residence 177 $722,437 257

Palmetto Bay Market Overview
Single Family Homes by # of Bedrooms

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
3 35 $550,928 $345,000 $998,000 1,872 294
4 93 $667,076 $362,000 $2,350,000 2,666 250
5 40 $859,997 $399,000 $3,995,000 3,496 246
6 6 $892,983 $549,000 $1,299,000 4,230 211
7 2 $2,247,000 $995,000 $3,499,000 6,420 350
8 1 $2,299,000 $2,299,000 $2,299,000 6,825 337

Palmetto Bay Single Family Homes Sold in the Past 6 Months

Bedrooms For Sale Avg Price Min Price Max Price Avg Sq. Ft. Avg $/ Sq.Ft.
3 38 $459,163 $279,000 $789,000 1,791 256
4 100 $627,893 $399,000 $980,000 2,669 235
5 26 $813,264 $495,000 $1,595,900 3,449 236
6 4 $1,359,475 $949,000 $1,999,000 5,090 267

About The Village of Palmetto Bay

Parks, parks, and more parks.  Palmetto Bay is home to some of the most full service public spaces in the state. There are seven spaces dedicated to recreational activities.  $18 million dollars has been spent in the recent years to make these parks the best around.  Palmetto Bay Park is the largest boundless playground in the state.  This means that adults and kids with and without disabilities are encouraged to play together, limited by nothing other than one's own imagination. If that wasn't enough this park is home to a state of the art Softball facility which hosts national tournaments annually.  

Coral Reef Park is more than 50 acres of pure bliss.  This space is host to a nature preserve, a gorgeous trail used for biking, running, and walking, and a tranquil canal flowing through it.  The trail features exercise equipment and access to a covered playground, tennis and racquetball courts all along with beach volleyball courts, baseball, and football fields. Aside from its many active attractions, relaxation is also accommodated here with the many open spaces suitable for picnics, parties, and yoga.  This spot is famous for its many family fun events like movie night sponsored by the Village at various times throughout the year.

Ludovici Park is a nothing short of a dream space.  You can catch a concert and enjoy a book all at the same time, thanks to this park’s amphitheater and 5,000 square foot public library.  The walkways, gazebos, and green spaces make this an awesome place to relax. The Baystock Music Festival is held here annually and always draws a great crowd.  This all happens right down the path from Palmetto Bay Village center.  This commercial building oasis is gated, private, and provides stunning views of the bay.  300 thousand square feet of office space is available for lease providing for an easy commute between work and home.  On the first Friday of every month, this space hosts Food Truck Fridays where there is something to see, do, and eat for every member of the family.

Deering Estate is 444 acres of preservation at its finest. Home to numerous events for families and adults alike, the most famed of them being the Deering Seafood Festival.  This annual event is looked forward to year round and is not to be missed.  Additionally, the facility hosts various events on numerous holidays and they have enjoyed 30 years of recognition on the National Register of Historic Places. This is the place to enjoy guided bird watches, kayak tours, and yoga on the great lawn as well as educational events used by many to supplement a thriving homeschooling community.

Just down the street from Deering is another landmark not to be missed.  Thalatta Estate is an architectural landmark and one of the first ocean front dwellings in the area, dating back to the early 19th century.  This park is free and open to the public seven days a week.

A family community would not be complete if we left out our furry friends.  Perrine Wayside Park welcomes both small and large pooches.  They are free to run and play as well as take a dip in the lake with their friends, old and new.  With 3 acres of doggy friendly fun, your pup will definitely be pleased.

And if all these public spaces were not enough, Palmetto Bay borders beautiful Old Cutler Road and offers miles of dedicated shaded paths for running, walking, biking, and enjoying the great outdoors.  The growing popularity of triathlon training has found its home here. Running and cycling clubs abound, Palmetto Bay is one of only a handful of communities in South Florida that caters to the sport.

Enough about the land, what about the sea? So many homes in this area boast a yard or driveway large enough to hold your boat however there are numerous marinas nearby to fulfill that need as well. Black Point Marina is the largest public marina in the city.  In addition, it host an awesome restaurant with great food and live entertainment.  A bit further north, you and your boat can enjoy the likes of Deering Bay Marina as well Matheson Hammock.

The growing popularity of this all inclusive enclave is due in large part to its family centered infrastructure.  The village is home to it’s own police and fire houses which aim to make it one of the safest communities around.  In addition, the Public works department is actively maintaining roadways, sidewalks, and drainage systems to further beautify this gorgeous village.  Education is in a class of its own in The City of Parks.  Palmetto Bay has amazing public and private schools in addition to a strong homeschooling community. Sprawling parks, and its proximity to the ocean leave little to be desired, it is a true gem for families.  

Get in Touch
  • Amy Osorno, M.S. , RealtorĀ®
  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices EWM Realty
  • (305) 282-1098 Direct
  • 12751 South Dixie Highway Pinecrest, FL 33156

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