3773 Matheson Avenue | Former Owners Include Vizcaya Architect And Founder Of Joe’s Stone Crabs
One of the things that I love about my job, and particularly about working in Coconut Grove, is that I never know what type of home I will be listing or selling next. It could be a Key West style cottage, a spectacular modern new construction or a historic De Garmo estate. Today I would like to introduce you to one of the most unique and eclectic homes that you will ever find on the market in Coconut Grove. As you step onto the grounds of my listing at 3773 Matheson Avenue you are immediately surrounded by lush tropical landscaping with waterfalls, koi ponds and winding pathways. This home gives you the best of both worlds because it has the character and charm of an older home, but has been meticulously restored and renovated with impact glass, generator and new electrical. There are two master suites (1 upstairs and 1 downstairs) as well as separate guest quarters. There is a surprise at every turn including an underground wine cave with a window into the pool, and Tuscan inspired kitchen. In addition to the many special features, 3773 Matheson Avenue has historical significance as well, it was the original home of the architect of Vizcaya and was later owned by the founder of Joe’s Stone Crabs.
This home is perfect for a buyer who wants to live a Grove inspired lifestyle and truly take advantage of the tropical paradise that we live in.
Details of 3773 Matheson Avenue, Coconut Grove:
- 4 Bedrooms, 4 Full Baths
- 3,630 Square Feet Of Living Space
- 10,500 Square Foot Lot
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- List Price: $2,300,000