We have just listed a home in the sought-after gated community of De Garmo Estates in Coconut Grove. De Garmo Estates dates back to the early 1900’s when iconic architect Walter C. De Garmo built his own personal residence on the property. De Garmo was a Cornell graduate who moved to Coconut Grove in 1903. He was the first registered architect in Miami and a protege of John Russell Pope who built the National Gallery Of Art and the Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC. He is known in South Florida for his Mediterranean Revival style of architecture and his homes always boast open air loggias or courtyards.
In 1993, developers built 10 new construction homes within the walls of the DeGarmo estate. It has since become a very private and exclusive community. The new construction homes maintained the Mediterranean style that DeGarmo was famous for. The property that we have just listed in De Garmo Estates is located at 3730 De Garmo Lane. This magazine quality home has walls of windows which look out onto the lushly landscaped gardens. Special features of the home include vaulted ceilings, a high-end custom kitchen with island and carrara marble counter-tops, and a luxurious master suite with sitting area and private balcony. The french doors lead out to an expansive walled terrace and tranquil pool.
Details of 3730 De Garmo Lane, Coconut Grove:
- 5 Bedrooms, 5 Full Baths, 1 Half Bath
- 4,394 Square Feet Of Living Area
- 11,036 Square Foot Lot
- More Photos Here
- List Price: $2,500,000
If you would like to schedule a showing of this home in De Garmo Estates, please contact our office at 305-960-5318 or send us a message here.