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Welcome to Coconut Grove! Miami’s most Established Neighborhood.
Coconut Grove provides an ideal environment for families to put down lasting roots and take their place in the area’s evolving story. It’s the little luxuries, the moment-to-moment magic, that makes modern Coconut Grove such a magnetic place to live. Today, residents of Park Grove are the inheritors of a timeless elegance and culturally rich legacy. A healthy, happy lifestyle is the hallmark of life at Park Grove. When Miami’s first settlers set foot on the pristine shores of Coconut Grove, they discovered a landscape that was abundant in natural resources and astounding in its lush tropical beauty. The profound beauty of the Grove is revealed through the immaculate details of its natural surroundings. Built in the 1910s, the villa at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historic Landmark—and a relic of Coconut Grove’s illustrious past. The Grove is truly a study in creativity and comfort, sophistication and simplicity. The Grove provides a private world where residents can work and live at their own pace. Freshwater springs convinced early settlers to stay, and nature’s beauty with its calm has inspired residents to make the Grove home.
Among the 16 parks Coconut Grove boasts is the Kampong, an 11-acre tropical garden that was originally the home of famed horticulturalist Dr. David Fairchild in the early Twentieth Century.
The Grove is known for its world-class schools: there are seven private schools in the neighborhood, the oldest of which dates back to 1903.
Coconut Grove is home to some of the world’s finest private schools including Ransom Everglades School, Carrollton School of The Sacred Heart, and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Day School.
Park Grove represents the absolute pinnacle of luxury living.
Fashionable Restaurants, Curated Boutiques.
Within the village of Coconut Grove, outdoor cafés and restaurants line the streets, and residents have access to some of Miami’s best shopping. In addition to numerous local boutiques, the neighborhood is home to two open-air malls, CocoWalk and Streets of Mayfair.
In the Grove, a relaxed fine dining experience is always just a short walk away.
It was the leafy forests and palm-shaded shores that first lured mariners from the sea to the Grove.
Life on the bay.
The Grove is a center of recreational yachting and a known epicenter of the nautical life.
Coconut Grove’s rich maritime history still informs modern-day life at Park Grove, where the sea is a natural extension of your home.
Given Park Grove’s dynamic and discerning community, it follows that it’s a cultural haven of sorts.
The Grove is a place of rare balance, where the highest of luxury living commingles with a relaxed, bohemian attitude.
Those who live here engage with their natural surrounding constantly—whether they’re picnicking in local parks, strolling along shaded sidewalks, sitting on docks that jut into the bay, or setting sail for a day at sea.
The ability to set sail and immerse yourself with nature and family is what makes the Grove a special place to call home.
Evenings with friends, weekends with the family—there is always a reason to head out to sea.
For many living by the sea is a dream—for residents of Coconut Grove, it’s an essential part of daily life.
Leave your shoes at home, an evening on the bay is always at your doorstep.
For those in the know, Coconut Grove feels like a well-guarded secret—a place where you can completely escape, while still keeping an eye on the Miami skyline.
Park Grove is the perfect articulation of modern life in the Grove: a haven, a home, and a serene seaside escape.
Serene seaside escape. A Brief History of Coconut Grove
A place of soul and community, Coconut Grove has long been the spiritual center of Miami.
In 1917, one of the United States’ first naval air stations was constructed on Dinner Key, an island just off Coconut Grove. Over 1,000 young aviators received training here.
In years following World War I, the station at Dinner Key became a seaplane hub for Pan American Airways, the world’s most important airline at the time.
Today, nearly 200 years since it was first settled, Coconut Grove remains an idyllic homestead, a place where diverse residents have found their paradise amidst leafy palms and turquoise waters.
Given this intimitable legacy and the area’s unrivaled beauty, the Grove is undeniably the soul of Miami.
Miami’s First Neighborhood
When Miami’s first settlers set foot on the pristine shores of Coconut Grove, they knew they’d found the ultimate homestead. Here, they’d discovered a landscape that was abundant in natural resources and astounding in its lush tropical beauty.
Coconut Grove offered an unrivaled trifecta: a wild and verdant landscape, the clear-blue waters of Biscayne Bay, and year-round sunlight and warmth. In 1825, Coconut Grove became Florida’s first official settlement, and the area has been considered the soul of Miami ever since.
The Grove remains an idyllic homestead, a place where diverse residents have found their paradise.
Park Grove is very much a cutting-edge, forward-thinking paradise, it is also inextricably linked to Coconut Grove’s lively, artistic past.
During the nineteenth century, the population of Coconut Grove slowly grew. In 1882, English immigrants Isabella and Charles Peacock opened the area’s first hotel, the Bay View Inn (later renamed the Peacock Inn). With this institution firmly established, Coconut Grove became a destination for visitors, and it soon gained a reputation as an idyllic haven where life was both dynamic and relaxed, prosperous and simple.
In 1887, yacht designer Ralph Middleton Munroe founded the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, naming himself Commodore. Though it had long been a hub for mariners, Coconut Grove was now a center of recreational yachting and a known epicenter of the nautical life.
Since the arrival of the area’s first settlers, boating and yachting have defined life in the Grove.
Residents of Coconut Grove are surrounded by stunning natural beauty, in addition to having access to elite education.
Coconut Grove, Miami’s first neighborhood, is rich with historical landmarks and legends.
Marina / Sailing
- Carrolton School Of The Sacred Heart
- La Salle High School
- Plymouth Preschool
- Ransom Everglades Middle School
- Ransom Everglades Upper Campus
- St.Stephen’s Episcopal Day School