Shenandoah Stands the Test of Time With Highly-Sought PropertiesNovember 7, 2022
Miami, United States – /RGL Real Estate, LLC/
If there is a community that could meld history, modernity, culture, and convenience into one place, it would be the community of Shenandoah. From its inception in 1919, the community of Shenandoah has been diverse and offers a wide array of housing options, from modest homes to luxury properties harmoniously arranged in stunning streetscapes, explains the founder of RGL Real Estate and luxury property expert Nick Robinson.
Nestled between The Roads, Silver Bluff, Coral Gate, and Little Havana, the community of Shenandoah extends from SW 12th Avenue to SW 27th Avenue and north-south from Calle Ocho to Coral Way. The community has a spectacular view of downtown, but on a breezy day can smell and feel the ocean mist in the air. Just minutes from Brickell, Coconut Grove, and Downtown Miami, Shenandoah is a community that leaves nothing to be desired.
Accessibility in Shenandoah
In addition to being ideally located to enjoy all of Miami’s attractions, restaurants, and nightlife, the community of Shenandoah also rates very highly in walkability and transit scores. As such, most errands could be accomplished on foot or by bus if that was a preference.
The community also boasts nine electric-vehicle charging stations and 24 level-2 charging points for those that have electric vehicles.
Properties in Shenandoah
Many homebuyers put Shenandoah properties on the top of the list, and for a good reason, according to realtors in Miami. Shenandoah has the highest concentration of beautiful homes in Miami from the 1930s and 1940s. Most of the homes in the community are more modestly sized 2-4 bedroom properties, with many that have been upgraded with upscale modern amenities. Lot sizes are comfortable and generously sized.
The Shenandoah neighborhood is also architecturally significant. It is home to one of the most extensive and complete collections of Vernacular and Revival-style architecture in the City of Miami. The neighborhood also boasts notable examples of nearly every other major architectural style from the 1910s to the 1960s. The architecture is also climate-adapted, with large porches and many windows to let in natural lighting and cross breezes. Many properties include local natural materials, including coral rock and clay tiles.
Shenandoah’s Community Life
Thanks to very active volunteers, Shenandoah enjoys a vibrant and connected community life. Civic organizations plan and organize regular community events and restoration projects and work closely with the community to achieve goals that benefit the community.
Choosing a Miami Real Estate Agent
For those looking to buy or sell a home in Shenandoah, choosing the right Miami real estate agent is important. Here is why that plays a role in both buying and selling a home.
- Not all agents have the same experience level, leading to mistakes and delays.
- Expert agents are highly skilled in negotiations, so clients get the best deal possible.
- Skilled and active agents have a long list of connections which is beneficial to finding the right home or highly-motivated and qualified buyers.
- The best realtor in Miami knows the community and its amenities, hidden gems, travel times, schools, and more.
About RGL Real Estate
Nick Robinson and RGL Real Estate specialize in local, domestic, and international clients buying and selling luxury homes from Miami to Fort Lauderdale. Nick also works with investors in acquiring and selling multi-family and other commercial property assets and with investors that flip distressed residential properties. With an obsessive focus on service, the innovative group has proven to be a premier luxury real estate brokerage.
For more information, visit the website at https://www.rglrealestate.com or reach the group by phone at (305) 504-4235
RGL Real Estate, LLC
1395 Brickell Ave., Ste 925
Miami, Florida, 33131