Located on Miami Shores’ iconic Grand Concourse, this 3,460 square foot ranch-style house was built in 1964 and has since been well-restored to preserve its swinging ’60s Palm Springs-meets-Miami Beach aesthetic.
A bright, tomato red double door which is something of a local landmark leads to a huge living room with recessed lighting and sliding glass doors that themselves open out to a courtyard with a kidney-shaped pool. Above some fabulous wooden floors (rosewood with ebony boarders) is a broad tray ceiling. A sputnik lamp swings in the dining room, and although the original kitchen no longer exists, the house’s 1960s-era stove has been incorporated into the new cabinetry. The four bedroom, five bath house was listed on December 1st for $1.85 million.