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98 Miami Homes built in the 1930s
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Miami

4255 Lennox Dr
Offered At:$1,490,000
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:3 full
Living Area:2,382 ft2
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Step through the gates to this gorgeous grove hideaway on a quiet peaceful street. charming vintage home with flexible floor plan. large l ...
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Coral Gables

5301 Maggiore St
Offered At:$1,440,000
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3 full
Living Area:1,957 ft2
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No expense was spared in this impeccably designed 3- bedroom, 3- bathroom home located on a quiet, tree-shaded street in the heart of coral ...
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Coral Gables

919 Venetia Ave
Offered At:$1,429,999
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:4 full
Living Area:3,542 ft2
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Coral gables home for sale. built in 2013, this beautiful 3600 sq. ft. interior space double lot 10,000 sqft old spanish style home is a mus ...
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Miami

1113 NE 89th St
Offered At:$1,425,000
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3 full
Living Area:2,740 ft2
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Recently renovated 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom waterfront home in davis harbor with pool and dock for up to a 50' boat. features include wolf ran ...
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Coral Gables

501 Alcazar Ave
Offered At:$1,399,000
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:4 full
Living Area:3,091 ft2
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La casa reposada ii was originally designed in the 1930s by architect e. dean parmalee. his style typically encompassed outdoor living areas ...
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Are you interested in a historic Miami home? Here is a list of current Miami homes for sale that were built in the 1930s. Here you will find Art Deco homes mixed in, as most of the Art Deco homes in Miami were built in the 1930s and 40s.

The original inspiration for Art Deco design can be traced back to artifacts discovered in the tomb of King Tut back in 1922. While it has its origins in ancient Egypt, it was considered ultra-modern during the 1930s. The design lost its appeal in the 1940s and didn't become popular again until its resurgence in Miami in the 1980s. Featured of Art Deco include: flat roofs, smooth walls, bold exterior decorations and unusual interior materials.

It is always good to have someone who has expertise when it comes to where to find the best of these historic Art Deco homes. Let our experience with historic homes in the Miami real estate market guide you.

For more historic Miami homes for sale: Miami homes built in the 1920s, Miami homes built before 1920.

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