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115 Miami Homes built in the 1930s
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Coral Gables

1809 Granada Blvd
Offered At:$1,099,000
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3 full, 1 half
Living Area:2,455 ft2
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Located on granada blvd, this enchanting 1936 coral gables home offers elegant living w/amazing architectural details. the oversized lot off ...
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Miami

1750 SW 4th Ave
Offered At:$1,085,000
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3 full
Living Area:1,900 ft2
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Beautifully completely renovated home on an 8000+ sf lot in the roads neighborhood offers a 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom + detached 1 bd/ 1ba cotta ...
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Surfside

8834 Abbott Ave
Offered At:$999,990
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:2 full, 1 half
Living Area:1,743 ft2
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Fully renovated & easy to show! don't lose the opportunity on making this beautiful and unique home your own. featuring 4 beds, 2.5 baths, ...
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Coral Gables

837 Navarre Ave
Offered At:$999,000
Bedrooms:4
Bathrooms:4 full
Living Area:2,376 ft2
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1938 built elegant spanish-deco 4/4 loaded with charm and character from the pre-war golden age of architectural homage to the classical ide ...
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Miami

3845 La Playa Blvd
Offered At:$998,000
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:3 full, 1 half
Living Area:2,344 ft2
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Welcome home to your 3 bed/ 3.5 bath coconut grove oasis with a pool in the heart of the very sought after utopia neighborhood. over 2,300 s ...
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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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