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Description for Pinetree Drive

Three mile long Pinetree Drive, named for its majestic Australian pines, originally planted by John Collins, provides the homeowner with an elegant and subconsciously tranquil feeling while cruising along this cultivated road that runs along the east side of the Intracoastal Waterway (23 St. to 63 St.) parallel to Alton Road and Collins Avenue and the silken, white sand beach. The area includes Lake Surprise and Flamingo Waterway. It stretches from the Bayshore area up to the La Gorce neighborhood. The area includes the Flamingo Waterway Historic District, an award which is only given to areas designated to be significant in the historical, architectural, cultural, aesthetic or archeological heritage of the city, with all 8 out of 8 specific criteria being met, unanimously, by the Historic Preservation Board! 
 
Homeowners in the area are very community involved, progressive and socially conscious with coordinated activities in; good neighbor relations, tree plantings, trimmings, and removals, additional police for enhanced security and crime prevention, close working relationship with City of Miami Beach Police Department, organized and sponsored safe and fun events for families and children, and consistent representation of the neighborhood at City Commission meetings to voice opinion/opposition to quality of life issues. Pinetree Drive’s residents are valued and the City knows it!
 
Pinetree Drive is a fine collection of historic architecture which spans the mid 1920s to the present. Some of these gorgeous estates date back to the original construction of the Miami Beach landscape. This history gives the homes some great values; lot sizes were much larger decades ago, the builders and architects imported only the best of materials from every continent, unique hand skilled labor was used to produce one of a kind home interiors and exteriors. Many wealthy industrialists built luxurious winter homes along Pinetree Drive in the 1920s and 1930s. Pinetree Drive homes, both new and old, attract the homeowner looking for the absolute best in Miami Beach in a chic, residential neighborhood with schools, churches, shopping, business district and synagogues close by. A couple of turns will put you on; South or Mid Beach, take you to the Port or either Causeway, heading to downtown Miami, I-95 or the Airport. Couldn’t be easier access!
 
The fact that nearly all of the Pinetree Drive homes overlook the waterfront is a dominant lifestyle advantage and selling point.  These homes are usually on large plots of land and have various amenities like tennis courts, pools, sundecks, boat docks, basketball courts and lush gardens. Pinetree Drive is also known for the unusually spacious lots which provide the desirable off road residence with peace and quiet. You have your choice of old world homes or stunning new construction.  A gorgeous new home with 9 bedrooms and 9 baths, ocean access and a pool is available now!   Home rentals are also available if that meets your needs.  
 
 

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