Morningside

Morningside

Miami's Morningside is a community found within an enclave often referred to as the Upper Eastside. Its history dates all the way back to the 1920s and was at one point called by a name that should be familiar to those who have spent some time in Miami Beach: “Bay Shore”. Morningside was the first to be designated as a historic district within the city of Miami. None other than the late Pope John Paul II enjoyed a stay in Morningside at one point.

Morningside real estate is comprised of waterfront residences of varying size and square footage but it's the architecture that harkens to the neighborhood's early days in the 1920s that sets the inviting Morningside homes for sale apart from the rest. Besides the park that shares the community name, the Downtown Miami area is nearby and the barrier island of Miami Beach is accessible by heading east across Biscayne Bay. It's here where you'll find that aforementioned Bayshore area as well as notable places like Lincoln Road and trendy Ocean Drive.

Morningside Miami Homes Offers an Example of Revitalization

Morningside is a neighborhood in Miami's Upper Eastside. The story of this neighborhood and how the properties for sale have transformed from being decidedly out-of-fashion to being among the most sought-after is an interesting history in how a neighborhood's lifecycle unfolds and how much lifestyles have changed over the last century.

In the mid-1900's, the Morningside neighborhood was known as Bay Shore and its location near the heart of Miami made it among the most desirable places to be. It's eclectic homes and vibrant neighborhood made it attractive to people from all walks of life. Of course, the 20th Century saw a trend where homeowners decided to buy property far away from town which led to a decline in the quality and value of in-town homes. Morningside fell victim to that but this neighborhood was not ready to be done with yet.

Gradually, sensibilities changed and homeowners began to redevelop an interest in living close to town. The lack of a commute and the unfortunately sterile nature of many suburban environments raised in them a desire to live somewhere with a real neighborhood, with neighbors who represented a diverse cross-section of people and to actually be in a city rather than on its edge. Morningside started to be reborn as a result of this and, today, it's one of the most desirable and fashionable places to live.

Houses for sale in Morningside Miami

have drawn a great many people from the arts community, wealthy individuals and individuals looking for a property in which to invest. The popularity of this community represents what seems to be the emergent trend of people wanting to be close to the city and to live somewhere were life is delightfully full of variety. Currently, this area is commanding good prices for property.

4 Bedroom Homes for sale

Address
Bed/Baths
Interior Space
$sf/$m²
MLS Number
Price
Listed
520 NE 55th Ter
4 / 3 / 0
2,733sf / 254m²
$475 / $5,116m²
$1,299,000
9/10/2018

3 Bedroom Homes for sale

Address
Bed/Baths
Interior Space
$sf/$m²
MLS Number
Price
Listed
620 NE 52nd St
3 / 2 / 1
2,760sf / 256m²
$499 / $5,370m²
$1,377,000
4/13/2018
670 NE 50th Ter
3 / 2 / 0
1,717sf / 160m²
$670 / $7,210m²
$1,150,000
11/3/2017

About the Area


Morningside Info

  • Area:
    Miami Homes
  • Price Range:
    $1,150,000-$1,377,000
  • Rental Price Range:
    N/A
  • Status:
    Re-Sales

Morningside Stats
Morningside Stats

Sale
3
Rental
0
Sold
4

Morningside Price Averages

  • Average Sold Price
    $656,250
  • Average Listing Price
    $1,275,333
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