6 summery homes in Miami-Dade County

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A beautiful home for sale in Miami-Dade County.

Coconut Grove. This three-bedroom, Balinese-inspired home was built in 2004. Designed to blend indoors and outdoors, the house has expansive glass walls and a second-floor pavilion with an outside kitchen.

The lush property boasts a one-bedroom guesthouse, mature oak trees, and a swimming pool with a spa. $4,000,000.

Miami. Skyline views set apart this four-bedroom condominium in the Arts & Entertainment District. The interior features 15-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and oversize windows. Building amenities include a pool, a fitness center, a hot tub, and a barbecue area. $1,200,000.

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Coral Gables. Built in 1926, this five-bedroom house overlooks the Granada Golf Course. On the market for the first time in 25 years, the Spanish-style home features a tile roof, arched doorways, original Cuban tiles, a stained-glass window, and a sunroom.

The 15,000-square-foot lot has a pool and a terrace for outdoor entertaining. $2,495,000.

Key Biscayne. This four-bedroom home on the barrier island offers direct waterfront views of Biscayne Bay. Details include wood and tile floors, a second-floor balcony, high ceilings, and an open floor plan.

The property has a river-stone pool, a spa, and multitiered terraces, and beach club membership is an option. $4,975,000.

Miami Beach. Renovated in 2015, this four-bedroom, Mediterranean-​style house lies across from a municipal golf course that is being converted into a park. Features include marble and bamboo floors, two hookah lounges, and a master suite with 15-foot ceilings.

The property holds a two-bedroom guesthouse, a pool, a spa, and a patio with a fire pit surrounded by palm and mango trees. $3,199,000.

Miami. Set in the Buena Vista neighborhood, this three-bedroom home was built in 1922. The bungalow-style house includes new wood floors and central air-conditioning, a renovated kitchen, and unique built-ins and architectural features in the living room and dining room. Five blocks from the Design District, the property has two large mango trees and is close to area stores and restaurants. $299,000.

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