Homes for Sale in Hammock Oaks

Search all Hammock Oaks homes for sale below. Hammock Oaks Miami is a sub-neighborhood of the affluent and exclusive neighborhood of Coral Gables. Its central location makes Hammock Oaks is one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Miami. The neighborhood has also has a wealth of lush greenery nearby including Fairchild Botanical Garden, Matheson Hammock Park, Pinecrest Gardens, Coral Reef Park and Kennedy Park.

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Hammock Oaks Information

Hammock Oaks is bounded by Campana Avenue to the North, Destacada Avenue to the South, and Old Cutler Road to the West. It is to the East of Snapper, to the south of Old Cutler and to the north of Gables by the Sea.

Going around town is easy because Coral Gables has a free trolley service that runs along Ponce de Leon Boulevard. Metro Bus, which has routes throughout the neighborhood, also served Hammock Oaks residents. To reach Downtown Miami, locals commute via the Miami Metrorail at Douglas Road and University stations. Residents of Hammock Oaks also benefit from the full service police and fire departments of Coral Gables.

Hammock Oaks Miami is 25 minutes away from American Airlines Arena and Miami International Airport, while the many commercial hubs of Downtown Miami are only about 16 minutes away from the neighborhood. South Beach and its many activities are about 30 minutes from Hammock Oaks Miami via the South Dixie Highway.

The nearby Coral Reef Park features green spaces various sports fields and courts, a playground and a café.

While Hammock Oaks is zoned as a strictly residential neighborhood, residents enjoy many offerings nearby like restaurants, bars, and parks. 

Hammock Oaks Real Estate

Homes for sale in Hammock Oaks are mostly large estates that have waterfront views of the nearby Biscayne Bay.

Nearly 100% of the residents in the neighborhoods are permanent residents with a median household income of $250,000. Many of the homeowners are also highly educated, with 79% having college degrees.