Homes for Sale in Lummus Park

Search all Lummus Park homes for sale below. The historic district of Lummus Park is known for its well-maintained structures and embodies some of Miami's 20th-century architecture.

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Lummus Park Information

Lummus Park was one of Miami’s first open parks during its development in 1909. Its lands were previously under the name of Model Land Company, owned by Henry Flagler before it underwent developments.

Since its creation, the area had many improvements including several buildings from the 1920s that are still standing today such as Miami’s old Scottish Rite Temple, Trinity CME Church, Fort Dallas and William Wagner House. In 2006, the historic enclave became part of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Lummus Park belongs to some of the last remaining residential neighborhoods that are near Downtown Miami, as some of the surrounding neighborhoods of the financial district were consumed by commerce.

Miami International Airport is only 17 minutes away from the neighborhood by car, while American Airlines Arena is only 12 minutes away.

Lummus Park residents enjoy the fact that the neighborhood has maintained its tranquility and sense of community while being close to their place of work in downtown and other establishments in the commercialized neighborhoods.

Despite its separation from majority of other neighborhoods by the I-95, getting around town is never a problem for its residents as the Metrobus and Miami Metrorail at Government Center NW 1st Street and NW 1st Avenue are easily accessible.

The grassy area of Lummus park, located at the east of Miami River, has basketball and volleyball courts, garden seats and playgrounds that the family can enjoy. Some residents also visit Reeves Park, Henderson Park and Riverside Park.

Weekends in Lummus means heading out to the heart of Miami where shops, bars, cinemas and other entertainment centers are. Many of the residents shop at Bayside Marketplace and Mary Brickell Village. For residents into the performing arts, Olympia Theater in Downtown Miami and Adrienne Arsht Center at Omni is a must visit.

Even though Lummus Park does not have bars within its neighborhood, residents simply head out to Downtown Miami where they can visit Sidebar, Blue Martini, Blackbird Ordinary, American Social and Heart Nightclub.

Locals enjoy the variety of seafood served at Seaspice, Casablanca Fish Market/Seafood Bar & Grill and Garcia’s Seafood Grille & Fish Market while gazing at the beautiful Miami River view.

Lummus Park Real Estate

Homes for sale in Lummus Park vary widely but most of them follow early 20th century architecture including Frame, Mediterranean Revival and Masonry Vernacular.