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Pinecrest is a historical, suburban neighborhood located near Coral Gables and South Miami. The Pinecrest community of beautiful landscapes, spacious lots, and stately mansions is among the most expensive neighborhoods in the United States.

The Neighborhood

The village extends from the Snapper Creek Canal to 136 Street on the Southern boundary and from US1 to Red Road.

Incorporated in 1996, the village of Pinecrest follows a council-manager government composed of a five-member Village Council.

It has a rich history dating back to the early 1900s. Railroad tycoon Henry Flagler used US1 and Southwest 102 Street as his staging area for the construction of the Overseas Railroad to the Florida Keys.

By 1930s, the surrounding areas of the community began to flourish. To attract more tourists, Parrot Jungle and Gardens was built in 1936.

Today, the site is home to the Pinecrest Gardens that serves as the community’s prime attraction. It is also known as South Florida’s Cultural Arts Park that features more than a thousand varieties of exotic tropical plants and trees.

The park also hosts a number of recreational and cultural activities like South Motor Jazz Series, Horticultural Series, Green Market, and Art in the Gardens.

The beautiful community boasts of several recognition including Community of Respect, Playful City USA, and recognized by South Florida Business Journal as among the best places in Florida for “quality of life.” For its steadfast commitment to community forestry, the village is also among the Tree City USA communities recognized by the Arbor Day Foundation.

The village has its own newspaper, The Pinecrest Tribune, which publishes news twice a week.

Residents benefit from the village’s People Mover, a free bus service that transports everyone around the neighborhood.

Things To Do

The village also has Pinecrest Community Center in 5855 Killian Drive. The center is an avenue for community meetups and other recreational activities for the whole family. Various programs for health and fitness, dance, arts, and music are available for both children and adults.

The neighborhood has five village parks maintained by the Parks and Recreation Department. Coral Pine Park has a recreation center, all-purpose field, and six lighted tennis courts.

Flagler Grove Park is a 3-acre dedicated park that offers a lighted youth soccer field and playground. Evelyn Greer and Suniland Park is both have batting cages, tot lot, multi-purpose field, and a recreation center. Veterans Wayside Park has a freshwater lake and open recreation areas.

The affluent neighborhood is also near The Falls, one of the biggest open air shopping centers in Florida located on US1 and southwest 136th Street.

Its proximity to Palmetto Bay gives residents proximity to a number of restaurants in the South Dixie Highway.

Top Restaurants In Pinecrest

1. Jimmy’s Kitchen Pinecrest
9050 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 670-1501

2. Zak the Baker
Wynwood 405 NW 26th Street,
Miami, FL 33127
(786) 347-7100

3. Shadoai Fine Lebanese Cuisine
9519 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(768) 401-7714

4. Wagon’s West Restaurant
11311 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 238-9942

5. Trattoria Luna
9477 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 669-9448

6. Flanigan’s Seafood Bar & Grill
1145 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 378-4000

7. Daily Bread Marketplace
Silver Bluff 2400 SW 27th Street,
Miami, FL 33133
(305) 856-0363

8. Pinecrest Bakery
12101 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(3786) 732-2269

9. Daily Bread
12131 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 253-6115

10. Malanga Café
12313 S Dixie Highway,
Miami, FL 33156
(305) 259-1550


Pinecrest boasts of stately waterfront mansions that give its residents stunning views of the ocean. This includes:


Students of Pinecrest attend the top-rated Palmetto Middle School at 7351 SW 128th Street, Pinecrest, FL 33156.

The full list of schools within Pinecrest includes:

Miami Palmetto Senior High School
7460 SW 118th Street, Pincrest, FL 33156

American Academy of Pinecrest
12651 S Dixie Highway, Pinecrest, FL 33156

Gulliver Academy-Montgometry Drive Campus
7500 SW 120th Street, Pinecrest, FL 33156

Gulliver Preparatory Academy
6575 N Kendall Drive, Pinecrest, FL 33156

Real Estate Trends

Homes for sale in the neighborhood are predominantly ranch style homes built on beautifully landscaped large lots that formed the foundation for the community’s lush character.

The village has one of the most expensive homes for sale in the area due to new constructions of modern, spacious homes. Homes for sale in Pinecrest have a median sales price of $867,500 and an average price per square foot of $272.

In the past year, single family homes for sale appreciated by 31.3%.

A newly constructed 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom single-family home with 2,700 square feet of living space has a market price of almost $1,000,000. A 1-bedroom, 1-bath condominium unit with 904 square feet of living space can sell for as much as $145,000.

The real reflection of the housing market of Pinecrest is evident in its median rent of $6,250, which has a monthly appreciation rate of 33%. The jump in the median rent is due to the influx of people who want to have a taste of the fine living in Pinecrest, which also has one of the lowest crime rates in the county.

92% of the residents are homeowners, with a median household income of $118,681.

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