A beautiful historic villa on Columbus Boulevard was commissioned by George Merrick in 1924 and designed by Bramme. An outdoor terrace with a sparkling pool completes the landscaped area, covering the corner area, surrounded by a wall and closed for maximum privacy.
The house has six bedrooms, six bathrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a terrace.
The house was renovated with love using shockproof windows and doors, a new roof with handmade tiles to reproduce the original roof, and waterproofing and painting the entire exterior were completed in 2017. There are beautifully restored hardwood floors, as well as a wood burning fireplace and original wrought-iron doors leading to the family room. Each room has large wardrobes and bathrooms.
Coral Gables is a 800-meter section of Coral Way Street, which is full of shops, restaurants, entertainment, business and cultural institutions.
Coral Gables, as a commercial district, was formed in 1997, and was initially limited to Douglas Road in the east, Andalusia Avenue in the south, Le Jeune Road in the west and Aragon Avenue in the north, however, in 2007, due to the huge popularity The district and, accordingly, great demand from the business, has been expanded by one quarter in the north, and now its northern border is Geralda Avenue.
Today, Coral Gables continues to be popular with residents and guests of Miami as a great place for shopping, food and entertainment.