Life in South Miami and High Pines...
South Miami is known for more than its leafy residential neighborhoods; the city has numerous parks and a vibrant Downtown filled with historic buildings, restaurants and unique shops. Much of South Miami stretches down U.S. 1, adjacent to Coral Gables and North of Pinecrest, along which it features a wide variety of retail stores and restaurants on long-owned real estate or in newer shopping plazas.
South Miami has its own branch of the Miami-Dade Public Library System. And the City is home to South Miami Hospital, named #1 hospital in South Florida in 2012. The many parks include lit playing fields for Baseball, T-Ball, Softball, football, and soccer; playgrounds, natural areas with ponds where the ducks are friendly and pleased to be fed; tennis courts, picnic and gazebo areas for fun gatherings.
The houses in South Miami range from modest properties to mansions.
The High Pines neighborhood has not been incorporated but sits in a pocket of South Miami. This hidden gem is home to beautiful streets where old oak trees line the properties and lots sit on luscious vegetation. This highly sought after neighborhood offers luxurious housing on oversized lots.
The schools are highly regarder in the City of South Miami. The International community is drawn to highly regarded public magnet studies programs that offer a bilingual Spanish, French and German program - and very fine private schooling as well.
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