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Pinecrest Category

Former Heat Player Alonzo Mourning Buys Pinecrest Home

October 24th, 2012 Written By Carol Pawley

Former Miami Heat center Alonzo Mourning and his wife Tracey just closed on a house in central Pinecrest. For privacy reasons I will not disclose the address. Built by Portoundo Perroti the home has 6 bedrooms 8.5 baths with 11,533 sq.ft. Some of the exquisite features include chef’s kitchen, wood paneled library, wine cellar, full bar, elevator, onyx & jade baths, covered porches and stunning pool. The home was listed for $5,300,000 and Alonzo paid $4,500,000. The listing and selling agent was Engel & Voelkers Miami/Brickell. Here are some pictures of the home.

Throughout the years I have helped many friends and clients purchase or sell property in Pinecrest.  If you are interested in purchasing or selling a home, please contact me as I can give some first-hand sound advice with no pressure.  Please send me an email at carolapawley@gmail.com or call me at 305-992-6188.
 
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Miami home prices up 18.2%

October 15th, 2012 Written By Carol Pawley

According to a report by Douglas Elliman Florida in conjunction with appraisal firm Miller Samuel, Miami condominium and single-family home prices are up 18.2% for the year to date. Inventory has fallen 24.7 percent to 11,468 from 15,239 in the third quarter compared to the same period in 2011 and sales have rose 1.4%,  Miami activity contiues to climb. The residential price increase was largely driven by condos, with the median condo sales price rising 28.6% year-over-year in the third quarter to $180,000, while the median single-family home price rose 7.5% to $215,000. The report examined  Miami’s coastal communities, from Pinecrest to Surfside.

I keep up to date on the market.  I make sure my clients are well informed so they make the best decisions when buying or selling their home. Please send me an email at carolapawley@gmail.com or call me at 305-992-6188 if you are interested in buying or selling a home in Miami.

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Halloween 2012

October 3rd, 2012 Written By Carol Pawley

Miami offers plenty of frightening Halloween fun during the whole month of October. Find out what events are happening on and around Halloween in Miami, for both kids and adults.

Visit the event web sites for the latest info on dates, times, and pricing.

 

HALLOWEEN FUN FOR KIDS

 

House of Horror Amusement Park
The largest haunted house in South Florida also features carnival rides, kiddie rides, carnival acts, and musical performances.

Little Farm Pumpkin Patch
Visit Little Farm in Homestead for a gorgeous pumpkin patch, pony rides, a petting farm, scarecrow kits and harvest decorations. Runs from early October through Halloween night.

Spooky Event at Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Trick-or-treating, train rides, and more on these special evenings at the train museum.

Not So Scary Halloween
Come to Miami Children’s Museum for some family fun. This event will feature a haunted house, trick or treating, crazed crafts and food.

Monster Splash Nighttime Bash at Miami Seaquarium
Several nights of Halloween themed animal shows, haunted houses, roaming skeletons, fireworks and more. Candy stations and other cool surprises will be set up around the park for trick-or-treaters in costume. Runs during the last days of October.

Howl-o-Ween at Pinecrest Gardens
A special Halloween for pets and their families, at Pinecrest Gardens. Includes a pet fair, flashlight tour, and family movie.

Halloween Spooktacular at Jungle Island
From trick-or-treating through the Jungle to themed animal shows, kids of all ages will enjoy a family friendly, fun-filled time. Everyone can enter the annual costume contest.

Howl-o-Ween at Fairchild
A special Halloween outing just for dogs (and their fans), at Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

Family Halloween Party at Cocowalk
Trick-or-treating, costume contests, live entertainment and more at the CocoWalk Family Halloween Party.

Halloween on the Mile
Downtown Coral Gables invites kids of all ages to enjoy safe Halloween festivities. There will be scary story telling, safe trick-or-treating along Miracle Mile and adjacent streets, live entertainment, Halloween-themed photo booth and kiddie and doggie costume contests.

 

FUN FOR ADULTS

Not all of these events take place on Halloween night. Visit the event web site for details.

House of Horror Amusement Park
The largest haunted house in South Florida also features carnival rides, carnival acts, and musical performances. Runs from late September through Halloween night.

Monster Masquarade at Zoo Miami
Costumed adult monsters ages 21 and over are invited to go where the wild things are – at Zoo Miami. Party in the dark while enjoying premium cocktails at the open bars, savory treats, music, dancing, and entry into Dr. Wilde’s Creepy House.

Halloween Spookover
Stay overnight at Deering Estate for a spooky Nite Hike of the Tropical Hammock, ghost stories and performances, and join the League of Paranormal Investigators on a paranormal investigation of the houses and grounds.

Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya
Celebrate this annual Halloween Sundowner at Vizcaya, a fundraiser to benefit Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Buy tickets early, as they may sell out.

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The Pinecrest People Mover

September 28th, 2012 Written By Carol Pawley

The Village of Pinecrest is proud to announce the newest community resource – the Pinecrest People Mover.  The Pinecrest People Mover is a free transit bus service connecting our neighborhoods and schools.  It is perfect for middle and high school students who do not qualify for bus service from the school district, as well as anyone who wants to get around the Village.

  • Free for everyone
  • Northern and Southern routes
  • Separate schedules for middle and high schools
  • Multiple afternoon routes to accomodate after-school schedules

Use the Pinecrest People Mover for convenient connections to Metrobus. Simply transfer from select stops to travel beyond the Pinecrest People Mover’s route.

The Pinecrest People Mover is operated by the Village of Pinecrest and is funded from proceeds of the Miami-Dade County People’s Transportation Plan.

2012 Fall Information & Route Map

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