The year is 1938 and so much has changed since this time. The average cost of a new home was $3,900; wages were $1,730 per year and a family car was $763. The gas to run the car was mere pennies.
In this year, Miami welcomed the first drive-in movie theater.The entrance charge was 35 Cents.The overseas highway to Key West was opened in this year.
Ah 1938, that was the year!
During this time of years gone by 1630 SW Terrace in Miami was originally built. Just imagine the history behind this humble dwelling. Envisage what she has seen (oh those hurricanes that come our way!) and the families that have called her home.
This home stood firm… Amazing!
We recently had the pleasure of listing this completely renovated home, located in the Shenandoah neighborhood, for sale. This property offers 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. Interior features of this historic abode include:
- 1,058 Square Feet
- Single attached garage
- Fully functioning fireplace
- Wood floors
Including in the “New” list are the following items:
- New bathroom
- New plumbing and electrical wiring
- New air conditioning
- New roof
- New Impact windows and doors. The kitchen includes porcelain floors, new wood cabinets, granite countertops and modern day stainless steel appliances.
This shingle roof, one story home offers one car garage. The exterior gardens include local tropical fruit trees.
Shenandoah is situated next to Coconut Grove and the City of Coral Gables. This home, located at 1630 SW 14 Terrace is an easy commute to downtown Miami.
Children receive their education at Coral Way Elementary School, Shenandoah Middle School, and Miami Senior High Schools.
So, dear reader, if residing in a home with such history is appealing kindly contact Daniel Gonzalez at 786.663.0906.