Shenandoah, Miami, FL
A quiet Miami neighborhood within close proximity to amenities everyone wants.
Shenandoah is a fantastic place to live because of it’s close proximity to the beaches of Miami and Key Biscayne along the Rickenbacker Causeway. Silver Bluff is a smaller neighborhood within the larger Coral Way community. It is also near some of Miami’s most wonderful areas with restaurants, retail shops and points of interest. Living in Shenandoah means you are just minutes from the Brickell Financial District, Mary Brickell Village, Brickell City Centre, Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne, Coral Gables and downtown Miami.
In general terms, homes in Shenandoah were built in the early to mid-20th century. Many have been fully renovated while others retain their original charm. There are also a few new construction properties. Most homes in Shenandoah are single family houses however, there are condominiums as well.
Plans are underway to build The Uline under 10 miles of the MetroRail tracks. The linear park will run from the Dadeland station to the Brickell station along US1. This family oriented neighborhood is within walking and biking distance of the proposed Uline.
The weather in Greater Miami is generally moderately warm to hot and humid. In simple terms, it is hot in Miami from April through October and very pleasant from November through March.
Things To Do In Greater Miami
Fitness, Dining, Golfing, Fishing and More
Greater Miami offers activities for everyone, from small community parks for young children to amazing fitness centers to sporting events in 70,000+ seat Hard Rock Stadium where the 2 time World Champion, Miami Dolphins play. South Florida also has other professional sports teams, the Miami Heat, Miami Marlins, Florida Panthers and Miami FC.
Greater Miami and The Beaches is the home of some of the best golf courses including The Biltmore Hotel Spa and Golf in Coral Gables. There are dozens of golf venues for every skill level.
Greater Miami also boasts world class fishing. There are several areas to fish: the Everglades and its backwaters (fresh water) and inshore in and around Biscayne Bay (saltwater) and deep sea fishing in the Atlantic Ocean.
Some of the finest dining is available in greater Miami as well and Shenandoah homeowners can easily get to these events on nearby roadways. Annual events that draw tens of thousands of participants are Miami Spice, South Beach Wine and Food Festival (SOBEWFF) and the Coconut Grove Seafood Festival.
Many Transportation Options
Shenandoah is served by the Miami-Dade County Metro Bus system and Miami Dade County’s MetroRail System. The closest MetroRail stations are the Coconut Grove station (US1 and SW 27 Ave) and Viscaya station at SW 32 Road and SW 1 Ave. The City of Miami trolley system also serves this community from Coral Way and goes east towards Brickell Avenue and Downtown Miami and west towards Coral Gables. Scooters are starting to make an appearance in urban areas of Miami as well.
Miami International Airport is about a 20-minute drive away and Fort Lauderdale International Airport is also available, in about 40 minutes. Driving times vary based on the time of the day travelling and weather conditions.
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