Vacancies can be hard to come by here, so allow yourself plenty of time to explore the community as well as relying on online resources to find your new home. It's always good to walk or drive the streets to familiarize yourself with the community -- as well as helping you to get a feel for the place, a personal visit could also help you to find properties that may not be listed in publications of any type. Looking for rental property in Coral Terrace? You'll find apartment homes of all types, even the occasional condo for rent. Many detached, single-unit homes fill this neighborhood, so bear that in mind when you're looking for a rental apt.
Central Coral Terrace: In the heart of the community, you'll find the renowned Miami Children's Hospital. You will also find palm-lined streets, and adjacent waterways with walking trails. Enjoy bird watching? The waterway is an excellent spot. Make sure you stay quiet to tempt the feathery friends out into the open!
Northern Coral Terrace: The northern part of this tiny town is a residential area, but its best perk is that it has some great shopping options. The area is home to Trail Plaza -- a retail facility with tons of eating, entertainment and shopping options.
Southern Coral Terrace: Southern Coral Terrace is the neighborhood to end up in if you are into sports or the outdoors. The southern part of town is home to some of the best outdoor spots in Miami. A.D. Doug Barnes Park is a large, green area with hiking and biking paths. Brothers to the Rescue Park is also a small, lovely park where community members gather. The southern part of town also puts you near the Biltmore Golf Course, a world-class course that draws some of the best golfers in the area.
Part of Miami-Dade County, the unincorporated Coral Terrace community, is a great place to experience the warm weather of sunny Florida, close to beaches, shopping, dining and more. Delicious Cuban restaurants pepper the community, so you'd better enjoy some of the area's jogging trails so you can still enjoy the stellar spicy cuisine and cafe con leche. The area around this community includes the lovely Coral Lake and Lake Osceola. These recreational delights are just a few minutes from Coral Terrace. For floral delights, check out the Gifford Arboretum, and if a stroll through fragrant tropical blossoms isn't your thing, then perhaps the fine collection of art at the Lowe Art Museum will delight you. No? Then how about community sports teams, or simply soaking up the sunshine at Miami Beach, just a short drive away. For easy commuting to work or play spots, the Palmetto Expressway is nearby.