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Condo Name: Deering Bay
Address: 13641 Deering Bay Drive
Coral Gables Florida, 33157
Community: Coral Gables

Views: Bayfront

Year Built: 1993 to 2003

Status: Immediate Occupancy

Bedrooms: 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7

Residence Size: 2280 - 6576 sq. ft.

Pet Friendly: Yes

Up to 35 lbs

Walk Score: 11 (Car Dependent)

Total Residences: 300

Number of Stories: 14

Price Range: $1,265,000 - $6,500,000

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Deering Bay Golf Course

Golf Course

Deering Bay Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Deering Bay Swimming Pool

Swimming Pool

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East View

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Deering Bay Condos

Deering Bay is a luxury enclave developed by WCI Communities in their heyday and includes five condominium towers, many single family waterfront homes, townhome villas, the Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club and an Arnold Plamer designed 18 hole golf course that is tight, windy and surrounded with water. Deering Bay also offers a full driving range and putting green with a wonderful 30,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style clubhouse with three dining rooms.

In addition, Deering Bay features seven Har-Tru tennis courts available night and day, an Olympic-sized pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center with personal trainers. Membership in the Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club entitles participants to all the luxurious amenities that make Deering Bay one of the most exceptional communities in South Florida.

Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club's three newest additions are the Milano built in 2003, Siena built in 2001 and the Verona built in 2000.

Milano at Deering Bay

Milano - Building Summary
  • Views: Bayfront
  • Year Built: 2003
  • Bedrooms: 3 & 4
  • Residence Size: 2814 - 4100
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Total Residences: 45
  • Price Range: $1,495,000 - $4,250,000

The Milano at Deering Bay condominium is located at 13621 Deering Bay Drive. Built in 2003, the Milano at Deering Bay condominium is available for immediate occupancy. To check which residences are currently available, just click the Milano at Deering Bay Condos for Sale.

Siena at Deering Bay - Lifestyle Photos

Siena at Deering Bay - Building Summary
  • Views: Bayfront
  • Year Built: 2001
  • Bedrooms: 2 & 3
  • Residence Size: 2282 - 2917
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Total Residences: 45
  • Price Range: $1,099,000 - $1,250,000

The Siena at Deering Bay condominium is located at 13121 Deering Bay Drive. Built in 2001, the Siena at Deering Bay condominium is available for immediate occupancy. To check which residences are currently available, just click the Siena at Deering Bay Condos for Sale

Siena - Building Summary
  • Views: Bayfront
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Bedrooms: 3 & 4
  • Residence Size: 2160 - 4480
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Total Residences: 46
  • Price Range: $890,000 - $1,079,000

The Verona at Deering Bay condominium is located at 13627 Deering Bay Drive. Built in 2003, the Verona at Deering Bay condominium is available for immediate occupancy. To check which residences are currently available, just click the Milano at Deering Bay Condos for Sale or call Ned Berndt at (305) 321-7043 !

The Legacy of Deering Bay

Cutler was famous for its high ground, its hardwood hammock, its lush vegetation and its accessibility to Biscayne Bay. Although settlers cut a road through the hammock to Coconut Grove, Cutler remained a place apart. Dr. S. H. Richmond opened the Richmond Inn that catered to the kind of people who were attracted to Cutler's natural beauty and seclusion. One of those people was Charles Deering.

Charles Deering and his brother James came to Coconut Grove to visit their father William Deering, founder of International Harvester, at his winter home. Both brothers fell in love with South Florida and soon built their own homes on the bay. James chose a site near his father in the Brickell Hammock and built a magnificent home he called Viscaya. Charles chose a more remote site in Buena Vista (which later became Bay Point).

By 1915, however, Charles became discontent with the intrusion of civilization - the noise of the new automobiles, the sound of the locomotive. He sold his Buena Vista property and moved to Cutler, eventually buying up and walling in the entire town, including the Richmond Inn. He hired Phineas Paist, the supervising architect of Coral Gables, who had also worked on Villa Viscaya, to design an Italian-style mansion for him. Deering also restored the Richmond Inn and made it part of his new home, now known as the Deering Estate.

Although Villa Viscaya has been opened to the public for more than thirty years, until very recently, when Dade County acquired the property, the Charles Deering Estate remained hidden from public view - a mysterious world of its own. The Deering brothers left South Florida a legacy of unsurpassed dedication to excellence. Viscaya is considered to be one of the grandest homes in America and the Charles Deering Estate is equally unique, containing natural, archaeological, architectural and historical treasures. Both estates are living proof of a family's ability to live well while respecting and protecting the natural environment.

For those who search for the kind of elegant, tasteful seclusion that the Deerings enjoyed, there is only one place left. Deering Bay offers the last chance to experience both privacy and luxury on glorious Biscayne Bay.

Historical Research by: Arva Moore Parks

Brief History of The Gables:

Just south of downtown Miami lies beautiful Coral Gables, or simply "The Gables" as it's known to natives. This planned section of town is an oasis of quiet stately homes and upscale shopping and restaurants in the heart of Miami. If you're tired of South Beach and the downtown scene and are looking for some classy fun, take a trip to the Gables.

Coral Gables is built in the Mediterranean Revival style thanks to the work of James Deering on his estate, Villa Vizcaya. Deering built Vizcaya in 1914 using only authentic materials from Italy and Spain, as well as incorporating large pieces of real European castles that were dissembled, shipped here by boat and reassembled on site. Many of these large murals, ceilings and tapestries from Europe remain at Deering to be seen today. Inspired by Vizcaya, George Merrick wanted to bring the images and architecture of Spain to more of the area. His vast land holdings gave him room to work, but he wanted to be known for more than his wealth; he wanted to create a special suburb of Miami that brought to light the Spanish influence of the area. Along with other master craftsmen, landscape artists and city planners, Coral Gables began to take shape. Within four years of its conception, Coral Gables was incorporated in 1925.

Perhaps the greatest monument to the Mediterranean Revival style stands today - the Biltmore Hotel. Inspired by the Cathedral of Seville in Spain, its tower today stands as a recognizable symbol to all Miamians. The hotel was erected in 10 short months and has not changed even its exterior color to this day. As a world-class hotel it brings visitors from the world over; natives flock to the Biltmore to enjoy its spa offerings and beautiful coral pool.

As the recession slowed building and real estate development, so The Gables stopped its growth in its prime. Unfortunately, the Mediterranean Style never regained its full strength and beauty. In the 1950s, Miracle Mile sprang up, a brick-paved section of road on Coral Way between LeJeune Road and Douglas Road. With its upscale boutiques and specialty stores it brought heightened commerce to the area and inspired more of the same kinds of shops to open their doors soon after. Today, special incentives are offered to builders and designers who design with the Mediterranean Revival style in mind.

By Renee Chapple



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