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Alfred Browning Parker Home Reduced in Miami

Ines Hegedus-Garcia
ines@miamism.com

We have told you about this amazing architecturally significant home that's currently for sale in Coconut Grove.  Alfred Browning Parker is one of our favorite mid-century modern architects and the master of Tropical Modern Architecture.

3003 Seminole St – Coconut Grove home by Alfred Browning Parker

Reduced to $2,500,000 One of the most magnificent examples of Alfred Browning Parker homes we have seen.  This one has 4 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, has 3,100 SF of living space and sits on a gorgeous 18,225 SF piece of property which is the epitome of ABP’s homes and tropical architecture design.  He designed it for himself after all, so expect all the bells and whistles that comes with Tropical Modernism. Coconut Grove Alfred Browning Parker - 3003 Seminole St Marketing description reads:

Woodsong, the signature creation by iconic “tropical organic” architect Alfred Browning Parker for his own residence.  Holds court on a magical & exceptionally private 18,000 SF lot set on one of Florida’s premier Palm Gardens.  Comprised of 3 pavilions connected by a 90 foot lap pool, each providing distinctive views of lush verdure & singular palms.  The property is further enhanced by a koi lagoon & waterfall, sauna and cabana shower room. Named by Wallpaer Magazine as one of the top 10 homes in the world.

Miamism Sales Team - Architecture REALTORS in Miami

The Miamism Sales Team, as your Architecture REALTORS, specialize in architecturally significant homes in Miami.  If you need to know more about ABP - here it is:

Alfred Browning Parker was known as the leader of Miami’s modernist architectural movement.  He was known for his green designs which married local materials to suit South Florida’s climate.  He built pre-air conditioning, so his homes took advantage of air currents, landscaping and light.  ABP’s spaces were organic and managed to seamlessly bring the outdoors in.  His architecture was influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright and his motto was “Make it useful and make it beautiful.”  He was way ahead of his time when sustainable design was not even in our vocabulary and will remain an inspiration for years to come.

Contact us to set up an appointment to see the property above and any other architecture homes in Miami.


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