Present-day Cutler Bay was first inhabited around 10,000 years ago by Native American civilizations such as the Tequesta, evidenced by the burial mounds found in the area. One of the most notable of these mounds is located on the Charles Deering Estate. Artifacts found in this five-foot-tall mound date back to the Glades II and III periods. The Cutler Fossil Site is located at the Charles Deering Estate, where archaeologists have found fossils of mammoths, California condors, and saber-toothed tigers. The Florida East Coast Railway began running through the area in the 1900s when it was only known as "Cutler." It wasn't far from the undeveloped Homestead Florida area, so people living there would go to Cutler to buy supplies. After a long struggle, residents of Cutler Bay were finally able to obtain incorporation in 2005.
Whether you live in the center of Miami or further out in one of the suburbs, there is always something to do in the Miami-Dade County area. Owning a home in Cutler Bay allows you to live in a peaceful, All American environment while enjoying the amenities provided by Miami. Some examples of things to do in and around Cutler Bay are Monkey Jungle located 14805 SW 216th Street in Miami and Zoo Miami located at 12400 SW 152nd Street, also in Miami. Both of these attractions are great places to go with the whole family and learn about nature, see rare species of animals, view historical exhibits, and much more. In addition to that, you have Wolfsonian-FIU which is located in the heart of the Art Deco District of Miami Beach. The Wolfsonian has two large, permanent collections which are comprised of approximately 180,000 pieces from the pinnacle of the Industrial Revolution until the end of the Second World War. The museum is an affiliate of the Smithsonian and the Frost Art Museum. Another great thing about this is area is its proximity to Lincoln Road Mall, which is a pedestrian road spanning 16th Street and 17th Street. It’s replete with shops, restaurants, galleries, and other businesses, and features iconic places such as ArtCenter/South Florida, Colony Theatre, and the Lincoln-Drexel Building.
Real estate in Cutler Bay includes Ranch, Art Deco, Classical American, Modern, Italianate, Colonial, Mission-Revival, Cottage, Tudor, Craftsman, Spanish-Mediterranean, Spanish-Ranch, and many others. Single-family homes for sale in Cutler Bay range in size from two bedrooms, two baths, and 1,020 square feet to six bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 4,890 square feet. Furthermore, available properties in Cutler Bay feature a few of condominiums, apartments, and townhomes of varying sizes. In addition to that, you can find lots for sale in Cutler Bay for those looking to build new construction. If you’re interested in learning more about real estate options in Cutler Bay, please contact us today for further details.
Step in to this beautiful, spacious North Cutler Bay corner home, located one block from Old Cutler Road. The home was updated in 2016 with high-end finishes to include m...