My old home 298 So. Coconut lane
Palm Island. You could have knocked me over with a feather. On the market for
$ FIVE MILLION????????????
This house was built 1924 and owned by Silver Dollar Jake. When we bought we paid $28,000 we spent about $10,000 and lots of labor.
The price today is 5 million.
How can that be? the sq. ft is the same,
the dock is the same, the lot can't have changed. OK Taxes? $41,460
Holly cow!! That's more money than we bought it for. Where's the end?
So they added 3 columns
and a roof two french doors. a bird bath
The side stairs on left are missing.
They went to the Main Entry hall with double doors, over looking the Ship Channel.
The Spiral stairs out back have changed,
not as pretty.
|294 S Coconut Ln||$10,500,000|
|302 S Coconut Ln||For Sale||$5,950,000|
|308 S Coconut Ln||For Sale||$6,999,000|
When I had it there was a 1920 car
port on the right side and stairs to the left.
Downstairs were maids rooms,a movie studio and billiard room.
It looks so cold in the above photo's.
well this is the brave new world.
want a laugh ?
Im just here for the rest,” Al Capone told authorities in 1928. The Chicago bootlegger had just bought a 36,000-square-foot, Art Deco waterfront house at 93 Palm Avenue on Miami Beach from a member of the Busch beer family (the house sold for $7.4 million in 2013). Scarface’s reputation preceded him.
Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
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