What To Look For When Buying A Historic House In Miami – Mediterranean Revival

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As an architect, I love historic homes and the historic real estate market is one of my favorites.

For those of you coming from other places in the US and even Europe or South America, historic homes in Miami will refer to homes built in the early 1900s all the way to the 50s (mid-century architecture). There are 2 types of buyers of historic homes, the ones interested in historic preservation and finding homes that have not been butchered through the years with the purpose of restoring them to their original state or those buyers that love the charm but really dont care about preservation or restoration. roofhistoric Cuban tile flooringhardwood floor/Cuban tile/quarry tile bathroomsoriginal fixtures and tile mill-workbaseboards/crown molding/cabinetry/door casings metal workbalcony and stairway railings stuccoplaster on interior and exterior walls as well as ceilings windowswood casement windows or wooden single or double hung windows fixtures (lamps, door hardware, knobs and pulls)How easy is it to modernize the home without affecting its historical integrity? To make sure that the structural integrity of the home is intact, we always recommend for a structural engineer to inspect the home, that way you can identify minor or major problems.

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