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Home History Country Club Estates (Miami Springs) 1925

Country Club Estates (Miami Springs) 1925

Special contribution from the Miami Springs Historical Society

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1925 aerial image shows Miami's Great Back Country's Central Development – Photo Courtesy Miami Springs Historical Society

A distinct charm of Country Club Estates is its Drives, Avenues, Runs, Lanes, Ways and Roads.

1925 aerial image shows Miami’s Great Back Country’s Central Development – Photo Courtesy Miami Springs Historical Society

Study this aerial photograph of the Central Development of Miami’s Great Back Country.

THE PARKWAY, 200 feet wide, with 100 feet of park in the center, is shown from the bridge at Hialeah to the City of Miami’s Golf Course; thence through the Golf Course and on south to Coral Gables and Coconut Grove the West Dixie Highway, in fact, and known as Red Road in Dade County’s development.

CANAL ROAD, along the Miami Canal in the foreground, a logical business location with riparian advantages, and convenient to all of the civic center and the bank, is shown to the right and left of the Parkway.

BROADWAY, 100 feet wide, extending west from the civic center of Country Club Estates, is recognized as the main thoroughfare to the F. E. C, Railway Shops, one and a half miles west of the civic and residential developments of the Estates, an importapt factor in the success of Country Club Estates commercial section.

DRIVES, AVENUES, RUNS, WAYS AND LANES are distinctly marked by the newly made roads. Note the outlines of some of the many residences completed or under construction.

MANY RESIDENCES are projected around the Golf Course, the least pretentious at a cost of $15,000 and from that figure up to $60,000.

Musa Isle Short Cut between Miami and Country Club Estates, along the south bank of the Miami Canal, is seen for a short distance in the picture. The opening of this route next season will reduce the driving distance to and from Miami one and a half miles.

The photograph is a story of development which illustrates the present trend of activities in this section. Investors should appreciate this opportunity.

COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES

A Curtiss-Bright Curtiss-Bright Property

The H. R. HOWELL CO., Inc. DEVELOPERS SELLERS

MIAMI OFFICES: RITZ HOTEL BLOCK 132 EAST FLAGLER STREET DIAL 3170 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ON THE PROPERTY DIAL HIALEAH 2”

 

 

Visit the Miami Springs Historical Society and Museum  The Miami Springs Historical Society is located at 501 East Drive in Miami Springs.

Miami Springs Historical Society Museum

Address:
501 East Drive
Miami Springs, FL 33166

Directions: 

From the Palmetto, exit at NW 36th Street and head East on NW 36th Street.  Continue East on NW 36th Street and make a left hand turn (North) on East Drive.  Continue North until you reach 501 East Drive.

From I-95, take I-95 to State Road 112 Westbound.  Exit State Road 112 at NW 36th Street.  Continue west on NW 36th Street until you reach East Drive.  Make a right hand turn at East Drive (North).  Continue North on East Drive until you reach 501 East Drive.

From Hialeah, take Okeechobee Road until you reach East 4th Avenue.  Turn south on East 4th Avenue and cross the bridge into Miami Springs.  Take the center lane and continue south onto East Drive.  You’ll see Stafford Park on your left hand side and then the entrance to the Museum Parking lot at 501 East Drive.

Map to the Miami Springs Historical Society

Miami Springs Historical Museum Hours

The Museum is open each Saturday (except Christmas & New Years) from 12 Noon to 4 pm.

To help support our Members and volunteers’ efforts, we ask for a suggested minimum donation of $8 when visitors arrive (MS Historical Society members, and children under the age of 12 accompanied by an adult, are admitted free to this program).

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