New Kid on the Block
1415 Madrid St
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Why You Need to See It
1. It's (99.9574216%) Brand New
Except for a few walls on the first floor, 99.9574216* percent of EVERYTHING in this home is brand new.
What was once a single-story, Mid-Century Ranch-style home with two bedrooms and a floor plan choppier than the Florida Straits is now a two-story, four-bedroom Contemporary designed and built to suit today's most discerning palate.
The entryway at 1415 Madrid sets the tone for the rest of the home.
A double door made of brushed aluminum and impact-resistant glass leads visitors into a private foyer with a center wall perfect for showcasing a sleek console table, statement mirror or bold painting that says, "Welcome to our home!".
(Insert New Home Smell)
The simple yet prominent entrance introduces elegant details like the large window openings, linear slot diffusers, and Italian rectified porcelain tile that elevate the overall ambiance of the home.
Ever walk into a home with an OPEN floor plan where you see the living room, dining room, kitchen, AND family room as soon as you walk in?
Where you see the toys on the living room floor, a month's worth of snail mail on the dining room table, and dirty wine glasses on the kitchen island the second you walk in?
That's not 1415 Madrid. Your dirty wine glasses are safe here.
1415 Madrid's social areas are spare, intimate, and designed at a human scale. Rooms are flooded with natural light and flow easily into one another, each serving an intended purpose while maintaining its own identity.
Dim the recessed lighting and set the mood for conversation. Turn 'em all the way up and lose yourself in a page-turner. Turn 'em off and light a candle like Teddy.
Ceilings are often overlooked when designing a home. Not here. Check out the ceiling love.
Coffered and decorative ceilings have been used as a luxurious grand stand by prominent civilizations throughout the ages.
The ceiling design at 1415 Madrid offers a fresh perspective, adding dimension and an element of clean sophistication to the 9-foot ceilings.
The Kitchen and The Family Room. Like Peanut Butter/Jelly, Lennon/McCartney, Queso Crema con Guayaba.
Can't have one without the other. I mean, you could, but it's just not the same.
The open kitchen with white maple wood cabinets, soft-close drawers, marble counters and backsplash, under-mounted lighting, and large island flows seamlessly into the hospitable family room.
Bright, airy, and stylish, the kitchen and family room have a close connection to the terrace and pool, which combine to become the The Entertainment Triangle. A set of double French doors allows for easy access between the spaces.
A short row of pendant fixtures over the island not only acts as a visual punctuation mark, dividing the workspace from the seating area, but also injects a glow of polished radiance.
The BEDROOMS. Yes, in ALL CAPS.
Because they're big, roomy, and comfortable.
If you've been shopping for a home in Coral Gables, you know how difficult it is to find a home with decent-sized bedrooms.
1415 Madrid not only offers the space necessary for comfort and a good night's rest, it offers options and versatility with two bedrooms on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the second floor.
All bedrooms feature private baths. Both second-floor bedrooms feature open balconies.
Wanna grow old(er) in your new home? A second master bedroom on the ground floor allows you to stay put!
No need to sell your dream home in the future because the stairs became a challenge on your joints.
You can keep your dream home and love your beautiful limestone staircase too!
1415 Madrid is set on a 10,200 sq ft corner lot with a pool, garage, perimeter wall, two brick-paved driveways, and plentiful green space.
SEE ALL PHOTOS BELOW!
Take a 15-minute walk to the Granada Golf Course, a nine-hole Par 36 with a fully-stocked pro shop, locker room, and Burger Bob's, a 1950's style diner where you can score a pretty mean patty melt, hot dog grilled on a flat top, and everything else you expect to find in a diner - eggs, bacon, sausage, grits, potatoes, and CALORIES.
Cross the street to the Coral Gables Country Country Club, home to the Coral Gables Athletic Club, a community-based athletic club where you work out in a state-of-the-art fitness center, spin with certified instructors, and practice the butterfly stroke in a junior Olympic-sized pool.
Refueling after a workout is as easy as walking next door to Liberty Caffe, a clutch neighborhood spot for coffee, breakfast, pizzas, pastas, wraps, salads, juices, smoothies, and gelato.
In short, a great local option if you and your significant other are certified members of #TeamNoCook.
Are you a golf enthusiast? In addition to the nine-hole Granada Golf Course, you can also tee off where the legends have played - the Donald Ross designed Biltmore Golf Course just a mile and a half away. Or take your talents three miles south to the Riviera Golf Course, an eighteen-hole Par 71 designed by Donald Ross as well.
Is tennis more your speed? You have six courts at the Granada Golf Course. Training for the French Open? Salvadore Tennis Center has thirteen lighted clay courts and is just a bike ride away. Still need more? The William H Kerydk Sr Biltmore Tennis Center features ten lighted courts.
If you're keeping score, that's 45 holes of golf within 3 miles and 29 tennis courts a bike ride from home.
You're also just four blocks away from Country Club Prado, a pet-friendly 13-acre greenbelt great for exercising, playing catch, and Quinceañera photos.
We haven't even mentioned the Coral Gables Youth Center, the Coral Gables Library, Venetian Pool, the restaurants, cafes, burger joints, bars, shopping, bookstores, art galleries of Miracle Mile and Downtown Coral Gables, but those are all a hop, skip, and a jump away.
A day or night out in town means jumping on your Schwinn or a $7 Uber ride. Leave the keys at home.
Travel for work? Miami International Airport is a 15-minute ride.
Work in Brickell or Doral? That's a 20-minute podcast listening session.
World famous South Beach? That's just 30 minutes away.
As mentioned earlier, 99.9574216* percent of EVERYTHING in this home is brand new.
Just a few walls of the Ranch-style home built in 1954 remain. This home was practically built new from the ground up.
According to the Builder, this includes:
36" x 36" Italian Rectified Porcelain Tile throughout the first floor social areas
Limestone staircase, covered terrace, and pool deck
White Maple Wood Kitchen Cabinets (3/4 in) with soft close rails, marble counter tops and backsplash, large kitchen island, and stainless steel Kitchen Aid appliances
Grey Monier Roof with R-30 insulation
Eco Impact-resistant Front Door with Brushed Aluminum
Eco Impact-resistant French Doors in dining room and family room
Eco Impact-resistant Casement Windows throughout
Solid Wood Interior Doors (6 ft 8 in)
9 ft Ceilings throughout
Hurricane Rated Garage Door with 3/4 Horsepower Opener
Rheem 5-ton HVAC for the 1st Floor
Rheem 3-ton HVAC for the 2nd Floor
4" LED High Hats with Lutron Controls in the social areas and second floor bedrooms
13' x 24' Covered Terrace with Limestone
15' x 25' Gunite Swimming Pool with Miami Blue Diamond Brite
Jandy TruClear Saltwater Chlorinator and Jandy FloPro Pool Pump with Century Centurion Two-Speed Motor
Charcoal brick-paved driveways in front of the home and garage
Neatly-trimmed landscaping that includes Ligustrum trees, Adonai palms, Cypress pines, and Podocarpus and Clusia hedges
Sprinklers on well with Goulds Irrigation Pump
1,050 Gallon Septic Tank with 500 sq ft Drainfield
Interior painted with Benjamin Moore Decorator White
Exterior painted with Benjamin Moore Marilyn Blue and Decorator White
3,636 Sq Ft of Living Area
4,286 Sq Ft of Total Area
10,200 Sq Ft Lot
List Price: $1,925,000
Living area and total square footage as per Miami-Dade Property Appraiser's Office. Information deemed reliable, but is not guaranteed.