Wonderful example of Mid-Century Modern architecture built in 1952 and designed by famed Art Deco and Miami Modern “MiMo” architect, Gerard Pitt (1885-1971) In Miami Beach, Pitt designed dozens of buildings in the Art Deco and Post-War Modern Styles and is considered a distinct contributor to the architectural character of the City of Miami Beach. Pitt served as supervising architect for the southeast district of the Florida Hotel Commission from 1935 to 1957. Source:

Meticulously maintained by the designer/owner, many original finishes abound; oak slat floors, Cuban tile floors, plaster walls and ceilings, ceramic mosaic tiles. Featuring three bedrooms, one is currently used as a design studio, and two full baths. The oversize 10,500 square foot lot offers a private tropical garden in the backyard. Don’t miss the unique opportunity to own a Miami Modern classic with potential to renovate or expand.