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Historic Miami pioneer home sells

The Charles Graham House was built in 1907

November 07, 2014 12:45PM

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16525 SW 232 Street

16525 Southwest 232 Street

A piece of Miami’s pioneer past was sold. Built in 1907, the landmark Charles Graham House, located in Redland’s Silver Palm community, traded for $450,000.

The five-bedroom, four-bathroom home, which retains its “frame vernacular” architecture utilized by Miami’s early settlers, was listed by RE/MAX Advance Realty’s Richard Abreu.

It was purchased by Carmen and Enrique Dominguez. The seller was Pamela Rosen, a North Carolina resident who owned the historic property for nearly eight years.

“The seller was delighted that this notable home would be occupied by a local family, who would appreciate it for its historic and aesthetic value,” Abreu said. “The Dominguez family will enjoy a newly-renovated kitchen (with top-of-the-line appliances), wrap-around porch and balcony, updated fencing, and lovely landscaping.” – Christopher Cameron

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