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Old Cutler Road


General Overview

Old Cutler Road is a 14.9-mile stretch of main northeast-southwest road that offers a scenic route to Coral Gables, Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Cutler Bay. This road is more than just a passageway to these affluent communities; it is also dotted with single-family homes that are equally stunning, making Old Cutler Road a neighborhood in its own.


The coastal route of Old Cutler Road starts at Cartagena Plaza in Coral Gables, intersects with Red Road, divides the city of Coral Gables with Pinecrest, runs through Palmetto Bay, crosses Ludlam Road, enters Cutler Bay, continues to West Old Cutler Road, and finally shares its name with South 220th Street. It is an off-grid plan that was inaugurated in 1895.
Real Estate Community in Old Cutler Road
Average Land Area/House Square Feet
Floor plans and lot areas vary, but homes usually measure from 3,800 square feet to 7,200 square feet. Lot sizes range from 19,500 square feet to 38,000 square feet.

Common Property Types or House Styles

Residences along Old Cutler Road are typically medium-sized to large-sized single-family homes and townhomes. There are usually 3-5 bedrooms or more for these types of homes. Most homes were built from 2000 up to the recent years, but there are also older constructions built between 1970 to 1999.

Average Market Pricing

Old Cutler Road homes for sale have a median real estate price of $351,867. It is 71.4% more expensive than other neighborhoods in Florida.

Common Design, Construction, or Architectural Types

Home styles vary in Old Cutler Road. There are farmhouse-type residences, Spanish-inspired architecture, and Mediterranean-style constructions.

Living in Old Cutler Road

General Cost of Living

Coral Gables scores 165 on the cost of living index while Pinecrest scores 202.6. The national average is 100. Housing costs in Coral Gables and Pinecrest are more than 200% higher than the national average.

Employment/Job Opportunities

The neighborhood in Old Cutler Road is within the upper-middle income bracket. 44.9% of the working population work executive, management, and professional jobs. Those involved in sales and service jobs comprise 24.5% of the population.

Average household income in Coral Gables is $96,887 while the median household income in Pinecrest is $153,417. Some of the most profitable career sectors are in finance and insurance, management, health care, legal, architecture, engineering, and arts and entertainment.


Warmest months are July and August, with an average temperature of 91°F. Meanwhile, January is the coldest month, with temperatures ranging from 60.1°F to 75.9 °F.


Boutiques, wine shops, and cafes line Miracle Mile while Miami’s best restaurants are on Ponce de Leon Boulevard and Giralda Avenue. There are a few bars on Giralda serving craft cocktails.


Schools along Old Cutler Road are Alexander Montessori School and Old Cutler Academy Learning.


Most residents own a vehicle and drive through Old Cutler Road to access nearby neighborhoods.

One of the easiest ways to get around in Coral Gables is to ride the free Coral Gables trolley, which stops at different points of interest in the city. There are metrorail and metrobus stations in Coral Gables connecting the city to the rest of Miami.

Parks, Recreational Activities, and Attractions

The Old Cutler Trail has one of Coral Gables’ picturesque landscapes, perfect for bikers and joggers. Matheson Hammock Park is recommended for those who would like to go fishing, hiking, or take photographs.

Popular landmarks in Coral Gables are the award-winning Biltmore Hotel and Venetian Pool, the city’s historic public pool. University of Miami is also situated in Coral Gables.

Coral Gables Museum in the downtown is a must-visit for those who want to learn more about the city. This isn’t a tiny gallery; rather, the grounds are wide and can be explored by foot, on two wheels, or while canoeing. Books & Books is another site not to be missed. It is an independent bookshop containing classic and contemporary collections.

Other attractions in Coral Gables include Actors’ Playhouse at Miracle Theatre, Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park, Coral Gables Art Cinema, and Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden.

Pinecrest Gardens is where taking a leisurely stroll and breathing in fresh air sound fun. It features over 1,000 varieties of exotic tropical plants and trees, natural streams, sinkholes, and caves. Wine tasting and jazz concerts are also held at the amphitheater.

Own a home in one of the most scenic roads not only in Miami but in the entire state of Florida, Old Cutler Road. Get in touch with The Jills Zeder Group at 305.722.5721 or 305.341.7447 to get started with your search for the perfect home in Miami.

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