I love living in High Pines. It is an extraordinary place to live in. It’s proximity to several supermarkets, banks, restaurants, neighborhood stores, and Sunset Place, which offers bowling, Movie Theater and other entertainment, makes it jewel of a neighborhood.
In addition to all of the above its neighborhood public school is sunset elementary. One of the greatest elementary school magnet options in the city. If you prefer not to have your children in public schools there is other options very close by like for example Riviera schools or ransom Everglades, Carrollton, Lourdes, Gulliver, St. Thomas and others.
In a difficult city for public transportation even public transportation is convenient at High Pines. Only some blocks away there is one of the metro rail stations apart from the buses that go through the area at several times a day.
It is a very much family oriented community. In downtown South Miami at sunset there are several options for children’s ballet or karate lessons, and for adults there are several gym and exercise options very close by. You can find normal gyms and yoga studios apart from bar method studios and dancing.
Another good thing is having the entire medical South Miami Baptist complex very nearby.
If you favorite entertainment is going out on a boat or sailing boat, High Pines is very close to Matheson Hammock Park and marina, if you want to launch your own boat or have your sailing boat or yacht there, or also 10 minutes away from Coconut Grove Marinas.
Two wonderful parks are walking distance to our high Pines neighborhood. One is Dante Fascell Park. It has a good children’s park, running path, basketball and volleyball court, and exercise options as well as several public tennis courts available.
The other park available is Riviera Park. It is a smaller park but very beautiful and it has several exercise options, and running path as well as some activities for smaller kids.
In other words High Pines is an extraordinary neighborhood to live in.
High Pines in the map