House for rent

West Palm Beach FL

$2,000

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Property Description

Lovely single-family home conveniently located close to shopping center and I95. 3 bedrooms (one is small) and 1 Bath. This home has interior laundry, New mini spit A/C in the main room and individual wall A/C unit in each bedroom, Vaulted ceilings, Ceiling fans, and a large yard. Also 2 convenient storages.Read moreLarge yardVaulted ceilingsCeiling fansClose to shopping center

Property Details

Property Type

Square Footage

1,186

Bedrooms

3

Bathrooms

1

Pets

Number of Storeys

Year Built

County Description

Miami, city, seat (1844) of Miami-Dade county, southeastern Florida, U.S. A major transportation and business hub, Miami is a leading resort and Atlantic Ocean port situated on Biscayne Bay at the mouth of the Miami River. The Everglades area is a short distance to the west. Greater Miami, the state’s largest urban concentration, comprises all of the county, which includes the cities of Miami Beach (across the bay), Coral Gables, Hialeah, North Miami, and many smaller municipalities and unincorporated areas; together, these make up the southern section of Florida’s “Gold Coast.” Area city, 35 square miles (91 square km). Pop. (2010) 399,457; Miami–Miami Beach–Kendall Metro Division, 2,496,435; (2020) 442,241; Miami–Miami Beach–Kendall Metro Division

Spaniards in the 16th century found a village (perhaps 2,000 years old) of Tequesta Indians on the site. The name Mayaimi, probably meaning “big water” or “sweet water,” may have referred to Lake Okeechobee or to local Native Americans who took their name from the lake. In 1567 the Spanish established a mission there as part of a futile attempt to subdue the Tequesta. They ceded the area to Great Britain in 1763 but regained it in 1783. After the United States acquired Florida from Spain in 1821, Fort Dallas was built (1836) as a base during the Seminole Wars. A few settlers—among them Julia D. Tuttle, known as the “mother of Miami,” and William B. Brickell—gradually moved into the area.

Property Location

West Palm Beach FL

County

West Palm Beach FL