Inspired by the spirit of Coconut Grove’s first botanical pioneer, we welcome you to The Fairchild Coconut Grove, an organic collaboration between beloved local architect, Max Strang, and celebrated interior designer, Rafael de Cárdenas. The Fairchild Coconut Grove is a collection of twenty-six exceptional waterfront residences with sublime indoor and outdoor amenities, located directly on Biscayne Bay, in the very quiet and private Coconut Grove neighborhood of Glencoe.
Where boats drift along the bay’s calm warm waters and paths meander through lush, fragrant Kampong-inspired gardens, The Fairchild Coconut Grove is designed to please the senses. Direct water access is yours from the moment you awake. Launch your paddleboard for a bay cruise at dawn. Whisk your boat out of your private boat slip for a day on the ocean. Within minutes by car, travel south to be charmed by downtown Grove, or north, to engage in the bustle of Brickell and Downtown Miami’s world-class myriad of cultural pursuits and offerings. The Fairchild Coconut Grove is your private waterfront retreat, a place to live life as boundlessly as its expansive water views.
Roof decks are thoughtfully designed to offer unobstructed water views and enhance idle days under the sun with swimming pools and cabanas, and quiet afternoons under the shade of tropical landscaped gardens. Spectacular residence layouts feature natural stone floors and walls, private outdoor showers, lanais, expansive chef kitchens, wet bars, spainspired bathrooms and spacious living areas with tranquil water views and lush neighborhood vistas.
Coconut Grove forever beckons the creative pioneer. Its sleepy hollows and waterside charm have attracted notable pioneers of innovation, adventure, romance and storytelling since the turn of the nineteenth century. Tennessee Williams, Robert Frost and Alexander Graham Bell, once upon a time, called Coconut Grove home. Sophisticated northern visitors seeking tropical respite often stayed and became permanent residents, fearlessly embarking on this undeveloped gem and marking The Grove with a unique ambience that prevails to this day.