Tanin Villas is a prototype for a new kind of starter home in Miami.

By leveraging Smart Design and Contemporary Finishes in central Miami, young families may not have to move to the suburbs for that new home. 

Tanin Villas is a new construction set of townhomes in the heart of Shenandoah, a neighborhood at the crux of Coconut Grove, Brickell, Coral Gables, and Little Havana. With 2,000 square feet, three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a private yard, the space is well suited for a young family.

Visitors to the home are first greeted with a striking facade, marked by two aluminum trellis’ and an elegant planter between entrances. Upon entering the foyer, an open steel stair with french oak treads allows for ample light and a direct view to the rear yard. The two-tone, eat-in kitchen is open to the great room, with space for dining and living. The view to the yard is enhanced by floor to ceiling windows and interlocking sliding doors, letting in natural light, and bringing the backyard inside.

“We wanted to keep the design contemporary but didn’t want it to feel like a museum. By using natural tones, light, and simple lines the home feels cozy, but not stuffy,” said Shaan Patel, architectural designer and co-founder of Tanin Group

Young families in Miami are looking for a home that is contemporary and new but not far from the restaurants, culture, and nightlife of central Miami. Many of the existing homes in Shenandoah and Little Havana require a lot of updating or legalization work. By buying new construction, homeowners can guarantee no-hassle, no citation ownership that their families can feel safe in.

With a price point at $650,000, Tanin Villas is comparable to new construction condos in central Miami without the high association fees, and with the feel of a ground-level home. Schedule a showing at Tanin Villas to see for yourself!


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