Kendale Country Club Estates Miami Homes and Real Estate in
Kendale Country Club Estates is an exclusive single family
home community in the heart of Kendall Miami. Some homes
at Kendale Country Club Estates feature canal front.
Kendall is also home
to one of the largest Colombian American populations in the State of
Florida. Over 11,000 Colombians live in the area, mostly
concentrated in the western fringes (West of the Florida Turnpike),
where they make up over 60 percent of the population in certain
neighborhoods (West Kendall, Royal Palms on 134th Ave. and the
Hammocks). Interestingly enough, several White non-Hispanic enclaves
do exist West of the Turnpike. Peruvians also make up a significant
percentage of West Kendall residents, particularly in the Kendale
Lakes (between 137 and 147 from east to west, Kendall and Sunset
from north to South) neighborhood. The entrance to Kendale Lakes on
Sw 137 ave (which loses it's Lindgren Rd name..in honor of the old
Lindgren estate just above the Sw 192 St intersection) is marked by
a commemorative sign honoring the Peruvian Admiral, Almirante Miguel
Grau, who lost his life in the Chile-Peruvian War in 1879. Many
Peruvian foodie places can be found in both the Kendale Lakes Plaza
and the Publix Higate Square shopping plaza across the street, such
as La Bodega, El Pollon, Aromas Del Peru, and another Peruvian
chicken place next to Food Among the Flowers (formerly Il Piatto).
Inka Kola is also stocked to a fault at the Kendale Lakes Publix
next to Postobon (Colombian soda).
Much of what is now
Kendall was purchased from the State of Florida in 1883 by the
Florida Land and Mortgage Company. It is named after Henry John
Broughton Kendall, a director of the company who moved to the area
in the 1900s to manage the company's land. As the land was not open
to homesteading, development was slow well into the 20th century. A
post office opened in 1914, and the first school opened in 1929.
After the end of the land boom in 1926, some residents left. Two
Seminole camps were in the Kendall area, and Seminoles continued to
live there into the 1940s.
several White non-Hispanic enclaves do exist West of the Turnpike.
The Devon Aire neighborhood (namely, the townhome developments in
back of and across the street from Super Wheels) is over 70 percent
non-Hispanic White and its elementary school, Devon Aire Elementary,
is heralded as the highest-scoring elementary school (on the
statewide FCAT exam) in Miami-Dade county. It should also be
mentioned that with the advent of apartments undergoing condo
conversion, the complexes that sit on either side of 157th ave and
104th street (Biscayne Beach Club is one of them) have been
experiencing an influx with white-Anglo transplants from other
towns. Also, the JCC Federation Apts (affordable housing for the
elderly) on 10905 Sw 112 ave have many elderly Jewish and remarkably
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