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Ha Had not thought of that. But would be cool to live in such an important house despite it's other short falls.

 

 

Its a wonderful house and Coconut Grove is rich in MV history for all 5 seasons 

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Matt5

Tommys Deck Bar from the early 1980s at 627 5th St Miami Beach seen in "Nobody Lives Forever"  :D

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mvnyc

3067 Jefferson Street , Coconut Grove ( "Nobody Lives Forever" pool scenes and "Shadow in the Dark " end scenes )  :rain:  :glossy:  :fireworks: 

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What always amazes me is how a certain house was picked for the various scenes in the show.  This house is on a very narrow street in the Grove, so imagine getting a crew of 30 people plus a production truck outside just to shoot one scene...

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https://www.google.com/maps/@25.73605,-80.23379,3a,75y,56h,90t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sE879LvENZEEWRoD8lgFCSA!2e0!6m1!1e1

 

 

What a shame to see this house in that condition...could be such a cool place.  

 

Great picture of the pool Matt.   :thumbsup:   You must be one persuasive guy!

 

 

Thankyou - this house is currently empty and a little run down - but luckily there was a real estate agent putting up a new board when I asked  :D

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Guest MetroVice

It's funny how these places can look so different in person than they do on television.

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It's funny how these places can look so different in person than they do on television.

 

 

Very true - they look a lot smaller in person than you imagined !! This pool was tiny. :D

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A few more of  the "Nobody Lives Forever " / "Shadow in the Dark " house at 3067 Jefferson in Coconut Grove from a trip in 2014  as featured in the early 1985 Miami Vice episode and Halloween 1986 episode:D

 

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airtommy
On December 3, 2013 at 7:53 PM, miamijimf said:

For some reason they killed that link and made a new one:

http://miamiarchives.blogspot.com/2015/09/south-beachs-bucket-of-blood-closes-1986.html

And a different site hosting the same article:

http://randompixels.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-way-we-weresouth-beachs-bucket-of.html?m=1

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Matt5

"Nobody Lives Forever":hippie:

 

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daytona365
On 28.8.2014 at 5:46 PM, mvnyc said:

What always amazes me is how a certain house was picked for the various scenes in the show.  This house is on a very narrow street in the Grove, so imagine getting a crew of 30 people plus a production truck outside just to shoot one scene...

looking at the streetview pics, this house is a true gem. It's very nicely located on that narrow street, cozily hidden behind the trees. And its a totally appropriate place for the Brenda character, not too big, not too fancy, just interesting enough and right-sized for her as an architect. Excellent choice by the scouts.

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Sonny-Burnett
10 hours ago, daytona365 said:

looking at the streetview pics, this house is a true gem. It's very nicely located on that narrow street, cozily hidden behind the trees. And its a totally appropriate place for the Brenda character, not too big, not too fancy, just interesting enough and right-sized for her as an architect. Excellent choice by the scouts.

And it was affordable, listing at around $325K several years ago if I recall correctly.

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Matt5

When I visited it was sadly run down and empty :hippie:

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