High-flyer’s historic home

A 5,474-square-foot, Pueblo-style home in Miami Springs, once owned by aviation pioneer Glenn Hammond Curtiss, is on sale for $1.379 million. Curtiss made the first publicly observed flight in America, winning speed races and completing record-setting flights. In 1921, Curtiss moved to Florida and became a successful land developer, helping to create the cities of Miami Springs, Hialeah and Opa-locka. – Original Credit: ONE Sotheby’s International Real – Original Source: ONE Sotheby’s International Real (Courtesy / Courtesy)


A 5,474-square-foot, Pueblo-style home in Miami Springs, once owned by aviation pioneer Glenn Hammond Curtiss, is on sale for $1.379 million. Curtiss made the first publicly observed flight in America, winning speed races and completing record-setting flights. In 1921, Curtiss moved to Florida and became a successful land developer, helping to create the cities of Miami Springs, Hialeah and Opa-locka.

(David Hayes)

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