Miami’s ‘Haunted’ Former Cuban Consulate To Be Listed for $4.5M

The neo-classical landmark is said to be one of the most haunted buildings in South Florida, with one ghostly figure being Paula Milford.

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The Cuban government built Villa Paula as its consulate in 1926 with Cuban labor, and all-Cuban materials.
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The historic landmark in set to hit the market for $4.5 million in a four-lot sale with neighboring properties.
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Villa Paula is a relic of Cuban life in the 1920s, complete with ornate architectural details, lush gardens and high ceilings.
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The neo-classical landmark is said to be one of the most haunted buildings in South Florida, with one ghostly figure being Paula Milford.
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The Villa Paula is located at the epicenter of an new emerging art district in South Florida: Little Haiti.
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Forgotten for years, the historic Villa Paula was restored into an art gallery and museum in 2016.
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The ghost of Paula Milford, who the property was named after, is said to haunt the villa. She allegedly died from complications following the amputation of her leg.
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Twice a year, someone sneaks into the property and places flowers on the supposed grave for Paula Milford.
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