Casey Key connects to Florida via two small bridges: Blackburn Point Road and Albee Road. Both causeways cross over Blackburn Bay, which is part of the Intracoastal Waterway. For this reason, Casey Key tends to attract boating enthusiasts and yacht owners who enjoy having a private dock and fishing pier in their backyards. A single road runs through the island, making Casey Key one of the most peaceful neighborhoods of the Sunshine State.
Only a few properties on the island do not enjoy a direct waterfront view. Some lucky homeowners in Casey Key are able to enjoy bright sunrises over Blackburn Bay and vanilla-sky sunsets over the Gulf of Mexico. The architectural styles vary from beach cottages to spacious Florida ranch-style homes nestled among lush landscaping. At the upper end of the housing spectrum at Casey Key we can find Mediterranean-style estates, Key West homes and Island Colonial mansions that seem to have been transplanted directly from the Bahamas.
The privacy, tranquility and gorgeous nature engulfing Casey Key has managed to attract a few celebrity residents over the years. Boating, fishing and enjoying the beach are the main activities, as well as visiting the local Tiki Bar and waterfront restaurant. Although this is a beach community, residents do not have to endure crowds since they are mostly attracted to Nokomis Beach.
Casey Key may be a small housing market, but it is very active. Pricing for modest homes starts around $700K, but the most elegant waterfront properties typically start at one million dollars. All the suburban comforts of shopping, dining and entertainment are just a few minutes away in Nokomis, and Casey Key residents have a range of activities they can get into across Sarasota County, including: Golf, tennis, polo, swimming, hiking, bird watching, canoeing, camping, and more.
Casey Key Florida Homes & Condos for Sale
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