Sporting deep water canals, its own private yacht club and spectacular bayfront homes—many with their own deep water dockage—to call Bird Key a boater’s paradise is an understatement. Bird Key is all this, and much more.
Venice is a meticulously planned city, with sweeping tree-lined boulevards leading to beaches, parks, greenways, the Intracoastal Waterway and residential areas. The Island offers a unique opportunity to live on—or very near—the Gulf of Mexico, with easy access to shopping, the Arts Center, hospital, schools, the library and restaurants.
Lido Key has attracted noteworthy artists, intellectuals and celebrities, as well as successful entrepreneurs. Many of the homes fronting the Gulf are being remodeled or replaced and include private deep-water dockage.
One of Florida’s most prestigious addresses is Casey Key, a narrow, eight-mile island south of Siesta Key between the Gulf of Mexico and Blackburn Bay.
Stretching some twelve sun-drenched miles between the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay, Longboat Key provides an ideal setting for a permanent or vacation home.
Known for its laidback, old Florida atmosphere among soft Gulf breezes, gently rolling surf and miles of white sandy beaches, Manasota Key offers the respite you seek in a treasured barrier island address.
Siesta Key will captivate you the moment you step onto its world-famous powdery white beaches. From sunrise to sunset, Siesta Key’s displays its unsurpassed beauty to thousands of residents and tourists throughout the year.
Anna Maria Island, Holmes Beach and Bradenton Beach all offer a relaxed, friendly, casual lifestyle. Quaint, “Old Florida” beach resort communities surrounded by the turquoise Gulf waters attract family new residents and vacationers every year.