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Ocean front Florida Keys home for sale, with owner financing! Click on this link to watch a video and a full slideshow of the property. Located mile marker 63, Oceanside, on Coral Key in the Conch Keys, Florida.
Ocean front Florida Keys home for sale, with owner financing! Click on this link to watch a video and a full slideshow of the property. Also located on Coral Key, in the Conch Keys, Florida.
Welcome to the Florida Keys! Two beautiful ocean front homes for sale. These 2 homes spell...THE FLORIDA KEYS. To contact the selling agent for this FL Keys real estate: 305.304.9405; email: email@example.com and website address: www.islamoradaagent.com.
Each home is 4 bedroom and 10 feet from the water's edge. The view changes on a daily basis, depending on what Mother Nature has in store for how the Atlantic Ocean will behave for that minute, hour, day. What stands out the most with these 2 homes for sale in the Florida Keys is the ocean breeze. Sweet and fresh. So many times, the views include a expert angler on a fly fishing boat hunting for a prize fish - tarpon, permit, or bonefish - to catch and release.
This is a narrative from the seller regarding these ocean front homes for sale in the FL Keys:
"Coral Key is a small tropical island covered with beautiful palm trees and indigenous plant life with a fabulous "one of a kind" Atlantic Ocean panorama. Located in the Middle Keys of the Florida Keys, Coral Key is 15 minutes away from Islamorada in one direction and Marathon the other way. A little more than a one hour drive and you are in Key West. The Middle Florida Keys are located at the western turn of the Keys which sets up a perfect geographical situation for seeing the most beautiful unobstructed views of sunrises and sunsets right out of the ocean. Watching a full moon rise out of the ocean is just another way this geographic location provides for awesome viewing.
The coral reef – located 4-5 miles off shore from the house – keeps the surf action low giving you the feeling you live on an ocean lake. Both of these homes for sale have two stacked ocean decks, located 10 feet from the Atlantic Ocean (Coral Key was originally a Florida Keys fishing village allowing this close proximity of the house to the ocean's edge) offer front seat viewing of the aquatic life including many varieties of fish, rays, dolphin, huge sea turtles, birds, and so much more. A number of the island residents have placed lights on the ocean floor that provides for a night viewing of the sea life that is better than being at an aquarium.
Coral Key is unique in that there are no active bugs and insect populations. Porch screens and bug spray are unnecessary, and residents can sit outside in the open air all day and night without being bothered by mosquitoes. This characteristic enhances the outdoor enjoyment of the Keys' year round tropical weather. No need to use the air conditioning a lot of the times because of a great breeze off the ocean --- and windows and doors can be left open without any screens since our island has no bugs.
Of all the Keys activities obviously available close to living on our Island i.e.; world class fishing, world class snorkeling/diving, world class geographical location for sunrise and sunset views into and out of the ocean, flat water jet skiing for 100 miles (both bay and ocean side), our preference is bird watching all day. Since the Keys are one of the only land bridges to South America, many different bird species fly over in flocks and pairs throughout the fall and winter migrations. Many flocks will stop just in front of our houses and "kettle" to get more lift to fly over the most dangerous part of their journey south - the water. A good pair of binoculars is a must and we carry them with us in our convertible and on our bikes and on our daily 2.5 mile walk at Long Key State Park. We have encountered countless different birds and recently we now are privileged to regularly see bald eagles.
Residents of our island can walk out of their houses or get on a bicycle and cruise up to the 3-mile bridge (Long Key Bridge). There is an off road bike/walking trail from Coral Key, our island, to the town of Layton – about 15 miles if you do it round trip. The off road trail cruises past Long Key State Park – which provides yet another source of recreation with canoeing, kayaking, trail walking, bird watching, and so much more.
As you venture out for this bike/walk across Long Key Overseas Viaduct, built by Henry Flagler, you will be 20'-30' above the Atlantic Ocean. You get to see the huge sea turtles, jumping eagle rays, large tarpon, and so much more marine life – all close up and personal.
Locally owned restaurants provide many unique eating experiences. A ride either to Marathon or Islamorada (less than 15 minutes either way) will provide you with casual inside or outside eating – some on the beach while you watch the sunset in the water – some restaurants even have pools you can swim in after you eat – and even some fine dining experiences for those who prefer the "white table linen" style. Many restaurants have water sport activities including boating, jet skis, snorkeling, diving, and just beach walking.
The Middle Florida Keys Area – which includes Islamorada, Long Key, Marathon, Duck Key, Grassy Key, and our Conch Keys – provides for many other fun activities. To name a few -- Dolphin Research Center specializes in education and research and is open to the public. The Dolphin Research Center provides many options for up-close experiences with dolphins - and yes, you can touch these beautiful creatures. There are quite a few levels of interaction with the dolphins. Theater of the Sea in Islamorada provides a fun and informative way to spend a day learning about the sea life in the Florida Keys. This a great activity for families with elementary and middle school aged children and even adults that just want to have fun. Crane Point Museum, a historic site, provides a wonderful walking trail with butterfly gardens and plant and animal observation areas and a wild bird rehabilitation center.
Coral Key is populated with a unique mix of local residents working in the area, fisherman, crab and lobster trappers, and retired professionals who just love to live in the tropical weather. At nights we stroll through our little island and across the road to Conch Key."