Wednesday, March 13, 2013 / by Lela Ashkarian
Lela Ashkarian, 305-395-0814
Coury Drive half acre, cleared lot in an upsacle neighborhood of Key Colony Beach community. Walking distance from Sunset Park.
Prior to the early 1950s, Shelter Key (on which most of Key Colony Beach is located) was a 97-acre low-lying island. Then, Phil Sadowski began dredging around the island, adding to its size and increasing its height to six feet above mean sea level, and later built developments on the island. Incorporation would become a blessing in 1960 for Key Colony Beach. Imagine, I was planted in this Island 1983 and fall in love with the lifestyle in Florida Keys. I Stayed, In Marathon Florida Keys, invested and grew my business .. I can help you too..
I don't know if you have already begun to notice friends, family members and neighbors who can benefit from knowing about my consulting, negotiating, and organizational skills.
The next time you're in a conversation with a friend, family member or neighbor and they mention that they would like to buy/sell/, I know you wouldn't want them to miss out on the kind of benefits I've helped you get, so I'm wondering who comes in mind and how quickly can you pick up your cell phone and call me so that I can start helping right away?
Key Colony Beach is reached over the Sadowski Causeway, which connects Key Colony Beach to Marathon, Florida on the east side of the city. It lies directly south of the City of Marathon, spanning a narrow cut.
Along the causeway are some charter fishing boats and a dockside restaurant called Sparky's Landing. At the base of the causeway, West Ocean Drive branches off first to the right and East Ocean Drive soon after branches to the left. On West Ocean Drive is the police station, along with the post office and town hall. In the same vicinity is a small park with a fountain and a gazebo. The entire ocean-facing side of West Ocean Drive is lined by various condominium complexes, luxury homes, and home site such as this one.