Monday, March 21, 2016 / by Lela Ashkarian
A picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes, you can look at the picture of a home, a land in which you are interested and it clicks. Other times, you look at the picture and you just can't seem to connect with it. Either way, in order to determine if a home you see on paper or on the Internet is the ONE, you really need to see it in person.
Owner purchased this lot in January 2016, they want to sell, Do you want to know, Why? Call Lela Ashkarian, 305-395-0814
Your Retirement Home in Duck Key. Expired building permit for a 2 story, 3 bedroom, 2,450 sq. ft. pool home on this extra large lot across the street from Toms Harbor. You will have open water views from the upper living level. give me a call. Building plans available upon request. You can join the Duck Key Club. To view the Entire Florida Keys Duck Key Expensive Homes visit www.SearchFloridaKeysHomes.com or Click HERE
For the tennis enthusiast there are 2 Har-Tru tennis courts which are used for tournaments, daily singles and doubles matches - and there's plenty of time for casual play.
The club grounds consist of several acres and are beautifully landscaped with native trees and flowering shrubs. There is also a large Tiki Hut at one end of the pool is a favorite spot for monthly Tiki Tuesdays and informal happy hours.
Duck Key is located in the Florida Keys at Mile Marker 61 on the ocean side. The lifestyle in Duck Key is very laid back where neighbors, fish, snorkel and dive right off their doorstep. A casual existence that stresses year round outdoor life for which the Florida Keys are famous.
Grand canals traversed by ornate bridges tell of Duck Key’s European / West Indies heritage. Duck Keys is a natural island. A composite of five islands: Yacht Club Island, Center Island, Harbour Island, Plantation Island and Indies Island, which provide seclusion, privacy and security. Only one road connects Duck Key to the main highway US1.
SOLD IN DUCK KEY
432 Harbor Drive
Duck Key has been experiencing moderate growth since the early 1950’s when Bryan Newkirk, a Canadian businessman, first started the development of this 300 acre island. Actually, Mr. Newkirk discovered Duck Key after winning a golf game. The stakes were $10,000.00, or an island in the Florid Keys.