Casey Key provides opportunities for luxury and waterfront homes, direct Gulf-front, bay front and even some Gulf-to-bay estates. Mature and tropical vegetation abounds here with sweeping oaks lining the secluded roadways.
History of Casey Key
Many years ago, 150 to be exact, the island was known as "Chaise's Key." The island was named after U.S. Army Captain John Charles Casey while he was assigned to remove the Seminole Indians from this area. During Casey's tenure, he assisted the U.S. government with the original coastal survey resulting in his name's placement on the map attached to the inlet south of the island (Venice Inlet). "Chaise's Key" was renamed "Treasure Island" during the 1920s Florida land boom. After the boom turned bust, the name reverted to Casey Key.
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Casey Key Waterfront Property
Casey Key is a beautiful tropical island south of the Sarasota mainland. Many of the island's homes are private gated estates with Gulf and Bay access. There are a few small cabanas on the beach side of some properties. The island's beach is pristine, and every day is special in this tropical paradise. You'll find properties with incredible waterfront views here. Many celebrities, seeking private estates have made Casey Key their home.
Residential real estate buyers searching for homes on Casey Key have options that include everything from older ranch-style beach cottages ready for a renovation to elaborate and luxurious mansions draped in tropical foliage. The new homes have all of the sate of the art features that today's luxury buyers demand. Show Less...