The Village of Islamorada encompasses six of the Florida Keys, namely:
- Plantation Key
- Windley Key
- Upper Matecumbe Key
- Lower Matecumbe Key
- Indian Key
- Lignumvitae Key
Located in Monroe County, just south of Miami and northeast of Key West, this 120-mile island chain is one of the most desirable places to live in the Sunshine State. Known for laid-back island living, Islamorada is surrounded by the bountiful waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean. It is also within proximity of the Everglades National Park and the Straits of Florida.
It is the obvious choice for buyers who enjoy being outdoors. Local attractions include Anne’s Beach, Founders Park, Windley Key Fossil Reef Geological State Park, Lignumvitae Key Botanical State Park, and Indian Key Historic State Park. Islamorada’s varied terrain includes sandy beaches, tropical forests, and mangroves. The village is also home to world-class diving and snorkeling sites. It is also home to significant archeological and historical sites like ancient burial mounds, former quarries, and the ruins of an 1800s town.
The housing market is no less remarkable. Buyers can choose from a fine selection of single-family homes, townhomes, and condos. The most common architectural styles include Mediterranean, Modern, and Contemporary. The most coveted homes are waterfront properties with spacious balconies, private boat slips, outdoor pools, and beach access.
Islamorada is known as “The Sport Fishing Capital of the World” with regular sailfish tournaments and yacht and fishing clubs. It is the perfect place to live for those who love being out on the water. There’s also plenty to do indoors with cultural destinations like the History of Diving Museum, Florida Keys History & Discovery Center, and Morada Way Arts & Cultural District.
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