Category Big Pine Key
Adorable Big Pine Key Canal Home. This 3BR/2BA has a partial wrap around deck from which you can enjoy our amazing Keys sunsets. The kitchen has been remodeled with new wood cabinets, porcelain sink and corian counters. Great family home.
Big Pine in particular is one of the largest and most interesting Islands in the Keys. It has a population just over 5000 and as of Sept 2005-there were homes starting at $340,000. As you get closer to the water or buy a home on a canal, the prices rise accordingly. But there are quite a few different developments, mostly of single family houses, and some are pricier than others.
Water depth affects prices, and some areas have about 15 inches and some have 3-4 feet. Obviously this means you can have a certain kind of boat in some areas that won’t work in other areas. It depends what you’re looking for. The shallower areas have more direct and private access to a lot of the wilder and more pristine parts of the Island and adjacent backcountry...Read More
The Lower Keys
For the Real Estate buyer or investor, the Lower Keys start at Mile Marker 30 or Big Pine Key
You have arrived in a world that is more laid back, slower-paced, more isolated in most ways, and geographically shaped differently.
* Until now you’ve been driving along the mostly northeast-to-southwest spine of each narrow Key, ocean to your left, Florida Bay or the Gulf of Mexico to your right, with neither body of water more than a few hundred feet away (or much less), for almost 100 miles
* Now, beginning at Spanish Harbor, you head north and then due west, before resuming (at Cudjoe Key) the trek towards the southwest (direction: Key West) that you’ve been traveling ever since you left Key Largo. (Ever wonder why it’s Key West and not Key South?)
* And something else i...Read More