Own the beach and build your dream home! Yes, you can own your own beach on a lush tropical island located only just a few hundred feet away from world-renowned Longboat Key, Florida. The island of Jewfish Key is adjacent to the Intracoastal Waterway and ideally located in Sarasota Bay at the inlet of Longboat Pass and the Gulf of Mexico. This one-acre property, one of 13 lots on the 38-acre Key, features its own white-sandy beach and includes two new boat docks, behind the property, on the Intracoastal Waterway. Five homes and a cottage currently occupy the Key, with a new home under construction to replace the cottage. The island is part of the town of Longboat Key and the town's dock is a short 1/3 mile trip away. Jewfish Key is minutes away to downtown Bradenton Beach, together offering more than 20 restaurants and nightlife accessible by boat. Longboat Pass and the surrounding waters offer direct-access to the Gulf of Mexico and are widely regarded as some of the best recreational boating and fishing waters in Florida. The secluded lot features approximately 248-feet of beachfront, surrounded by tall shade trees and protected vegetation. The beach-lot's western exposure, overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, ensures a nightly panoramic kaleidoscope of colors, wildlife, passing sailboats and sunsets, all accompanied by tropical breezes.
Gulf of Mexico Dr. to east on Broadway (very north end of Longboat). Turn right before MarVista Restaurant. Park at dock. Boat will pick you up per agreement with listing agent.
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