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Casey Key is a beautiful location offering tropical, oceanside properties overlooking serene beaches and crystal blue waters. Browse available Casey Key real estate directly below, or read more about this location further down the page

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Casey Key Location Information

Where is Casey Key, FL?

Casey Key is a 7-mile long barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico just off the southwest coast of Florida. The southernmost point of Casey Key begins just northwest of the town of Venice, Florida, while the northernmost end connects to Siesta Key via Midnight Pass, which can only be traversed by foot. 

The inner waters between Casey Key and the mainland are known as Blackburn Bay. 

How is Casey Key accessed?

Casey Key can be accessed from the mainland at two points: a northern bridge and a southern bridge. The northern bridge is located at the town of Osprey, while the southern entrance is at Laurel, just north of Venice. The northern entrance can be reached from downtown Sarasota in approximately 20 to 30 minutes. 

What is Casey Key known for?

Casey Key is known for its elegant Floridian architecture, quiet atmosphere, and long uncrowded beaches. Private docks and direct beach access are two defining features of the luxury Casey Key real estate market. As such, Casey Key properties are some of the most prestigious and sought-after in southwest Florida.

What is Casey Key Real Estate like?

Most of the homes for sale on Casey Key are large single-family homes. These display a range of evergreen styles including Spanish-revival, Modernist, and beach bungalow.

Some of the grandest homes on Casey Key range upwards of 6,000 square feet in size, and exhibit the best of Florida's modern architectural styles. Elements include light, floating spaces, wall-to-wall-to-ceiling windows, open interiors, and large decks or balconies. All of these are accompanies by the simple and sleek lines, exposing the core of the home's design and construction.

Where Casey Key narrows in the north, some properties enjoy access and views of both the Gulf of Mexico and the interior Blackburn Bay.

While all homes on Casey Key can be regarded as "high end" there are many more unassuming and cozy properties to choose from. Beach cottages and bungalows below 1,000 square feet in size are dotted about. Many of the homes feature covered lanai pools, elevated decks, ground-floor parking, and lush gardens. 

What are Things To Do In Casey Key, Florida?

Casey Key is a fantastic location for enjoying Florida's favorite activities, like fishing, boating, kayaking, beachcombing, snorkeling, wildlife spotting, and sunbathing. 

Wildlife in the area includes dolphins, manatees, and various coastal birds.

Other attractions on Casey Key Include

  • Nokomis Public Beach
  • Casey Key Marina at Blackburn Point Swing Bridge
  • Midnight Pass
  • North Jetty Park, which includes a playground and the North Jetty Tap & Grill
  • Various fishing charters and B&Bs

Another popular activity is combing the beach for shells and fossilized shark teeth. 

For commercial conveniences, residents can easily access the towns of Laurel, Nokomis, and Venice for shopping, banking, and more.