The Florida Keys—known for pristine beaches, cool vibes, and unmatched tropical beauty—are a prime vacation destination for sun-seeking travelers.
Folks who drop in on the Keys often wind up dreaming about owning a slice of this balmy haven. For them, we’ve found one such dreamy opportunity—a one-of-a-kind compound on Islamorada currently available for $9.5 million.
Known as Fish Ranch, the 3-acre spread features three separate homes, a dazzling pool that stretches 100 feet long, and 250 feet of private beach frontage.
“A piece of land like this in the Keys is really unique,” says listing agent Claire Johnson. Much of the Florida Keys is either protected or packed with houses, which means little land to spread out and little privacy for residents. That’s not the case with Fish Ranch.
The property is currently being used by one family, but it offers endless possibilities. With so much space and three homes already on site, this location could easily become a retreat center or group vacation spot. All three homes are in turn-key condition.
“If new owners wanted to, they could choose to build additional structures on the property,” says Johnson. Perhaps it could transform into a small boutique hotel, or an Airbnb rental.
Among the three homes, there are six bedrooms, seven baths, and three half-baths. Each home has two stories and is equipped with a deck overlooking the ocean. The pool has a walk-in entrance and in-water lounge.
The property comes with private beach access, a putting green, and cabana with a kitchen and dining area.
Located in the Upper Keys just below Key Largo, Islamorada is about 100 miles south of Miami and 86 miles from Key West. The isle is known for its white beaches, swaying palms, and turquoise waters. It’s quite simply paradise.
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