July 11, 2011

New Listings, Closed Sales and Pending Sales in the Florida Keys - June 27th to July 10


The Fourth of July weekend in the Florida Keys was a busy one, with most people out enjoying the fishing, diving and other water adventures off our shores. This past weekend was still busy but perhaps a bit more laid back as we continue into summer.

On land, the real estate market was still showing signs of stability with 29 new listings, 25 pending sales and 24 closings over the last two weeks.

New Listing in Venetian Shores - $1,325,000
Among the activity, a gorgeous new home in Venetian Shores came on the market. This 3 bedroom, 3 bath house is in the very back of Venetian Shores, offering peace and quiet from the sounds of the Overseas Highway. It has a small pool, 70 feet of dockage and instant access to both Florida Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. It is offered at $1,325,000

Pending Sale in Key Largo - listed at $999,000
Pending sales include a spacious waterfront home in Key Largo with Ocean views all around and over 154 feet of dockage. Entertaining area poolside provides the perfect Keys lifestyle. Interior features include large great room, granite kitchen and marble baths. It was offered at $999,000 at the time of contract.

Sold - 136 Coconut Row - sold for $244,000
Closed sales include a dry lot home in Tavernier that has been under contract more than once and has finally sold. This 3 bedroom, 3 bath home features unique wooden spiral staircase to all levels, open living/dining/kitchen are and a rooftop widows walk with panoramic views. It sold for $244,000.

Curious about other opportunities that are available on the market in the Florida Keys? Email or call today to start you search for the perfect Florida Keys home.

Click the links below to view the listings.

New Listings
Pending Sales
Closed Sales

Listing information gathered from the Florida Keys MLS.  Listing links will expire on August 10, 2011.

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