Islamorada is in the Upper Keys, home of world class fishing, scuba diving, boating, and relaxing. This lovely home sits on a canal and is on 3 lots…so there is plenty of room. The house includes five bedrooms and three bathrooms. Upstairs boasts a large kitchen with bar that leads out to an immense screened-in porch - a favorite gathering spot for all our guests. Three of the five bedrooms are located upstairs with two bathrooms, one of which is a master. The family room area includes a TV and a queen pull-out sofa and love seat. Downstairs holds another two bedrooms and another full bath as well as a common seating area which can also be used as a game room. The house has a laundry room, its own private fishing dock, as well as a boat slip at the marina.
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What Else To Do
This is a GREAT park. It has a beach, pool, bike/rollerblade paths, tennis courts, marina, work out course and more. It’s less than a mile down the road on the gulf side. There are bike/running paths from Venetian Shores to Founder’s Park. MM 86.5
Theater by the Sea
Just over the bridge near the famous Tiki bar, you can swim with the dolphins at Theater by the Sea. MM 84.5 Oceanside
Famous Ticki Bar
Also just over the bridge at mm , is the famous Tiki Bar. You must stop by and have a cocktail. They also have some shops, food and usually a live band. Home of the Rumruner. MM 84
Just a ways back North is a theater with 12 screens. They are usually up to date. MM 91 are all in this strip center. There are also some restaurants, bars and stores.
Key West (mile marker 1)
Take a drive down to Key West. Approximately 2 hours, but well worth the drive.
There are tons of restaurants in the Keys…to many to name, so we’ll just list a few for now. Most are in a 5 mile radius of the house. To find exactly the Mile Marker (if we didn’t list it), check in the phone book in the cupboard. They normally list menus too.
Lorelei Restaurant and Cabana Bar:
Islamarada Fish Company:
Mile Marker 88:
Key Lime Products: