ISLAMORADA BUYER AND SELLER
We sold our oceanfront home in only 88 days. Typically, a home in this price range can take 1-3 years!!! John was always available for our questions and concerns. I would recommend him and his agency without hesitation. In addition, he assisted us in purchasing a condo for our downsizing move. He negotiated a super price for us. The condo has appreciated approximately 30% according to Zillow calculations.
-Buyer Joe Sachs
Canal Front Homes for sale in Islamorada
Canal Front homes in Islamorada offer many advantages of living by the water in the Florida Keys. Water access is such an important aspect of living in the Florida Keys. Homes with open water views and access can be very pricey and perhaps out of the price range of many real estate buyers. Many homes in Islamorada are located in neighborhoods with a series of canals. These canals offer protected dockage for boats. There is a feeling of community in these canal front neighborhoods. Living in a canal front provides more protection from the elements that living on open water does not have. The house and the boat are both out of direct wind. Wake effect from other boats is minimized due to the canal environment. These type of homes offer convenience in closing up should this be a second home purchase. Most of the canal front homes in Islamorada are located on the bayside. This provides easy water access to the gulf and Florida Bay. If the home buyer or owner is interested in ocean fishing, he should be aware of closest bridge location and boat height access of the bridge. One of the reasons that Islamorada is called the Fishing Capital of the Florida Keys, is because of great bridge access, providing the Islamorada canal front home owner easy access to both the bay and the ocean.
Many times,canals are located within neighborhoods with a combination of open water homes, land locked homes and then of course canal front homes. In some places, the neighborhood is designed with all canal front homes. Plantation Key and Lower Matecumbe are the islands in Islamorada that have a selection of canal front homes.