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Despite its relative exclusivity compared to some of the other keys, dining, retail, and other lifestyle options are not limited. Fine dining, waterside lunch spots, boating docks, full-service grocery options, pharmacies, dry cleaners, a post office, beach boutiques, beauty salons, and local watering holes - just to name a few - are all centrally located. You won’t find island fever here. In fact, you may never need to leave the key at all.

Real estate is mostly comprised of single-family Homes For Sale On Longboat Key, Condos For Sale On Longboat Key, And Longboat Key Real Estate, a lot of which are apart of communities with such fine amenities as tennis courts, pools, exercise centers, water views, and beach access. If you desire an island life, come on over the bridge and allow us to show you around.  For more information on Longboat Key, please click here to visit their website.


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Recently rated as the 8th best island in the nation, Longboat Key is a sliver of paradise situated south of Anna Maria Island and just north of Lido Key. A barrier island, its beachfront properties boast views of both Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico so take your pick. Locals and tourists alike access the quaint town via the John Ringling Causeway through Lido Key or State Road 684 through Bradenton, both of which deliver drivers to Gulf of Mexico Drive. This single lane roadway is a comfortable cruise with access to private and gated boulevards branching off to refined residential neighborhoods, high-rise condos, and charming vacation rentals. 

Perhaps the most attractive quality about homes for sale on Longboat Key, condos for sale on Longboat Key, and Longboat Key Real Estate is that the geography in the Gulf coupled with its limited access makes it feel like you’re truly on an island. With water views to your left and right and open road before you, you feel like you’re somewhere special and secluded. Yet drive southbound a short ways and over the Ringling bridge, and you’ll find yourself in historic downtown Sarasota.