This private, gated gulf and bay front compound is located at 411 N Casey Key Road in Osprey, FL. It spans over 300 feet of private, white sand beaches on nearly 3 acres of land and includes 3 separate custom residences. The compound boasts a total of 11 bedrooms, 13.5 bathrooms and over 11,000 square feet of living space. The two main homes boasts a seaside sculpture garden, swimming pools with cascading rock fountain, several dining and sun decks and access to a private boat dock. The tennis court is situated between the 2 Gulf-front homes. The third home is located near Little Sarasota Bay. Each of the 3 homes boast a 2-car garage. It is listed at $19,000,000.

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  • Daniel

    This is single family as much as Rush Limbaugh is a liberal. Honestly, build a couple townhomes on the property, convert it into a timeshare and call it a day. Stunning waste of space and building materials.

    Oh, and the house(s) is crap.




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    • Barney

      JEEZ, Daniel……EVEN the incredible lot and views aren’t ANY good at all?!? You’re impossible 🙁 LOL

      It’s an inarguable fact that the location is STUNNING, hands down. Even if it is on the “wrong side of Florida”. I actually like all three of the buildings, although they all need to be extensively redecorated (and possibly painted on the outside)….they’re still perfect for the climate & locale. I also LOVE a good amount of the furniture. Maybe the thing I love the most is that there IS NOT, REPEAT NOT, a MC-FREAKIN-MANSION on the lot….being ridiculously formal, over done, and entirely too grandiose….all for NO legitimate purpose at all. This property is a true, terrific throwback to what genuine, casual Florida living is all about. I could be quite happy vacationing there and having long-term family & friends as guests, regularly.




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      • Daniel

        I would have taken a “McMansion” over this pile of rubble any day. And the views, although stunning, are not exactly rare considering the 1,000 miles of coastline Florida enjoys. It looks like the owners were going for an architectural wonder and got a mess. I said it before and I will say it again: contemporary homes are VERY hard to pull off correctly, without making it look cheap/industrial/cold/UUUGGGLLLYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

        And if I wanted “genuine, casual Florida living”, I would pack my beach umbrella and towel and bask in the sun. I’m sorry, but this home or that lifestyle have no appeal to me. If I’m on the oceanfront, I think I should have a home that reflects the value of the land, whether it’s 20,000 or 80,000 square-feet. This place is crap, and maybe would be nice as a corporate retreat. As a private home, it fails in all aspects 🙂

        The asking price is beyond ridiculous, and when I said on the wrong side of Florida and the asking price drops to $8.9 million, you’ll know what I meant 😉




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  • Cole

    Way overpriced. For $4 million, it’s a deal.




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  • Tommy Dunaway

    I checked it out on Goggle maps and the road runs right through the middle of the property. I agree with Cole’s post.




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  • mattc

    The houses lack any architectural character on the exterior to me at all.
    Could it have been a time share they converted into a house? Must have been given the way the place looks !
    Good luck to the owners getting anywhere near their asking price in this market. I’m saying it’s worth the land value plus a couple million, max.




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  • Bryan in CLT

    Am I the only one who gets an 80’s Miami Vice vibe from this place?




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    • Iemand

      Now that you’re saying that….




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