A lush 26-acre island off the coast of Florida that features two tennis courts and access to a private club has hit the market for $75 million.
Pumpkin Key, just a 10-minute helicopter ride from Miami’s South Beach, had previously been listed for $95 million in 2020 but did not sell at the time.
The little “paradise”, located in Florida’s Card Bay, between Key Largo and the mainland, has a house described as a “pool house”.
Pumpkin Key also features 12 one-acre waterfront developable lots and a 23-slip marina capable of accommodating a megayacht.
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Pumpkin Key, a lush green island just a 10-minute helicopter ride from Miami’s South Beach, is for sale for $75 million.
A marina with 23 piers capable of accommodating a megayacht is also one of the island’s main features.
The island has a house described as a ‘house with a pool’
The two tennis courts in the center of the island become a heliport
Pumpkin Key has three separate apartments, a main office on the dock, a white sand beach, and two tennis courts in the center of the island that convert into a helipad.
But that’s not all, as the steep price also includes an oceanfront “mainland home” at Key Largo’s Ocean Reef Club with a 100-foot dock that’s a four-minute boat ride from the island.
The Ocean Reef Club, a private club with a strict dress code, has its own jet airport, a members-only hotel, restaurants, another marina and two 18-hole golf courses.
Pumpkin Key is also well equipped with basic amenities such as fiber optic cable for internet, water and electricity.
The listing agent, Liz Hogan of Compass, said USA Today that the island will be purchased by a family or inherited estate or developer and sold piecemeal.
‘There are two ways this will be sold. Either it will go for a family looking for a family resort and an inherited property or a developer will buy it to build on the island and sell the pieces.’
Hogan also said the island is currently owned by a Midwestern family who has used it as a family compound, but that new generations have grown from it.
An aerial shot of the house with a pool on the island.
Pumpkin Key also has a white sand beach to relax on.
In addition to a house with a pool, Pumpkin Key has three separate apartments.
The bedroom of one of the apartments on the island.
The Ocean Reef Club, a private club with a strict dress code, has its own jet airport, a members-only hotel, restaurants, another marina and two 18-hole golf courses. It is only four minutes by boat from the island.
Pumpkin Key’s listing comes weeks after a James Bond-style island hideaway with its own helipad hit the market for $16.5 million.
Known as East Sister Rock Island, this nearly one-and-a-half-acre enclave sits off the coast of the Florida Keys and is home to a sprawling 2,300-square-foot main house as well as a detached guest cottage. as housing on the land.
The idyllic island landscape features 800 feet of shoreline, a boat dock, a swimming pool, and a private helipad.
Between the house and the cabin there are a total of three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Originally built in the 1980s, the secluded sanctuary was designed to be self-sufficient.
Another island, a James Bond-style lair on East Sister Rock Island in the Florida Keys, is also for sale for $16.5 million.
The East Sister Rock property was built in the 1980s and is self-sufficient with its own solar and wind battery and fresh water cistern.
The residence has 800 feet of ocean frontage and has a swimming pool.
The island has its own off-grid battery backup that is powered by solar panels and a wind turbine.
For plumbing, water is collected from the pyramid-style roof and pumped through a 15,000-gallon freshwater cistern.
Property highlights include a coral reef, a chef’s kitchen, a large entertainment space with media area and bar, as well as a games corner, not to mention 360-degree ocean views from literally any room. place of property.
The beauty of the property is in its details, such as the hardwood floors, beamed ceilings, and plenty of windows and sliding doors to enjoy the ocean views.
The rooms, with high ceilings with high-gloss reflective paint, offer unobstructed views of the ocean.
Naturally, the house is made for outdoor living: you’ll find an outdoor kitchen, a living room, a spacious pergola, and a dock for boats and water toys.
Ember Duran of luxury real estate firm The Agency owns the property.