“Brenda has been Successfully Servicing and Selling in the Beautiful Florida Keys since 2003”
When Jimmy Buffett sings about "Changes in Latitude, Changes in Attitude" in the Florida Keys, he has things absolutely right. The Florida Keys are casual, relaxed, and dedicated to preserving their laid-back nature. Leave your neckties and high heels at home. Business as usual in the Keys means "No jacket required". The Florida Keys stretch some 200 sun-drenched miles from
Biscayne Bay to the Dry Tortugas, encompassing innumerable islands, reefs,
lakes, bays, and beaches.
The largest of the Florida Keys is the first Key - Key Largo. The most famous of the Florida Keys is Key West - the last Key in the string of islands. The Florida Keys are linked by 42 bridges scattered along the 126-mile Overseas Highway. Businesses and residents refer to where you are in the Florida Keys by the Mile Marker - the green and white markers along the highway. The Florida Keys environment ranges from the fragility of America's only living coral reefs to the seemingly impenetrable mangrove fortresses of the back country. Crystal-clear aqua-marine waters beckon you to explore their living tapestry of undersea life. In the Florida Keys, life focuses on the water.
We break the Florida Keys into three main sections - the Upper Keys, the Middle
Keys and the Lower Keys.
The Upper Keys are from MM 108 to 65 and is where
Key Largo, Matecumbe Key, and Islamorada (the "Village of Islands") are located.
The Middle Keys are from MM 64 to MM 40 and includes thecities of Duck Key, Grassy Key, Key Colony Beach plus Marathon and the 7-mile bridge.
Then the Lower Keys is from MM 40 to 0 and includes Bahia Honda, Big Pine Key, Key West and a few Keys in between like Little Torch Key, Ramrod Key, Cudjoe Key, Summerland Key and Sugarloaf Key. Next we come upoun Key Haven, Stock Island then Key West. Each area of the Florida Keys is unique to itself.
The K Company Realty