Upper Keys Waterfront Search

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Upper Keys

“Upper Keys” describes the 42-mile stretch of islands from Key Largo at mile marker “MM” MM107 to Long Key at MM65. Following US-1 from the mainland of Florida at Homestead, the first key you reach is Key Largo. Traveling south, you’ll eventually cross Tavernier Creek and reach Plantation Key, which is the northernmost point of the area of the Florida Keys known as Islamorada. Islamorada is not an island, or key, but rather a group of keys comprised of Plantation Key, Windley Key, Upper Matecumbe Key, and Lower Matecumbe Key. The southernmost island in the Upper Keys is Long Key with the ending of the Upper Keys marked as the center point of the Long Key Bridge.

Your first decision when choosing a home to purchase in the Florida Keys is, “Which section of the Keys is the best fit for me?” If the Upper Keys is where you feel most comfortable, you need to narrow your search to a specific Zone, or key, within the Upper Keys. Some prefer Key Largo, while others prefer a section of Islamorada, or Long Key. Your search begins here at WaterfrontAuthority.com. Your next step is to contact Trae Zipperer and arrange a day and time to meet in the Keys. Once in the Keys with an experienced waterfront real estate broker to guide you, you’ll be able to select the best property and become an owner in this tropical paradise with gin clear water and water sports second to none.

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