This ultra-contemporary Gulf-to-bay estate on Casey Key in Florida has entered the market for $7.9 million.
Sited on the coveted north end of the barrier island, the 1.2-acre property includes access to a private beach.
Designed by award-winning architect Guy Peterson in collaboration with international architect and interior designer Robert Couturier, the home embodies the Sarasota School of Architecture movement.
Master builder Michael K. Walker and Associates crafted the 6,552-square-foot, three-level residence with four en-suite bedrooms, two half baths, an office, and elevator.
Shell concrete floors and mahogany surfaces complement walls of windows that showcase stunning Gulf views; outdoor terraces can be accessed from every room.
The premium kitchen, outfitted with opaque glass surfaces, is perfect for entertaining.
Outside, multiple sun decks, a saltwater pool and several reflection pools are set against the breathtaking backdrop of Sarasota Bay.
A boat dock and lift provide direct water access; on the Gulf side of the property, a private beach awaits.
Located at 814 N. Casey Key Road in Osprey, the home is marketed exclusively by Thomas Netzel and Sandy Gillette of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s Downtown Sarasota office. Additional listing details can be viewed here.
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