ANGLERS REEF is quiet oceanfront community of Key West inspired homes, streets, and walking paths, that wind through a quaint village-style retreat. Located at Mile Marker 85 by Theater of the Sea, Windley Key Geographical Site, Snake Creek Marina & some of the best bars and restaurants in Islamorada.
The house is in a quiet section of the community, away from the highway and just 2 homes from the ocean. Our porches, are shaded, and face a tree lined yard with a view of the ocean.
OCEANFRONT RESORT-STYLE SWIMMING POOL
The pool is both heated & chilled, so that it is always a perfect 87 degrees.
TWO PRIVATE SANDY BEACHES
The South Beach has a shore line & ocean access. A tandem kayak sits on the beach for your use, (additional kayak, paddle boards, jet ski & boat rentals are available close by and available for drop-off to your beach or dock).
The North Beach, a white sandy beach, is located just steps from the house.
DEEP WATER MARINA
Our boat slip, with direct ocean access, is available for rent and is also just steps away from the house. But whether or not you use our slip, the marina is part of the community and enjoyed by all guests.
Built in 2007, this home, is bright and cheery with tile floors, high ceilings, and many large windows. It is newly decorated for the Keys and surrounded by lush tropical landscaping.
The main floor has an open plan with, tile floors, granite counters, stainless appliances, flat screen TV w/DVD players, cable with ALL PREMIUM CHANNELS, A DVR, Fast WiFi and a SONOS wireless speaker system.
There are 2 bedroom suites with flat screen TV’s and private baths located on the 2nd floor. Both baths have frameless glass showers and granite vanities. Rear bedroom has ocean view and private porch.
Parks in Islamorada, Village of Islands: Just 2 miles north is Islamorada Founders Park at MM 87 Bayside, which offers activity or relaxation for the whole family. An Olympic-sized pool with diving area, a shallow water beach, water sports rentals, ball fields, fishing jetty, bocce, tennis and basketball courts, vita course with 18 exercise stations, multi-purpose path, skate park and dog park all are within the 40-acre park. Fees may apply. Village municipal parks also include the Islamorada Library Beach and Anne’s Beach. There is the Windley Key State Geological Site, a state park, at the site of a former coral rock quarry. In addition to shady walks through unique foliage, fossils of sea creatures can be seen throughout the park. A free guidebook is available at the visitors center for use during your stay in the park. Islamorada also offers an 18-mile bicycle path that extends the length of the Village.
Scuba/Snorkel! : Islamorada, long recognized as the 'Sport Fishing Capital of the World,' is now an icon among sport divers for a similar reason: a massive population of tropical marine life. High profile coral heads and broad ledges shelter huge congregates of French grunt and goat fish, while regal queen angelfish casually graze amid the reef recesses. Friendly green moray eels swim freely along the spur-and-groove channels, and reclusive nurse sharks lurk beneath the overhangs. Islamorada offers a wide variety of shallow coral reefs, mini walls, shipwrecks, and even an underwater habitat for scientific research, the Aquarius. To learn more about Islamorada or any other manner of local lore, stop by the Chamber of Commerce at MM 82.5.
*The Eagle - This 287 ft ship was intentionally sunk in 110 ft of water as a dive attraction, cloaked in sponge & coral, populated by grunt, harpoon & jack. *Davis Reef - Reef revered for its incredible concentration of grunts & schoolmaster snapper, as well as several amiable resident green morays, long accustomed to benign interaction with the dive masters. *Alligator Reef - Now marked by a 136-ft-tall lighthouse, on this spot in 1822 the USS Alligator grounded & sank while protecting a convoy from pirates; remains of the wreck are the twin piles of ballast stones, but the coral reef - in just 25 ft of water - is vibrant and alive. *Conch Wall - Offering a precipitous sloping wall & captivating concentrations of barrel sponge & gorgonia punctuating seafloor. *Crocker Wall - A 450+-foot-long wall in 50 ft of water. The wall has a 30 ft decline and features grunts, yellow tail &grouper with spur-and-groove coral & block coral.
*Pickles Reef - Reef's minutia in 15-25 ft of water.