Islamorada is a perennial favorite in the Florida Keys real estate market for its easy livability. Buyers are drawn to the area for its unique blend of tranquil waterfront living and lively entertainment spots - not to mention the crystal clear waters and world renowned off-shore fishing found in the area. Located in southern Islamorada is a neighborhood that perfectly embodies all the best of Islamorada - Port Antigua.
Homes in Port Antigua are highly sought after for their location, luxury, and top notch neighborhood amenities. This stunning neighborhood is located at Mile Marker 75 in Lower Matecumbe, offering a quiet living experience that other neighborhoods in Islamorada cannot boast - though still located just a short drive away from popular attractions in the area.
Port Antigua is an upscale neighborhood of all waterfront luxury homes. Situated on the bay side of the island, Port Antigua is a top choice for boat owners. Not only is the neighborhood known for having oversized wide canals, but houses in Port Antigua also come equipped with deep water dockage and a private boat ramp. This combination ensures that owners with boats of any size can live in Port Antigua. Adding to its reputation as a premier boaters' community is its location. Port Antigua is located near both Channel 2 and Channel 5 bridges, allowing easy access to the ocean for all size boats - including tower boats.
Probably the best known feature of the neighborhood is its private beach. Residents of Port Antigua have exclusive access to a beautiful mile long, sandy beach. Not only is the beach absolutely beautiful, but it is equipped with great features as well. Port Antigua beach has a great waterfront jogging path, as well as tiki huts and BBQ grills for residents' enjoyment. Sandy beaches are highly coveted in the Keys, and a private, pristine, prodigious one like Port Antigua's beach adds to the prestige of this already wonderful neighborhood.
For great luxury real estate in Islamorada with top amenities and a beautiful waterfront address, check out Lower Matecumbe's Port Antigua.