Has become a go-to destination for enthusiasts of coastal living in Florida.
The Lynne Koy Group ranks #1 in total sales volume on Bird Key and is especially keen in luxury sales. Since 2006, we have sold more than $122 million on Bird Key.
Bird Key was an untouched island until 1914 when Thomas Worcester of Cincinnati built a fourteen-room mansion on the key. During the early 1920s, John Ringling bought many acres of real estate in the area, including Bird Key. Ida Ringling North, the only sister of John Ringling, occupied Bird Key in the 1940s. Later, in 1960, Bird Key was developed by the Arvida Corporation and 511 home sites were approved. The total island is 142.5 acres.
As one of the most exclusive of Sarasota neighborhoods, Bird Key combines luxury and location with superior amenities for boaters, such as deep-water canals, direct access to Sarasota Bay and the private Bird Key Yacht Club. And today, the key is comprised of luxurious homes along the waterfront. Bird Key has become a go-to destination for enthusiasts of coastal living in Florida.
Bird Key offers canal and bay front locations as well as non-waterfront lots. A neighborhood in the strictest sense of the word, it holds no commercial enterprises. Many of the oldest residences have undergone major renovations, or have been removed and replaced by larger luxurious homes.
Prices of Bird Key real estate listings range from $550,000 to over $5,000,000. You'll be sure to find a home within your price range that includes everything you need in your next property, along with a luxurious lifestyle you can only find in this area of Sarasota.