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A Beachfront Casey Key Home is Sarasota’s Top October Seller

The beach to bay residence sold for $3.2 million.

11/04/2016 By Ilene Denton

Guide to Beaches

A Guide to Sarasota Beaches

An insider's guide to Sarasota beaches.

12/01/2015 By John McCarthy

Home & Garden

Step Inside Four Stunning Sarasota Beach Houses

Whatever its size or style, owning a beach house makes you happy.

12/01/2015 By Ilene Denton

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A Casey Key Home Gets a Magnificent Landscape Design

A five-acre landscape design honors the home's beautiful natural setting.

09/30/2015 By Ilene Denton

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Photo of the Week: Storm on Casey Key Beach

This week: A reminder of how delicate the balance of nature really is on Casey Key beach.

07/30/2015 By Bobbilynn Hollifield

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Rosie O'Donnell is Selling Her Casey Key Home

Rosie O'Donnell is selling her Casey Key home after just three years.

02/11/2015 By Bob Plunket

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First Time on the Market: Sarasota School Home on Casey Key

For the first time since it was built, a Tim Siebert-designed Sarasota School of Architecture home has come on the Casey Key real estate market.

04/11/2014 By Bob Plunket

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James Carville and Mary Matalin Purchase Homes in Sarasota

A new wave of stars and CEOs discovers Sarasota real estate.

12/02/2013 By Bob Plunket

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Top of the Heap: Inside the Most Expensive Home in Sarasota

Bob Plunket takes us on a tour of a Casey Key stunner.

11/27/2013 By Bob Plunket

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Rosie O'Donnell Buys $5 Million Dollar House on Casey Key

The strange story of how Rosie O'Donnell came to buy a $5 million dollar house on Casey Key.

10/28/2013 By Megan McDonald

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Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast Celebrates Its 10th Anniversary

Sarasota's Conservation of the Gulf Coast celebrates its 10th anniversary with a celebration at black-and-white photographer Clyde Butcher's Venice studio.

09/02/2013 By Megan McDonald

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Casey Key Home Boasts Grand Asian-Inspired Landscape Design

An Asian pagoda garden on Casey Key was the first step in an Asian-inspired landscape design.

08/01/2013 By Ilene Denton Photography by Max Kelly