Casey Key Villa Rental Rates
- In season (Jan., Feb., March, April) $8,000-10,000 per month.
Out of season - $5,000-6500 per month.
Villa Karina - Bayside,Waterfront, 4 Bedroom. This elegant, Mediterranean style villa is set on exclusive Casey Key, just south of Siesta Key, 10 minutes from Venice, 25 minutes to Sarasota. It fronts on a picturesque cove and is steps to a deeded private entrance unto 14 miles of secluded gulf coast beach (rated among top ten beaches in Florida.) Enjoy swimming, shelling, long walks and magnificent sunsets along the serene gulf waters. Palm trees, plantings and tropical flowers abound the property. The villa offers 3200 sq. ft., has four bedrooms, each with full bath, expansive living room, dining area, fully equipped kitchen . . . all newly decorated. And, there is al fresco dining on the terrace facing the cove and your own private pool.
From the 2nd floor master bedroom suite enjoy panoramic water views right from your king-sized bed. Or exit to a spacious balcony for your morning coffee. Adjoining the MBR suite is a separate, fully-equipped office with computer (DSL), fax scanner and printer. Other amenities: Deep water dock. Fish, swim or moor your own boat (up to 26 feet). Immediate access to inter-coastal waterway. Two kayaks, two-car garage. TV/VCR (CD) in LR and MBR. Central air-conditioning. You’ll find Casey Key, and the villa Karina, is for people who particularly enjoy privacy, serenity and gracious island living.
Local Interests:: Sarasota, just 18 miles north, is one for the most cultural cities in Florida. There are restaurants galore, some of the finest in the state. Performing arts, ballet, opera, Ringling Museum, art galleries, antique shops, marine aquarium, circus museum, 20 multiplex cinema and splendid shopping at St. Armand’s Circle. Ten golf courses within 30 min. Venice, ten minutes from the Villa, is a quaint village with a number of curiosity antique shops and seasonal fairs. Other easy trips include Ft. Myers, where you’ll find the Thomas Edison home and museum as well as Henry Ford’s winter home. Sanibel and Captiva islands are in the area.