Tarpon Point

Nearby Fun
  • Launch your kayaks or paddle boards from the beach and paddle over to Indian Key State Park
  • Snorkel in the clear waters to view the sea life and maybe meet a manatee
  • Fish from the Observation Pier
  • Walk across the street to visit the famous Robbie’s. Enjoy a charter trip, rent your favorite water toys or boat, feed the Tarpon, dine at the restaurant/bar or browse the open-air shops.
  • Islamorada is known as the fishing capital of the world and The Village of Islands offers many upscale boutiques and restaurants.
Community Features
  • Gated entry
  • Tumble paver driveways and carports
  • Extensive tropical landscaping and preservation of existing mature trees
  • Private sandy beach and oceanfront sitting areas surrounded by natural conservation areas and lush landscaping
  • Short term dockage for up to three boats at Tarpon Point’s private on-site jetty with boat channel to the ocean and the entrance to Florida Bay
  • Resort-style, oceanfront swimming pool with pool system that has both gas and electric heaters and chillers
Residence Features
  • Patios and terraces with magnificent ocean views of the adjacent crystal clear flats, nearby reefs, and the distant deep blue/green ocean horizon
  • Both shaded and open sun terraces
  • Large, tile decked living and bedroom balconies
  • 9′-5″ Ceilings in living/dining areas and the lower level bedroom, vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom and two upper level bedrooms
  • Stone floors throughout
  • Stone foyers and stair treads
  • Ceiling fans in all living spaces
  • Full closet systems
  • Luxury elevators to all levels

Per our HOA: “Tarpon Point is not a resort. The homes are private homes and are the private property of the owners, some of whom live there full time. You need to be aware that you are sharing common areas with owners of the Tarpon Point Community. As a renter, it is imperative you ensure all of your party are respectful of both the private property in and around each home and respectful in your use of the common areas.”
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