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Private island in South Florida asks $24.5M

The property includes a manor house built in 1928
By Business Insider | March 28, 2015 10:00AM

An island off the coast of Florida is up for sale. With 104 acres of pristine wilderness and 3.5 miles of oceanfront, the island is a certifiable semi-tropical paradise. It also has a four-bedroom Spanish villa-style home on it, built in 1928.

Though the asking price is $24.5 million, the owners are looking to move quickly and all serious offers will be considered until April 30th.

For a $100,000 deposit, interested buyers can take a private tour around the island.

Michael Saunders and Company has the listing.

An entire mass of land in South Florida called Little Bokeelia Island is up for sale.

The island covers 104 acres.

It sits near regular “Bokeelia island”, which is itself very close the much larger Pine Island. All the islands sit off the west coast of Florida, near the metropolitan area of Fort Myers.

The property also includes a manor house originally built in 1928.