Writer Carl Hiaasen listed his Islamorada home for $3.4 million, according to published reports.
Hiaasen, a novelist and columnist, is looking to sell the two-story home at 76400 Overseas Highway in the Florida Keys. The 1.85-acre property features six bedrooms, four bathrooms, a tiki hut, pool, patio and wood docks, and faces the bay.
Hiaasen has spent the majority of his career at the Miami Herald where he is still a columnist. The writer has also published a number of award-winning novels, including “Bad Monkey” and “Hoot,” the latter of which was turned into a movie.
Patti Stanley of the Native Connection is the listing agent, according to Realtor.com.
Property records show he and his wife, Fenia Clizer, bought the Islamorada home in 2012 from George Burl for an undisclosed amount. Before that, the property last sold in 1996 for $785,000.
Hiaasen also owns a home in Vero Beach, which is in Indian River County. He paid $595,000 for that house in 2004. [Realtor.com] – Katherine Kallergis