Venice FL Real Estate
The City of Venice is located in Southwest Florida on the Gulf of Mexico, midway between Tampa and Ft. Myers. Venice is known as the City on the Gulf because it is one of the few cities on the west coast of Florida that occupies a coastal area with no barrier island. Waterfront homes in Venice range from $144,900 for a manufactured home on Hatchett Creek with gulf access to a new bay front estate home on Eagle Point Drive with a deep water dock that accommodates a 60 foot yacht for $3,475,000.
What we now refer to as Venice Island was created in 1967 when the Army Corps of Engineers completed the Intra-coastal Waterway through the city.
Venice Beach Casino (bath house) 1959
The Venice beaches and coastal waters are the best places on the Gulf Coast to find fossilized shark's teeth. If you dive a couple of miles out you can find shark's teeth three to seven inches long. Every August Venice has a shark's tooth festival. The public beaches offer parking, picnic areas and restrooms. The gulf water is very clear and the sand is medium with shells washing in.
The ambiance of the island, the old Florida
flavor is protected by laws that limit the size and number of buildings. Learn about properties and neighborhoods. Are you interested in a private island, large estate, penthouse condo, gated neighborhood, extra security or a unique property? Need a deep water dock? Prefer a penthouse with your boat across the street at a full service marina?
Living in Venice
Venice offers a wide variety of theater, dining and shopping experiences. Spend a day shopping on palm tree lined avenues in this city graced by Italian architecture and beautifully landscaped boulevards. At a time when historic downtown areas seem to be vanishing, Venice, Florida is proud to have one that is very much alive.
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In the 1860's settlers arrived in the area of Venice for the free land of the Homestead Act. It was a farming area until the 1900's. In 1925, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers engaged famous city planner John Nolen and landscape architect Prentiss French to design a town reminiscent of its Italian namesake. Venice was incorporated as a town at that time.
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John & Nancy Werner
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Locations: Lakewood Ranch, Sarasota and Palm Beach County
.Venice Florida offers beautiful beaches, condos and homes.
The waterways are clear and beautiful.
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