This Landmark Private Island in the Florida Keys Could Be Yours
79775 Overseas Highway, Upper Matecumbe Key, Islamorada, Florida
The thin road that connects the gated island to the highway was built in the 1950s.
A naval depot called Fort Paulding was established on the island during the Seminole War of 1838. Though it's currently known as Terra's Key, it's also been call Boys Key, Tea Table, and Umbrella Cay throughout the years.
A blue-and-white color scheme helps the man-made structures blend into the landscape.
The 3,104-square-foot residence once belonged to Sir Bernard Ashley, widower of designer Laura Ashley.
There's nothing to see but ocean and palm trees here.
When you've had enough of the Atlantic, why not take a dip in the tranquil inground pool?
Quintessential Key West
We're pretty sure this is what dreams are made of.