Make This 104-Acre Florida Island Your Dream Home

It's not cheap, but you could be lord of the manor at Little Bokeelia Island.

ByTaylor Popielarz
March 18, 2015, 4:02 PM
PHOTO: The owners of Little Bokeelia Island, a 104-acre island south of Tampa Bay, Fla., are putting the land up for sale.
The owners of Little Bokeelia Island, a 104-acre island south of Tampa Bay, Fla., are putting the land up for sale.
Courtesy of Michael Saunders & Company

— -- Your dream of owning your own tropical island oasis can now be a reality if you have a knack for bargaining.

PHOTO: The island comes with a four-bedroom villa and a three-bedroom guest wing.
The island comes with a four-bedroom villa and a three-bedroom guest wing.
Courtesy of Michael Saunders & Company

The owners of Little Bokeelia Island, a 104-acre island south of the Tampa Bay, Florida, area, are looking for an immediate sale of their slice of paradise, meaning all offers are being considered.

PHOTO: The island is currently at $24.5 million, though all offers will be considered until April 30.
The island is currently at $24.5 million, though all offers will be considered until April 30.
Courtesy of Michael Saunders & Company

A representative from Michael Saunders & Company, that’s leading the sale, tells ABC News the owners have developed and enjoyed the 104-acre island for 26 years, but are looking to immediately sell it so they can focus on a Christian ministry they work with.

PHOTO: The owners have developed and enjoyed the 104-acre island for 26 years, but are looking to immediately sell it so they can focus on a Christian ministry.
The owners have developed and enjoyed the 104-acre island for 26 years, but are looking to immediately sell it so they can focus on a Christian ministry.
Courtesy of Michael Saunders & Company

Your new island getaway comes complete with a four-bedroom villa, a three-bedroom guest wing, and enough land and amenities to build 28 additional home sites for all your friends and family.

PHOTO: The owners are considering all offers.
The owners are considering all offers.
Courtesy of Michael Saunders & Company

The owners are serious about considering all offers, even though the island is currently listed at $24.5 million. They don’t even have a minimum figure requested. A $100,000 security deposit can get you a personal tour of the island, lunch included. Offers will be considered until April 30.

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