Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Buy a piece of paradise


It's for sale, this property in one of the back bays...and includes, I believe, a building for storage of lobster traps and other marine related items (on the right). I don't know the price, but it wouldn't be inexpensive.

12 comments:

brattcat said...

Jacob, now you'll have all of us fantasizing today about making the big move to peaceful Cedar Key. It's a great photograph, fantasy or no fantasy, but I think the fantasy element (the one evoked by the 'for sale' sign) absolutely enriches the experience of this photo.

cieldequimper said...

How do you keep those windows clean?

Hilda said...

To dream…

Abe Lincoln said...

This looks like a piece of history for sale. Does one buy the area where the dock is located to include the water in the area or is it just the dock stuck in the water? I never knew about water and water properties.

Jacob said...

@ Ciel - I think those are covered with screens.

Frank said...

That scene is so Florida. Doesn't get more peaceful.

Cezar and Léia said...

I agree with Hilda..."to dream"...heaven!
Léia :-)

Jacob said...

Cezar & Leia - Now, just think how Luna would like this...she could lay out on that dock, and the fishermen would throw her choice cuts of freshly caught fishies!

That's price-less!

Jacob said...

@ Abe - I'm not sure about water rights, etc. I'd guess it's just the dock.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

OOOOh, pretty! :-D :-D I like this! :-D

Ken Mac said...

damn do I envy you!

asf said...

Wow, that's a bit of paradise indeed. Paraiso as what we call it here.