Stephen King's home on Casey Key
Casey Key is a barrier island that is 8 miles long and 300 yards wide. There are approximately 600 residents on Casey Key. Casey Key is located about 60 miles south of Tampa, Florida.
In 1991 long before Stephen King purchased the home, property records show that the previous owner had a rectangular 544 square-foot pool installed, a spa, and a 1,173 square-foot patio. Property records also show that since Stephen King has owned the home, he added solar panels in 2002, a privacy wall in 2006, a new dock & pier in 2012, and the aforementioned tennis court.
Zillow estimates the value of the home at $9.3 million, as of February of 2019. In the immediate neighborhood, a home is currently listed for sale for $3.5 million. According to local MLS service, Michael Saunders & Company, there are 49 properties for sale on Casey Key. The most expensive home is selling for $14,000,000. The 10,291 square-foot home has six bedrooms, six full bathrooms and four half bathrooms, and an eight-car garage. The least expensive home for sale on Casey Key is a one-bed, one-bath, 450 square-foot home selling for $499,000.
Over the recent months, a real-life horror has crept up on Casey Key, and most of the Florida's Gulf beaches. Known as red tide, these algal blooms rarely pose a risk to humans, however, this red tide outbreak was much more severe. In 2018, a 26-foot whale shark, 16 dolphins, and thousands upon thousands of fish were fatally wounded by this aquatic menace. Some beach-goers had experienced breathing problems and eye irritation, which forced officials to close down many beaches.
Before modern celebrities like Stephen King arrived, Casey Key was linked to a nautical celebrity of sorts. Casey Key is named after Captain John Charles Casey, who helped map the area for The National Geodetic Survey, then known as the U.S. Coast Geodetic Survey. A historical map of Florida from 1856 shows the name Casey's Pass was used instead of Casey Key. Maps after 1856 were updated to the name to Casey's Key. Casey Key was also once known as "The Treasure Island" because of treasure believed to be buried there.
All of the tourist-related destinations are located on the south end of Casey Key. For dining, North Jetty Tap & Grill is serving up casual comfort food. North Jetty Fish Camp And Beach is the place to go before you go sign up to go fishing with Playin' Hookey Fishing Charters. Adventurers can check out Jetty Rentals, where kayaks, paddleboards and surfboards, and other personal pleasure craft are available. And finally, vacationers have these apartment & cottage options to choose from for their extended stay: Casey Key Florida Vacation Rentals - West Wind Apartments, A Beach Retreat, Suntan Terrace, A Place To Be, On the Beach, and Gulf Sands Beach Resort. Stephen King has won 59 book writing awards. He's a Boston Red Sox fan. He married his wife Tabitha Spruce, also a novelist, on Saturday, January 2, 1971. Along with their home on Casey Key, the couple own a home in Bangor, Maine, and in Lovell, Maine. He has two sons Owen and Joseph, and a daughter named Naomi. Owen and Joseph are both novelists.
His popular 1983 novel Pet Sematary was made into a film in 1989. The sequel, Pet Sematary Two, was released in 1992. Another remake of the original is scheduled for release in April 2019. This film will star Jason Clarke as Louis Creed, John Lithgow as Jud Crandall, Amy Seimetz as Rachel Creed, Jeté Laurence as Ellie Creed, and Hugo Lavoie as Gage Creed. A new book titled "The Institute" is scheduled for release on Tuesday, September 10, 2019, link (Amazon): https://amzn.to/2JWsh7G>.
He was seriously injured in an accident on Saturday, June 19, 1999 when struck by a van while walking along side the roadway in Lovell, Maine. The accident caused a collapsed lung, a broken hip, shattered the bones in his right leg, and caused a deep cut to the scalp.
Stephen King owns another, much more modest home on Casey Key, that he purchased in 2007 for $2.2 million, according to property records. The 2,510 square-foot home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a swimming pool.
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