Keyway Place

  • 25804 Grayton Avenue
    Englewood, FL 34223


Keyway Place in Englewood is a gated community of single family homes located on Highway 776, just south of the Tamiami Trail as it turns eastbound towards the Everglades. This neighborhood, which appeals to residents of all ages, will particularly appeal to those who are thinking about retirement. luxury home builders such as CalAtlantic Homes, the developer that resulted from the merger of Ryland and Standard Pacific Homes.

There are four home models of 80 homes at Keyway Place. The floor plans are inspired by the classic Sarasota residential architecture, and each model offers an alternative configuration. The Meadowlark floor plan is the starter model that features 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms plus a large garage built with 1,420 square feet of living space. The Egret model is the Egret II, which is a one-story home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and 1,532 square feet of air conditioned space. The largest Model is the Heron, which is 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and is 1,635 square feet. Layouts offer open floor plans, gourmet kitchens and separate dining rooms. It has a community pool, cabana and miles of walking trails, 3 community ponds and a low HOA fee.

Keyway Place is conveniently located near shopping venues such as Target, Walmart, Big Lots, and the Englewood Square Shopping Center.  The nearest Publix supermarket is less than two miles away at the Venice Village Shoppes. Driving to the beach at Manasota Key takes less than ten minutes, and the closest private golf courses is only a couple of minutes to the south.

Keyway Place is meticulously maintained with lush, tropical landscaping decorating the community throughout. Residents can take advantage of being close to highways, world-class beaches, fishing, boating, championship golf courses, fine dining, and entertainment in neighboring downtown Venice, Sarasota and Port Charlotte. The community is close to the Charlotte County Airport and Sarasota Airport.

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Once known solely for its fishing trade, Englewood has grown into so much more.