Welcome to Lansing Island, Satellite Beach, Florida
Thinking about Buying a Home in Lansing Island on Florida’s beachside?
Living in Lansing Island will give you the best of both worlds—serene riverside living, and ocean breezes and Atlantic beaches just a mile away. Nestled on a narrow, north-south barrier Island, Lansing Island spans both the cities of Satellite Beach and Indian Harbour Beach. Have you ever dreamed of launching your boat from your own private dock in the early morning, then heading to the beach in the afternoon for an ocean swim? You can. If you live on Lansing Island.
On Lansing Island, you’ll be living on one of the most diverse bodies of water in the United States. This shallow estuary, which rests along 40% of Florida’s eastern coast, is home to more than 4,000 species of plants and animals, including the most diverse bird population in the country.
There’s only one way to get to this exclusive community: You’ll traverse a small causeway and covered bridge, pass the guardhouse, and voila, you’ll have arrived at one of the most exclusive riverside communities in Brevard County.
Living on Lansing Island is living large. This five-phase community still has lots available for new construction, ranging from three-quarters to one acre. Existing homes start at $500,000, with most having a riverside view and a private dock on the deep water canals that surround this island community.
Take your boat for a spin from your property’s private dock and explore the island shores of the Indian River Lagoon, a perfect place for fishing, spotting manatees and dolphins, and even going for a dip. You might even want to venture south to Dragon Point, the southernmost point of Merritt Island, once home of the famed “Annie the Dragon,” marking the spot where the Banana River and Indian River Lagoon converge.
When you live on Lansing Island, you’ll feel ocean breezes from the Atlantic, which is just a mere mile away. In fact, you can be to Pelican Park in just five minutes, with its pavilion, sand volleyball courts, and beach boardwalk, and strand, a favorite spot for beach bonfires when it’s not sea turtle nesting season.
When you’re not out on the water, you’ll want to visit the Lansing Island Clubhouse, a perfect venue for weddings and social gatherings, with the shiniest hardwood dance floors you’ve ever seen, granite-topped wet bar, fireplace, and comfortable lounging spots. Outdoors, you can take up a game of tennis or basketball on the clubhouse courts.
Right in your island community are a variety of parks, including the Algonquin Sports Complex, Oars and Paddles Park, home of the Space Coast Crew, and Gleason Park with its illuminated walking trails, recreation center, and lap swimming pool.
Some of Brevard’s best beachside schools are near Lansing Island—Ocean Breeze Elementary, Indian Harbour Montessori (pre-K to 6), Hoover Middle School, DeLaura Middle School, and Satellite Beach High School.
With plenty of water for boating, fishing, recreation, and swimming, Lansing Island should be your only choice when it comes to finding a premier coastal living retreat.