CASEY KEY — Former Cadbury CEO has listed his waterfront home in Casey Key, Sarasota County Florida for $20 million dollars. It is currently the most expensive home on the island.

Realtor Lisa Napolitano with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty said ““It’s truly one of a kind property”

The home was built by Todd and Marenda Stitzer for their family retreat in 2014.

The spacious 6-bedroom and 7.5-bath property, known as the Tweenwater estate, features views of Blackburn Bay and the Gulf of Mexico and sits on one acre of land.

The British West Indies-style home features a resort-like infinity pool, 8-car garage, beach access with a “chickee hut,” an integrated solar-panel system, and both boating and kayak lifts.

The interior holds spacious entertaining spaces with a large kitchen that opens into the dining and family room. For recreational entertainment, the house features an exercise room, sauna, kayak and bicycle rooms.

The house was designed by Naples-based Herscoe Hajjar Architects and built by The Aerial Companies in 2014.

Located at 1312 Casey Key Road, the home was built by Todd and Marenda Stitzer.

The home is marketed by Napolitano and Valerie Dall’Acqua of Premier Sotheby’s International Realty’s Venice and downtown Sarasota offices, respectively.