Siesta Key Condos for Sale
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Siesta Key is a beautiful barrier island between South Sarasota and the Gulf of Mexico. Located immediately south of downtown Sarasota and south of Lido Key, St. Armand's, and Bird Key, Siesta Key sits between Roberts Bay and the Gulf with a portion lying within the city boundary of Sarasota but the most in Its Own Census Designated Place in Sarasota County. It's part of the Bradenton Sarasota and Venice Metro area.
It's been known as many things over the years including Little Sarasota Key and Sarasota Key but the first attempts to develop it into something more than simply an offshoot of Sarasota came in 1907 when the Siesta Land Company platted the northern end of the Key as "Siesta on the Gulf" and dredged much of the bay and built docks. The only access to Siesta Key was by boat or ferry until the bridge connected to the mainland in 1917. It was later replaced in 1927 along with a second bridge located on the southern end of the Key. It was officially recognized as Siesta Key in 1952 and development has built out ever since. With several beaches, beautiful homes, and its own Chamber of Commerce, Siesta Key is that private getaway that a lot of people tend to forget about.
Beach or permanent home?
Siesta Key is known for being one of the most perfect beach vacations in Sarasota County. It's been named one of Florida's best beaches year after year and because is just minutes from Sarasota and Bradenton with even more vacation amenities, you have everything you need right at your fingertips. This 8-mile long island getaway with gorgeous beaches and outdoor attractions features fun for the entire family. Here are just some of the fun things to do in Siesta Key whether you're visiting or planning to learn a little bit more about your next home destination.
Clearly, Siesta Key beaches are some of the best in the state. Whether you're simply relaxing, reading a book, flipping through a magazine, or splashing in the crystal blue waters, enjoying Siesta Key beaches is much less crowded than many of the other Florida beaches up and down the coastline.
The beach is also perfect for renting a canoe or kayak. The Point of Rocks Beach is a beautiful collection of smooth and flat limestone rocks perfect for fishing or birdwatching and it also offers some of the best snorkeling along Florida's Gulf Coast.
There are plenty of dining options in Siesta Key from craft beer and gourmet coffee to delicious fresh seafood, tacos, and even a few beach dining options. You'll find some of the freshest seafood around or even a few markets to make a delicious meal right at home. Toasted Mango Café offers some amazing farmhouse omelets and delicious homemade corn beef hash. The Siesta Key Oyster Bar offers some of the freshest seafood and delicious lobster rolls around. At the Lobster Pot, you'll have to try the watermelon salad with goat cheese and berries.
For dinner, Siesta Key offers The Cottage, an elevated tropical restaurant with American and Japanese influences in the heart of North Siesta Key. Miguel's is the other restaurant offering fine dining French cuisine with delicious high-end flare. And if you have room left over, you'll have to try the classic cherry jubilee or bananas foster for dinner.
Siesta Key is home to gorgeous shorebirds, herons, egrets, dolphins, and manatees. You're likely to find wildlife just about everywhere you look while you're visiting or living on Siesta Key.
You don't have to limit your time on Siesta Key even though you could probably fill up a day pretty quickly with things to do. Hop onto the Siesta Key Breeze Trolley which runs every 10 to 30 minutes from Turtle Beach to Siesta Key Village. This entirely free shuttle offers an expanse of shopping, fantastic dining, and you can get a glimpse of the Siesta Key Drum Circle, a musical event beginning every Sunday evening an hour before sunset where musicians play enchanting drumbeats perfect for relaxing, dancing, or just experiencing the moments.
Siesta Key is just about an hour outside of Tampa and home to about 6500 year-round residents. Of course, Sarasota County gets nearly 3 million visitors each year but for fewer crowds, you'll have to check out Siesta Key. Nothing beats the powdery white sugary sands, crystal blue waters, and its laid-back lifestyle. The beach itself is 99% white quartz sand and you'll find tennis and volleyball courts, playgrounds and picnic areas all up and down the beach yet it's almost never crowded.
Siesta Key Condos
If you're planning on making Siesta Key your permanent destination or perhaps looking into a vacation condominium, investment property, or rental, you have the choice of a variety of homes and styled all up and down the beach. The average price is about $806,000 but condominiums range from $150,000 to over $4 million and there is a size, style, and amenities for just about anyone in any budget. There are about 50 condominium complexes and buildings along Siesta Key including but not necessarily limited to:
This is a five-acre vacation retreat hosting 68 private villas and apartments. Many of these are used for vacation rentals, AirBnB and VRBO options, however there are some full-time residents. The complex features a community swimming pool, private beach access, beach pavilions and picnic shelters and was built in 1964.
Anchorage condominiums were built in 1975 and feature 100 condo units with deeded beach access, boat docks, fitness center, tennis courts, heated swimming pool, sauna, gardens, barbecue grills, and shuffleboard. Pets are not allowed at Anchorage condominiums in Siesta Key.
Bay Oaks is a 97 unit condominium complex on midnight Pass Road built in 1974. Pets are not allowed but there are a variety of amenities such as a heated swimming pool, tennis court, clubhouse, barbecue area and fishing pier. Residents have views of the bay.
Bay Tree Club
This Siesta Key condominium complex was built in 1970 and features 121 condo units. Pets are allowed and amenities include two swimming pools, beach access, boat slips free to the owners and kayak racks.
Beach House Residences
This condominium complex was built in 2017 and 2018 and features just for condominiums at 1140 Seaside Dr. Pets are not allowed but this small, exclusive and luxury condominium complex features of pool, community room with full kitchen, covered parking space per unit and extra guest parking with beach views.
Located at 5858 midnight Pass Road is this 1966 condominium complex featuring 59 single-story units. It offers beachside heated swimming pool, clubhouse, and homeowner association fees cover most utilities.
Beach villas was built in 2009 and sits along the Calle Miramar. It was built in 2009 and features just 12 condominium units, two car garage is, balconies, beautiful heated pool with a waterfall and grill hookups. It is across the street from the beach.
This complex was built in 1970 and is one of the iconic landmarks of Siesta Key. It offers 47 units, heated swimming pool and community room but pets are not allowed.
Boca Siesta Bayside is located along Midnight Pass Road and features of 51 units built in 1984. Pets are allowed and there’s a wealth of amenities such as a swimming pool, tennis courts, fishing pier, clubhouse, sauna, additional storage and parking and direct access to Siesta Key Beach.
This is one of the oldest condominium buildings on Siesta Key. Built in 1966, Casa Blanca features 89 condominiums, and Olympic size heated swimming pool, beautiful sundeck, a newly remodeled clubroom, game room, library, and on-site management.
This complex was built in 1960 and features 75 condominium units with two swimming pools, tennis courts, volleyball and shuffleboard courts, picnic and gas grill area, and a vibrant rental program. However, pets are not allowed.
This 89 unit condominium building was constructed in 1982 and features many amenities such as cabana, clubhouse, lighted tennis courts, recreation building, resort style swimming pool, spa, fitness center and pets are allowed. Residents have views of the ocean.
Built in 1974, this just 15 unit condominium complex features laundry facilities and homeowners dues cover common area maintenance. It sits Bayside.
The Coquille on Coquille Street is a 1983 complex with 28 units. Pets are allowed and additional amenities include a heated pool and spa and deeded beach access.
Cozy Cove was built in 1978 and sits along the bay featuring boat dock with lifts, swimming pools, kayaks, assigned parking, visitor parking, and pets are allowed.
Crescent was built in 2005 and sits at 6512 Midnight Pass Road with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. This expansive 348 unit complex features recreational buildings, elevators, state-of-the-art fitness rooms, beachfront pool and spa, gated entrance, private beach access, picnic areas, fire pits, and pets are allowed.
the Crescent Arms condominiums were built in 1968 and feature 88 units with low rise buildings, a heated pool and clubhouse, secure entrance, and is close to shopping, fishing charters and nightclubs. It does have beach access.
Crescent Royale is in 1970 complex featuring five stories and 174 units. Pets are not allowed but they do have on-site rental programs and management, a heated pool, lounge, exercise facility, game room, and it’s directly across from the Siesta public beach.
This is one of Siesta Key’s oldest complexes built in 1957. This iconic beachfront community features 35 units just steps to a private beach, beach loungers, close to fishing, parasailing, recreational facilities and beach views.
Crystal Sands was built in 1970 and sits along Midnight Pass Road. It has recreational facilities, two pools, covered parking, and pets are allowed.
Adults and They was constructed in 1997 and sits along the bay front featuring 52 units, a heated pool and spa, fitness center, tennis courts, clubhouse, fishing pier and dock. Pets are allowed.
Built in 1975, this 50 unit six story complex sits along the beachfront with a pool, tennis courts, on-site manager and made an linen service. Pets are not allowed but most units have a view of the beach.
This the beach today condominium complex was built in 1981 and features 166 units. Pets are not allowed but there’s a plethora of amenities such as tennis courts, a state-of-the-art fitness center, sauna, showers and lockers, community room, game room, two swimming pools, fishing pier, barbecue and picnic areas, security and storage.
Fisherman’s Cove was built in 1968 located at 8900 – 9000 Blind Pass Road. This 127 unit complex features a swimming pool, fishing pier, boat slips, shuffleboard, and waterfront access.
This the beachfront condominium offers a 37 condo units built in 1975. Pets are not allowed but it does offer a gated and secure entrance, heated swimming pool, a kayak launch, boat docks, laundry facilities, and a full service marina. It’s also close to some of the areas favorite restaurants.
Gulf and Bay Club
located along the beach on Midnight Pass Road is this 1964 condominium complex featuring just under 400 units with three heated swimming pools, sauna, spa, fitness room, courtyard, covered parking, fishing Lake, shuffleboard, racquetball, basketball, and tennis courts, barbecue and picnic areas and secure entrance.
Gulf Haven was built in 1971 and offers 53 units with two-story low rise buildings. Pets are allowed.
This exclusive condominium complex along Hamilton Club Circle was built in 1992 and features just 19 units. Pets are allowed and residents have access to tennis courts, pickle ball courts, and a heated swimming pool. The complex is also gated.
Harbor Towers is a Yacht & Racket Club and features 212 units built in 1976. Owners are allowed pets but renters are prohibited from owning pets. Amenities are endless including boat slips, a fishing pier, exercise room, gated entrance, laundry facilities, recreational building, storage, tennis courts, water access, and access to the Yacht & Racket Club.
built in 1985, this 24 unit complex is located along the beach and offers Lagoon kayaking, a community nature Park, mature landscaping, heated swimming pool, tennis courts, outdoor entertainment space and private boardwalk.
Horizons West is a 137 unit beachfront complex built in 1968. Pets are not allowed but each unit has a one car carport, separate storage, on-site laundry facilities, two heated swimming pools, beachside barbecues, cabana, clubhouse, and private access to Crescent Beach.
House of the Sun
This private beachside club was built in 1975 and features 59 units with tennis courts, a barbecue area, a Tiki hut, two sun decks, and underground parking. Pets are allowed and the beach has private access.
Hyatt Siesta Key
The Hyatt of Siesta Key was built in 2009 and features 70 units with fractional ownership. Residents are prohibited from having pets but to have access to a heated pool and spa, fitness center, massage room, laundry facility, valet parking and 24 hour security.
Island House is also located along the beach was built in 1967. It offers 74 units, just minutes from Crescent Beach, large heated swimming pool, recreation room, covered parking, attached carports and secure utility room.
Island Reef was built in 1981 and features five stories and 268 units along the beach. Residents have access to a heated pool, kayak racks, launch, boat docks, deeded beach access and pets are allowed.
Built in 1962 is this 211 unit condo along the beach featuring three heated swimming pools, beachfront chairs and cabana, storage lockers, and pets are allowed. This has been rated as an award-winning complex.
Enjoy your Siesta at this 1972 four story complex featuring 81 Road. Pets are not allowed for residents can enjoy the swimming pool, fitness and recreational room, shuffleboard, grill and picnic areas, and walk across the street to the beach or to the village grocery store.
Marina Del Sol
This 39 unit complex was built in 2002 and pets are allowed as well as access to the clubhouse, pool, spa, fitness center, outdoor grills, private elevators, storage rooms, and covered outdoor space.
Built in 1977 to 1980 is this 287 unit condominium complex on Midnight Cove Road. Residents have access to boat slips, dock, fishing pier, tennis courts, waterfront recreation building, heated pool, private beach access and public boat ramp water access.
Our House at the Beach
This complex is truly its namesake. If you’re looking to enjoy the house at the beach, enjoy this 108 unit condominium complex built in 1981. It has a pool and tennis courts directly across from the beach.
Palm Bay Club
This 266 unit high-rise condominium complex was built between 1970 and 1975. Pets are not allowed but it does offer heated pools, hot tub on the water’s edge, tennis courts, a fishing pier and boat dock, fitness room and direct access to the beach.
Built in 1982, this 15 unit private complex features laundry facilities and elevator and is located Bayside. Low homeowners dues and allowance of pets make it an easy choice.
This 1972 complex features 361 units on Peppertree Drive. Pets are not allowed for residents have access to tennis courts, heated pools, fitness room, and a fishing pier.
Polynesian Gardens is located on Moonmist Dr on the Bayside of Siesta Key. Pets are allowed and maintenance includes all amenities, pool, fishing pier, and utilities.
This 1966 complex features 27 units in a Gulf to Bay neighborhood, deeded private beach, swimming pool, rec facilities, shuffleboard, dock, and fishing pier. Pets are allowed.
Sandy Cove was constructed in 1971 and features 188 units. This four story complex offers a pool, golf views, lake views, yet pets are not allowed.
This complex was built in 2005 and features just 12 units with a concierge, gated entrance, heated pool and private beach access. Pets are also allowed.
Siesta Breakers is a 1979 complex with 80 units, no pets, gated entrance, pool, tennis courts, and private beach on the Bayside.
Siesta Dunes is located right on the beach and was built in 1979 offering 161 units with direct beach access, heated pool and spa, tennis courts, beach deck, pavilion, clubhouse, and private owners storage. Pets are also allowed at Siesta Dunes.
This midrise complex offers beach views and was built in 1973. There are 67 units in Siesta Towers with a dock, elevators, fishing pier, fitness center, gated entrance, laundry facility an additional storage.
This 2007 complex has 45 units, pets are allowed, and residents have access to a clubhouse, fitness center, business rooms, game room, full kitchen with bar, resort style swimming pool, spa, kayak and canoe launch, boat docks, and gated beach access.
This Bayside complex was built in 1973 and offers 159 units. Pets are not allowed but there are two community pools, tennis courts, billiards and a lending library.
The Terrace condominium is a high-rise complex built in 1970 and features 70 units, beachfront access, fitness room, heated swimming pool, additional storage and pets are allowed. Residents have ocean views.
Tortuga was built in 1980 and features a four story complex with 77 units, no pets are allowed but it does have beachfront access, boat slips, heated pool, dock, fishing pier, fitness center and tennis courts.
Turtle Bait was constructed in 1980 and features 84 classic Florida condominiums right on the beach. Pets are allowed and residents enjoy tennis courts, a fishing pier and kayak access, heated pool and spa, and boat slips are available.
This 1968 to 1973 constructed complex on Whispering Sands Drive features 268 units with 800 feet of private beach access. Residents enjoy two swimming pools, two clubhouses, Tiki hut picnic areas with grills, a fitness room and library. Pets are not allowed.
Each of these buildings offers something unique with a variety of either boutique condominiums, full level units and lofts, luxury units with a variety of amenities such as beachside swimming pools, tennis courts, and concierge services, homeowner association dues anywhere from $100 a month up to $1000 a month, and a variety of styles in modern or contemporary designs. Many offer water views, beachfront property, Intercoastal Waterway access, and lots of membership options.
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