Current Condos For Sale in Boca Siesta
Boca Siesta Condo Community Info:
5911 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL. 34242
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Pool, tennis court, fishing pier, clubhouse with sauna, under-building parking, ample storage space. Residents also enjoy direct access to the award winning Siesta Key Beach via Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club located across the street.
Building Exterior, Cable, Community Pool, Ground Maintenance, Insurance Building, Tennis Courts, Trash Removal, Water/Sewer.
Across street from the beach.
Boca Siesta Condominiums in Siesta Key – Sarasota, FL.
In the middle of the island on the bayside of Siesta Key you will discover Boca Siesta Bayside. This well maintained and perfectly manicured community with residences and townhomes ranging from 1,500 to 3,800 square feet with 2 to 4 bedrooms and outdoor areas. The 46 condos were built in 1984 and the townhomes in 2003. Many of the residences have been beautifully renovated with beach access across the street from the complex. This is a pet friendly community. Property can be leased for a minimum of 3 months, 4 times a year.
The residences have a secure lobby entry, under building parking and storage. The resort style community pool overlooks the glistening waters of the Bay. There is an indoor/outdoor area with grills and tennis courts. The deep water docks go out to the Gulf of Mexico for a great boating and fishing adventure. Homeowners find the clubhouse with the kitchen, exercise room, sauna and bathroom facilities a great place for socializing.
The community fees cover the cable TV, exterior and grounds maintenance, insurance, community pool, tennis courts, trash, water and sewer.
Additional Boca Siesta Condos Information
Homeowners enjoy the quartz like sand of Siesta Key Beach beneath their feet. Beach goers take pleasure watching the dolphins as they dive through the turquoise water and the tropical birds flying above in the clear blue sky. Families can go on kayaking and biking tours sponsored by many rental shops. Siesta Village has souvenir shops, seafood restaurants and beach bars with live music. Downtown Sarasota is another area with a variety of shops, casual and fine dining, art galleries, museums and botanical gardens. Van Wezel, Sarasota Orchestra, Players Theater and many other entertainment centers have performances throughout the year. A short drive across the Ringling Causeway Bridge and you are at St. Armand’s Circle is a special island full of boutiques, artisan shops, casual and fine dining. Golfers can drive to beautiful private and public golf courses for a challenging game.
Boca Siesta Bayside is one of the closest condos to beach access along with the ability to eat, play and shop. It doesn’t get any better than this.