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Siesta Gulf View Condo Community Info:
20 Beach Road Road, Sarasota, FL 34242
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Gulf Front, Heated Pool, Elevators, Maintenance Free, Pets Permitted, Security, Tennis Courts.
Building Exterior, Cable, Community Pool, Escrow Reserves Fund, Flood Insurance, Ground Maintenance, Manager, Pest Control, Public Insurance, Roof, Security, Tennis Courts, Trash Removal, Water/Sewer.
Siesta Gulf View Condominiums in Siesta Key – Sarasota, FL.
Are you looking for maintenance-free condos on the gorgeous Siesta Key, Sarasota? The Siesta Gulf View Condos, built in 1980, are a gulf front property with 59 units available. Pets are permitted at the condos, and security ensures safety and privacy. The on-site tennis courts are ideal for getting in a game or two on your off time, and the heated pool makes relaxation after a hard day at work – or play – an easy escape. Elevators are also available, ensuring that all members of your family have access to your home. A fitness center, sauna room, picnic deck and grilling area round out the amenities for these wonderful condos.
Siesta Key Village is a five-minute walk away from the Siesta Gulf View condos, with much to do and see. There are many restaurants here, including an oyster bar, ice cream shop and other treats. Siesta Key itself has many highlights, with the foremost being the world famous beaches. The sugar white sand and turquoise water of the beaches cannot be missed, and rentals are easily available for kayaks, jet skis and boats. If you’d rather have someone else drive, sunset cruises and dolphin excursions can also be arranged, as well as fishing tours for all levels of experience.
Additional Siesta Gulf View Condos Information
Shopping on Siesta Key boasts many eclectic and charming boutiques, but if it’s mainstream name brand stores you’re after, look no further than Main Street Sarasota, only 20 minutes away. If you’re looking for something to do, Downtown Sarasota has many museums, including the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Arts, as well as the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, two theaters, and an opera house.