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Summer Cove Condo Community Info:
1640 and 1660 Summerhouse Lane, Sarasota, FL 34242
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Clubhouse, Fitness Center, Meeting Room, Gathering Rooms, Game Room, Full Kitchen, Bar/TV Lounge. Resort-style pool, Spa, Kayak and Canoe Launch, Boat Docks, Pet Friendly (no size limits), Beach Access, Gated.
Building Exterior, Community Pool, Ground Maintenance, Insurance Building, Maintenance/Repairs, Manager, Pest Control, Private Road, Recreational Facilities, Roof, Security, Trash Removal, Water/Sewer.
Summer Cove Condominiums in Siesta Key – Sarasota, FL.
Nestled on Siesta Key, the Summer Cove condos were built in 2007, and have 45 units available. Residents and guests will have access to a clubhouse that is ideal for entertaining, as well as a meeting room, gathering rooms and even a game room. There is also a full kitchen, resort-style pool, bar/TV lounge and spa, as well as a fitness center. For those who love to play on the water, the condos not only have beach access, but boat docks and a kayak and canoe launch; imagine, walking just steps out your door to slip into your kayak, ready for an adventure in Siesta Key’s lovely water. This gated community is completely pet friendly, with no weight restrictions.
There are many amenities and necessities nearby on Siesta Key, with the Crescent Beach Grocery being a 15-minute walk, or a four-minute drive away. The condos are extremely close to the Stickney Point Road bridge as well, making it a quick drive to get to most things on the mainland. Many restaurants are available right over the bridge, as well as a Michaels, Publix Super Market, Marshalls and Books-A-Million. Some of the dining choices include Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Monk’s Steamer Bar and Ooh La La French Bakery.
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Downtown Sarasota boasts many entertainment options, being only 16 minutes away. Main Street Sarasota has a variety of name brand stores to browse, as well as eclectic and charming boutiques. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is always worth a visit, and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall plays host to famous entertainers and musicians. If you’re looking for more of a taste of culture, Sarasota is also home to two theaters and an opera house.