Current Condos For Sale in Tangerine Bay Club
Tangerine Bay Club Condo Community Info:
340-380 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL 34228
# of Condos:
Leases Per Year:
Clubhouse, Day Dock, Fishing Pier, Fitness Center, Gated, Pool, Security, Spa, Tennis, Waterfront.
Building Exterior, Cable, Escrow Reserves Fund, Ground Maintenance, Private Road, Recreational Facilities, Roof, Security, Trash Removal, Water/Sewer.
Located on Sarasota Bay
Tangerine Bay Club Condominiums in Longboat Key – Sarasota, FL.
The luxurious Tangerine Bay Club condos on Longboat Key were built between 1991 and 1994. Each of the 90 units has access to a clubhouse, which is ideal for entertaining, small parties and the like. There is also a fishing pier and day dock, allowing you to moor your boat while you are preparing for your excursion out on the water. A fitness center, pool and spa are also available, making rest and relaxation after a day of work – or play – easy. These waterfront condos have security and are gated, ensuring your privacy and safety. Tennis courts round out the amenities to these wonderful condos.
Longboat Key has many services, including a post office, grocery store, and other everyday necessities. You can rent jet skis, kayaks, canoes and boats from the local rental outlets, or you can get someone else to do the driving and go on fishing adventures, sunset cruises and parasailing. The Longboat Key Club has two golf courses, the Links on Longboat and the Harborside Golf Course. The club also has many dining options, a spa, and tennis courts, as well. As for shopping, the Key does have some stores, but just a few minute’s drive will find you at St. Armand’s Circle, which has a variety of eclectic boutiques and galleries to browse.
Additional Tangerine Bay Club Condos Information
Downtown Sarasota is only 27 minutes away, and has name brand stores to browse, as well as the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, two theaters and an opera house. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art is definitely worth a visit, as Sarasota was at one point the winter home of the Ringling circus.