Siesta Key Homes For Sale - Sarasota
Take one meander down the powdery white sandy beaches of Siesta Key or a boat tour around the key and you will understand why Siesta Key real estate is in such high demand. Siesta Key Beach continually ranks as one of the world's prettiest beaches.
The island has a good mix of working professionals, retirees and second home owners who venture down in the winter time to enjoy the beautiful weather. Many who purchase Siesta Key real estate do so for vacationing purposes, with the goal of eventually retiring to this island paradise.
There are a number of options for Siesta Key homes–everything from a modest abode to a luxurious bay or beach front mansion. Waterfront homes in Siesta Key that can accommodate boats and are within a short walk to the beach are the most popular properties on the key.
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Homes & Condos for Sale on Siesta Key
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Homes & Condos for Sale on Siesta Key
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Condos on Siesta Key
|Condo Community||Address||Year Built||Number of Units||Minimum Lease||Lease Per Year||Waterfront?|
|Aloha Kai||6020 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1964||68||Daily/Weekly||52||Beach|
|Anchorage||6415 Midnight Pass Road Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||98||1 week||52||Bay|
|Bay Oaks||6157 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||96||1-7 days||52||Bay|
|Bay Tree Club||8625, 8630, 8635 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||120||1 month from January to April, 2 weeks from May to December||12||Beach & Bay|
|Beachaven||5858 Midnight Pass Road, Ssarasota, FL 34242||1966||58||1 month||12||Beach|
|Beach Way||5600 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||45||1 month||12||Across street from beach|
|Beach Villas||300, 304, 308, 312 Calle Miramar & 301, 305, 309, 313 Beach Rd, Sarasota FL 34242||2008-2011||16||2 month||3||Across street from beach|
|Boca Siesta||5911 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1984||46||3 months||4||Bay|
|Casa Blanca||6154 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1966||88||1 week||52||Beach|
|Casarina||5880 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1982||89||1 month||5||Beach|
|Crescent||6512 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||2005||26||1 month||12||Beach|
|Crescent Arms||6308, 6310, 6312 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1968||87||1 week||52||Beach|
|Crescent Royale||777 & 797 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||101||1 week||52||Across the street from the beach|
|Crystal Sands||6300 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||152||2 weeks||26||Beach|
|Dolphin Bay||Dolphin Bay Way, Sarasota, FL 34242||1997||50||3 months||4||Bay|
|El Presidente||6326 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||47||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Excelsior||6263-6285 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1980||166||2 weeks||26||Beach to Bay|
|Fisherman’s Cove||8900 Blind Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1969||84||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Gulf and Bay Club||5730 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1979 - 1986||391||1 month||12||Beach|
|Gulf & Bay Club Bayside||Siesta Bayside Drive, Sarasota, FL 34242||1988||101||1-7 days||52||Bay|
|Hamilton Club||3901-3994 Hamilton Club Circle, Sarasota, FL 34242||1989-1997||18||6 months||1||Bay|
|Harbor Towers||5855 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1976||209||2 weeks||26||Bay|
|Harbour Towne||Dockside Place, Sarasota, FL 34242||1982||50||1 month||3||Bay|
|Horizons West||6140 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1967||135||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|House of the Sun||6518 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||58||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Hyatt Condos||915 Seaside Dr, Sarasota, FL 34242||2009||44||Time Share (Fractional Ownership)||Beach|
|Island House||6142-6150 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1967||73||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Island Reef||8764-8779 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1982||173||1 month||8||Beach|
|Jamaica Royale||5830 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||175||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|La Siesta||901,914,915,925 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1972||78||1 week||52||Across the street from the beach|
|Marina Del Sol||1308,1310 Old Stickney Point Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||2002||38||1-7 month||12||Bay|
|Mariner's Inlet||9042 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1983||8||No minimum||No minimum||Bay|
|Midnight Cove||Midnight Cove Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1977-1980||287||2 weeks||26||Beach and Bay|
|The Moorings||9050-9088 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1983||17||2 weeks||3||Bay|
|Our House at the Beach||1001 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1981||106||2 weeks||26||Across the street from public beach|
|Palm Bay Club||5960 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970 and 1975||266||1-7 Days||365||Beach and Bay|
|Peppertree||Peppertree Lane, Peppertree Way, Peppertree Drive||1972||361||1 month||4||Beach and Bay|
|Pointe||9393 and 9357 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||122||3 month||4||Bay|
|Polynesian Gardens||Moonmist Drive, Court & Circle, Sarasota, FL 34242||1968||74||2 weeks||21||Bay|
|Provincial Gardens||6005 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1965||26||1 month||12||Bay|
|Sandy Cove||24 Sandy Cove Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1968-1973||112||1 month||3||Small private beach. No access to long public beach|
|Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club||5900 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1971||188||1 week||52||Beach|
|Sea Breeze||5830 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||2004||5||1 month||12||Lagoon|
|Sea Club||5955 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1978||43||1-7 days||52||Bay|
|Sea Shell||6500 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1974||48||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Seagrove||6400 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||2005||12||3 months||3||Beach|
|Siesta Breakers||6480 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1979||79||1 week||52||Beach|
|Siesta Dunes||6236 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1979||160||1 - 7 days||52||Beach|
|Siesta Gulf View||420 Beach Road Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1980||59||1 month||12||Beach|
|Siesta Harbor||1300, 1250, 1355, 1257, 1215, 1325 Portofino Drive, Sarasota, FL 34242||1969||222||1 month||12||Bay|
|Somerset Cay||9122 midnight pass road, Sarasota, FL 34242||2002||17||2 months||4||Beach|
|Summer Cove||1640 and 1660 Summerhouse Lane, Sarasota, FL 34242||2007||45||1 month||3||Bay Side|
|Sunrise Cove||8897-9011 Midnight Pass Road - Sarasota, FL 34242||1973-1974||1 month||12||Bay|
|Sunset Royale||711 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1969||34||1 week||52||Across the street from Siesta Key beach|
|The Terrace||5400 Ocean Blvd, Sarasota, FL 34242||1970||70||2 months||6||Beach|
|Terrace East||5300 Ocean Boulevard, Sarasota, FL 34242||1973||46||1 year||1||Across the street from the beach|
|Tiffany Sands||540, 542, 544, 546, 548 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1981||9||1 month||12||Beach|
|Tivoli by the Sea||625 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||35||1-7 days||52||Beach|
|Tortuga||8730 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1980||77||1 month||3||Beach|
|Turtle Bay||8701 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1980||82||3 month||4||Bay with deeded beach access|
|Whispering Sands||Whispering Sands Drive, Sarasota, FL 34242||1968 - 1973||267||2 months||2||Beach|
|White Sands Village||5830 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242||1975||124||2 weeks||26||Across the street from Siesta Key beach|
|Windward Passage||4708, 4712 Ocean Blvd, Sarasota, FL 34242||1981||22||6 months||52||Bay|
Homes For Sale on Siesta Key, Florida
When people in Florida want to know the meaning of true paradise, they head to Siesta Key. Home to nearly 24,000 residents, it is known for its exquisite white sandy beaches that are renowned for staying cool to the touch. The 8-mile long barrier island, containing an eclectic mix of retirees, summer vacationers and families, is rapidly becoming just as well known for its beautiful, luxurious condos and seemingly endless options for entertainment, shopping, and dining. Having seen an increase in development within the past decade, Siesta Key has a number of excellent neighborhoods that offer something for everyone. Below are some popular Siesta Key neighborhoods.
A great place to raise a family, Bay Island is composed of 169 single-family homes. Ranging from 800 square-foot bungalows to palatial homes of more than 8,000 square feet, Bay Island homes offer stunning views of both Sarasota Bay as well as the city skyline. Considered some of the best homes in Sarasota, they offer residents living along Flamingo Drive, Hamilton Avenue, Freeling Drive and others beautifully landscaped yards containing plenty of tropical trees and exotic plants.
Cocoanut Bayou is a small community on the north end of Siesta Key consisting of 48 homes. It includes homes located on High Point Circle, Higel Avenue, Mangrove Place, Midnight Pass Road and Little Pond Lane. Residents here can take a bike ride into Siesta Key Village, Shell and Siesta Key beach.
Just as the name implies, this 72 home neighborhood offers residents a peaceful and beautiful setting from which to enjoy those summer evenings. Whether you're living on Treasure Boat Way, Primrose Path, or Featherbed Lane, Harmony offers affordable homes that suit many different lifestyles. A popular area for retirees, it's also well-suited for families or others on the fast track to success. Located in a true paradise, Harmony is not only a destination, but a way of life here as well.
A small neighborhood on the north end of Siesta Key, these waterfront homes offer beautiful views and overlook Lido Key, Bird Key, and downtown Sarasota. What makes these homes so popular with many residents is the easy access to and from Siesta Key. For those wanting to spend a day on the beach, it's as simple as taking a short bike ride to Siesta Key Beach or Shell Beach. Offering a wide variety of homes to fit almost any budget, Gulfmead Estates is a great neighborhood for those looking to settle down or simply enjoy a great vacation getaway.
A charming neighborhood of 36 homes, Hidden Harbor is located on the east side of the island and features tropical landscaping and cobblestone streets. Considered to have some of the most unique and enchanting homes in Siesta Key, they range in size from 2,500-7,000 square feet.
Mira Mar homes are located on the south end of Siesta Key. The 43 homes here line Midnight Pass Road with many of them offering captivating water views overlooking the Sarasota bay or Heron's Lagoon.
Point of Rocks
Point of Rocks is an exclusive neighborhood located on the shores of the Gulf of Mexico. Its name is derived from the rock headlands and underwater rock formations found in the subdivision that extend to the gulf. These 43 homes are located just south of the Stickney Point Road bridge.
Point Crisp is home to some of the most amazing water front homes found on Siesta Key. Privacy, elegance and convenience are prevalent in this south Siesta Key neighborhood of only 16 home sites.
Riegels Landing is a fabulous waterfront community located with 29 homes within a bike ride or walk of Siesta Key beach. Residents can dip their toes in the white powdery sands of the world famous Siesta Key beach and Gulf of Mexico easily. Riegels Landing is a gated community that also offers deep water boating for those with sailboats or large yachts.
The finest homes on Siesta Key are those of The Sanderling Club. This exclusive neighborhood features properties that give the island it’s charm and appeal. Sanderling Club is located south of the Stickney Point Bridge right on the Gulf of Mexico.
Siesta Isles offers 295 beautiful waterfront properties that are situated on two small man made islands in the center of Siesta Key just north of Siesta Key Beach. Many of the homes offer canals that lead out to the Sarasota Bay. There are bridges to the bay so no sailboats or large yachts will work in Siesta Isles.
Looking for a waterfront community on Siesta Key with easy access to all of the amenities of the Siesta Key village? Come explore the 41 homes in the Sandy Hook. It is located just north of the popular village area where you can find a casual meal, a tasty beverage, some shopping and other fun entertainment.
Located just South of Hidden Harbor are the waterfront residences of Siesta Cove. Siesta Cove’s 84 homes are protected from the noise of the Intracoastal Waterway by Mangrove Island. These beautiful, waterfront residences offer deep water dockage for large sailboats and fishing vessels.
Siesta Bayside offers some fabulous waterfront homes without any bridges to the bay. Located on the north east side of Siesta Key these 30 homes have easy access to boating the beautiful Siesta Key beaches as well as all of the amenities that Sarasota has to offer.
Whether you want a larger neighborhood or a more secluded one in which to call home, Siesta Key neighborhoods offer that and so much more. If it is a taste of paradise you're seeking, consider the wonderful neighborhoods of Siesta Key.
Five Things You Should Know about Siesta Key
Siesta Key beach has won the best beach in the U.S. by Dr. Beach.
There are plenty of home and condo options on Siesta Key.
The sand on Siesta Key beach is 99% quartz which prevents it from getting too hot.
Siesta Key offers many condos that allow short term renting.
Has more of a bohemian & laid back feel than Longboat Key & Lido Key.
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Siesta Key History
People began settling on Siesta Key in the late 1800's. Back then the island was referred to as "Sarasota Key." Captain Louis Roberts and his wife, Ocean Hansen Roberts came to Siesta Key and established their claim. Do their names look familiar? Ocean Boulevard, Roberts Road and Hansen Bayou were named after the couple. In 1906, Captain Roberts enlarged his home and turned it into Roberts Hotel. In 1902 Captain Robert, Harry Higel and E.M. Arbogast formed the Siesta Land Company. By 1946, Siesta Key was still labeled “Sarasota Key” on government maps, but was called Siesta Key by the County.
Harry Higel, for who Higel Avenue is named after, was responsible for many of the canals on Siesta Key. In 1910 Higel was busy dredging canals, filling in low lying areas and excavating shell deposits that could be used to surface the roads as they were built. The canal that leads from Hansen Bayou westward was dug for its shell deposits.
In 1916 Harry Higel was mayor of Sarasota and supported a bond issue that was passed and resulted in the building of the first Siesta Key Bridge in 1917. The second bridge on Stickney Point Road was built by the County in 1926. They platted the subdivision of Siesta on the northern end of the Key.
The Siesta Key Association was founded on November 12, 1948, as a community group which was dedicated to maintaining Siesta Key as an attractive residential area. The association has been the driving force behind many improvements to Siesta Key.
The Siesta Key Lifestyle
Have you ever dreamed about living within a short walk of one of America's top beaches? If so, relocating to Siesta Key can make that dream a reality.
Siesta Beach was ranked by National Geographic as one of the top family beaches in the country. it was also named by USA Today as a Readers Choice for America's best beach. You won't find rowdy spring breakers here. The pristine sand is an oasis of relaxation. Living in Siesta Key makes the beach a part of everyday life. There is no such thing as planning a "weekend beach trip",because it is a given you'll be spending a couple of hours on the beach every Saturday and Sunday. You can even hit the beach after work and catch a couple hours of sun. It's also a great time to take in the stunning sunset over the Gulf of Mexico with your significant other.
One of the best parts about Siesta Key is you can experience all the perks of a tropical vacation without leaving home. There are several quality fishing charters throughout the Key. These friendly local sailors are more than willing to induct you into the fishing culture that is tied to the area. If you are more of an adventurous type, then you will be happy to know Siesta Key has Parasailing, kayaking, and jet skiing. You don't have to worry about owning a boat or a jet ski, as there's a good chance you'll make quick friends with someone who owns both.
Siesta Key is also filled with dozens of shops. The shops range from your typical tourist beach shop, to high-end boutiques that would impress any fashionista. There are a few shops that sell obscure items, and these funky shops are what gives Siesta Key its flavor.
If you still need convincing on the quality of the Siesta Key lifestyle, then all you have to do is make a reservation at one of the restaurants. The Village Cafe is a perfect place to grab some breakfast as you watch the sunrise. It has been in business since 1995 and is a favorite among locals. After breakfast, stop by Captain Curt's Crab & Oyster Bar for a seafood feast.
To sum it up nicely, the Siesta Key lifestyle is filled with beach relaxation, any activity involving the water, and delicious seafood.
Where is Siesta Key?
Siesta Key Community Highlights
- Hosts numerous year-round events and festivals such as weekly farmers’ markets, Jungle Trails and Bunny Tails, Run for the Turtles, Amateur Sand Sculpting Contest, Annual Golf Tournament and more
- Popular attractions in the area include Captain Curt’s Crab & Oyster Bar, Tropical Shores Beach Resort, Siesta Key Watersports, Beach Bazaar of Sarasota, Key Life Charters and more
- All Siesta Breeze trolleys, running between Turtle Beach and Siesta Village, are now free to the public and run from 8am to midnight 7 days a week
- Major medical facilities to serve the area are Sarasota Memorial Hospital, Doctors Hospital of Sarasota, Sarasota Palms Hospital and Cape Surgery Center
- Higher education institutions nearby include St. Petersburg College, Hillsborough Community College, The University of Tampa and more
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Listing information last updated on April 25th, 2018 at 12:33am EDT.