Aloha Kai Condos For Sale - Sarasota

Aloha Kai Condos Siesta Key

Address: 6020 Midnight Pass Road
# of units: 68 
Year built: 1964 
Minimum lease: Daily/Weekly 
Leases/year: 52 
Beach or Bay: Beach 

The Aloha Kai Villas is a five-acre seafront real estate condominium development on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico. Residents of the Aloha Kai Villas are blessed with unobstructed views of the gulf as well as quick and easy access to Florida’s famous beaches and fun water-based activities. Read more about Aloha Kai Villas.

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Siesta Key condo residences in the Aloha Kai Villas comprise of a variety of options such as single-bedroom units and studio units, suitable either as a permanent home or a vacation home.

This Sarasota condo on the beach is located in one of the best locations. Residents and guests of the Aloha Kai Villas neighborhood enjoy Siesta Key Island’s lavish landscape to include thriving tropical trees, fruitful flowering shrubs, and lush mangroves. Extraordinary views of the Florida sunset as well as its fine white-sand beaches are at the disposal of its residents and visitors. The waters that surround the barrier island of the Siesta Key are a sanctuary of protected marine creatures such as dolphins and manatees.

An abundance of facilities is available in the Aloha Kai Villas property namely tennis courts, volleyball grounds, and picnic groves. It also has the biggest heated swimming pool in the Siesta Key area. Recreational rooms for billiard, table tennis, and card/board games are also found within the landscaped condominium complex. 

Siesta Key is linked to the Sarasota mainland by two bridges. Residents of the Aloha Kai Villas are just a short drive away from the attractions of downtown Sarasota such as the Myakka State Park, Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Ringling Museum of Art, Mote Marine Laboratory, and the GWiz Science Museum.