Boca Siesta Condos For Sale - Sarasota

Boca Siesta Sarasota Florida

Address: 5911 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242
# of units: 46
Year built: 1984
Minimum lease: 3 months
Leases/year: 4
Beach or Bay: Bay

Savor the refreshing surroundings of a beach-resort lifestyle in one of Siesta Key Island’s most luxurious condominium developments! The Boca Siesta complex boasts of 46 residences comprising of condominiums and townhouses with the Sarasota Bay as its frontage. All units are contained in a mid-rise building that features a lobby with tight security, affording its residents the privacy and safety they require. Boca Siesta comfortably rests within well-manicured landscapes of its property with wonderful amenities and facilities such as a swimming pool, clubhouse, tennis courts, and picnic areas for the exclusive use of its residents. Read More About Boca Siesta Condos.

Condos for Sale in Boca Siesta Sarasota May 26, 2024
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Within the premises of the Boca Siesta condominium community lies its deep-water boating docks, which makes living in this neighborhood suitable for those who own boats and love the sailing the seas.

Floor plans of condo residences and townhomes in the Boca Siesta stretch from 1,477 to 3,844 square feet, varying from single-bedroom to four-bedroom units. The condo community is located in the center of the Siesta Key barrier island, very near the Siesta Key Village, which is home to some of the finest local shops and dining destinations in the island. The three most popular beaches of Florida namely Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach, and Turtle Beach are only a short distance away from Boca Siesta. For those who like to experience some undersea adventure can head towards Point of Rocks, which teems with a colorful panorama of tropical fish as well as protected coral formations. Other water-based recreational activities include swimming, water-skiing, sailing, fishing, and boating.

Residents of the Boca Siesta will delight in the proximity of downtown Sarasota as the barrier island is only a short bridge away from the mainland, where the heart of all city action such as shopping, dining, and entertainment, may be enjoyed in reckless abandon.