Harbour Towne Condos For Sale - Sarasota
|Address:||Dockside Place, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|# of units:||50|
|Minimum lease:||1 month|
|Beach or Bay:||Bay|
Siesta Key is a barrier island situated between the Gulf of Mexico and the Sarasota Bay. In the past decades, a considerable number of real estate developments have risen in the eight-mile long island, inviting people from the United States and all across the globe to explore its wonderful beaches and island atmosphere. In 1982, the Harbour Towne condominium complex was built in place of an old marina that was free from any kind of obstruction. It became a suitable launch site for boats heading towards the Intracoastal Waterway, Sarasota Bay, or the Gulf of Mexico. Residents of the Harbour Towne enjoy safe and maintenance-free homes that come with 25-foot deep-water docking areas as a bonus. Read More About Harbour Towne.
Harbor Towne on Siesta Key
Harbor Towne Condos consist of 50 residential units. Each condo has its own docking area, making it exceptionally ideal for those who own private boats. Moreover, the property includes a fishing pier for those who want to try their luck at making a good catch. Aside from these excellent facilities, Harbour Towne also has a clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis court, hot tub, spa, and picnic and grill area.
Residents of Harbour Towne condos enjoy quick access to the Siesta Key Beach as well as the water-based recreational activities available in the beach area. Another attraction is Turtle Beach for its numerous launch-and-dock facilities and proximity to Blind Pass Lagoon, which is perfect for fishing.
Harbour Towne Condos is strategically located near town centers such as that of Siesta Key Village, where a number of shopping, dining, and entertainment establishments abound. For those who want a more vibrant atmosphere, a short drive away via Stickney Point Bridge will bring them to downtown Sarasota, one of Florida’s vibrant cities teeming with quaint shops, boutiques, and restaurants as well as art and cultural centers such as the Ringling Museum of Art and St. Armand’s Circle.