Jamaica Royale Condos For Sale - Sarasota

Jamaica Royale Sarasota, FL

Address:  5830 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242 
Number of Units: 175
Year Built: 1970
Minimum Lease:  1-7 days
Leases Per Year: 52
Beach or Bay: Beach

The condominium community of Jamaica Royale is built on the famous Siesta Key, an eight-mile long barrier island off the western coast of Florida. Residential options at the Jamaica Royale include high-rise condo units as well as villa-type apartment residences. The real estate property enjoys a wide and unhindered view of the clear waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Read More About Jamaica Royale

Condos for Sale at Jamaica Royale Siesta Key July 13, 2024
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Jamaica Royale on Siesta Key

Jamaica Royale Siesta KeyJamaica Royale Condos comprise of 175 units with floor plan sizes that stretch from 700 to 1,300 square feet. Since the complex was built in 1960, many of the properties have been renovated and improved, which is one of the reasons why a number of the owners have opted to lease out their units in exchange for a handsome amount of rental income.

Amenities in the Jamaica Royale property include a private beach area, three swimming pools, shuffleboard court, barbecue and picnic grove, and an all-purpose community room.

Residents of Jamaica Royale will enjoy the two-mile stretch of Crescent Beach, which is a less crowded beach than the Siesta Public Beach with equally fine and white sand. Further down towards the southern end of the barrier island is Turtle Beach with its narrow and sloping coastline that allows sea shells to collect in its shores. Fishing and boating are some of the water-based recreational activities that lovers of the sea may engage in. 

The condo community of Jamaica Royale is located only minutes away from Siesta Key Village and Crescent Beach Village, where a number of local shops and restaurants entertain residents and guests of Siesta Key Island. Since the barrier island lies at the boundary of Sarasota City, residents may also take a five-mile drive through Stickney Point Bridge and experience the art and cultural attractions of downtown Sarasota as well as its fabulous shopping and dining destinations.