Sanderling Club Homes For Sale - Sarasota
Search Sanderling Club homes & real estate for sale in Siesta Key, FL below! 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. If you prefer a gated community, Sanderling Club’s 24-hour gated security is the only community that features this on Siesta Key. Please note that this gated security is limited to the beach front and Heron Lagoon residences on Siesta Key.
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The beautiful homes in The Sanderling Club were built on massive, estate sized lots that offer lavish landscapes with exotic trees and rare tropical foliage. The majority of the residences in this community are prices between $1 million to $10 million. The south end of Siesta Key (just behind Turtle Beach) provides palatial beach side residences for Sanderling Club communities. The Sanderling Club is home to some of the finest estates in Sarasota, Florida. The convenience here is a big draw for those who want a beachfront location but may not want to be as far south as Casey Key.
Do you enjoy birds and wildlife? The Sanderling Club offers residences that are not located directly on the beach line Heron Lagoon. Heron lagoon has flocks of Heron and brightly colored Green Parrots that frequent the lagoon as well as other coastal birds that are native to the area.
Mandatory membership in The Sanderling Club is required of residents of the Sanderling Club community. There is an initial fee of $20,000 to join the club as well as an annual membership of $2,800. The Sanderling club provides 3 tennis courts, a 15 slip marina located on the water, kitchen, private beach access, a barbeque area and a quiet library.
Residents of The Sanderling Club are also given access to the beach-side cabanas of The Sanderling Club. Designed by architect Paul Rudolph, the cabanas were primarily constructed in the 1950s to be used by Sanderling residents that do not have their own beach front address.
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