Sandy Cove Condos For Sale - Sarasota

Sandy Cove Siesta Key

Address: 24 Sandy Cove Road, Sarasota, FL 34242
Number of Units: 112
Year Built: 1968-1973
Minimum Lease: 1 month
Leases/Year 3
Beach or Bay Small private beach. No access to long public beach

Sandy Cove is a charming Siesta Key property situated in the northern area of the barrier island. With approximately 112 condo units, Sandy Cove Condos enjoys proximity to Ocean Boulevard, a major thoroughfare in the island popular for its bars and seafood restaurants such as Siesta Key Oyster Bar and Lobster Bar. Read More About Sandy Cove

Condos for Sale at Sandy Cove Siesta Key June 15, 2024
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Sandy Cove Condos SarasotaAmenities in the Sandy Cove complex include a private beach, paver walks, swimming pool, and a fishing pier. Residents have permission to keep their feline or canine companions in the condominium residences. Lavish tropical landscaping flank the common grounds in this property. Available residential options in Sandy Cove are townhouses and condominium residences with living spaces that stretch from 632 to 2,529 square feet. All of these homes were built in the period between 1968 and 1973.

Residents of the Sandy Cove are only minutes away from the Siesta Public Beach, which is world-renowned for its powdery white sands. Other amenities and facilities in the beach include nature trails, volleyball, tennis, playground, and picnic groves. Two other popular Siesta Key beaches are nearby, namely Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach.

Town centers near the Sandy Cove complex are Siesta Village and Crescent Village, which are occupied by a number of fine shopping and dining establishments. A local post office and pharmacy is located in Crescent Plaza. Residents who would like to visit downtown Sarasota are just a short driving distance away via Stickney Point Bridge. Shopping establishments such as JC Penny, Sears, Macy’s and many more fill the commercial centers of Sarasota City. Events relating to art and culture are held regularly in venues such as the Sarasota Opera House, Ringling Museum of Art, and Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.