Surf & Racquet Club Condos For Sale

Sarasota Surf and Racquet Siesta Key

Address: 5900 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242
# of units: 188
Year built: 1971
Minimum lease: 1 week
Leases/year: 52
Beach or Bay Beach

The barrier island of Siesta Key is in Southwest Florida. It is a beautiful eight-mile long island that is home to Florida’s best fine white-sand beaches. Built on this beautiful barrier island is Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club, a condominium complex built in 1971, comprising of 188 residential units occupying 13 acres of land. The mid-rise structures of the Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club are recently renovated, inviting homebuyers yearning for a laid-back lifestyle. Read More about Sarasota Surf & Racquet Club.

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Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club Condos enjoy a strategic location along Midnight Pass Road, one of Siesta Key’s main transportation arteries. Residents have direct access to Crescent Beach and enjoy a breathtaking view of the Gulf of Mexico. Residential options in the Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club range from 830 to 1,240 square feet of living space in two bedroom options. Luxurious amenities are available for residents and guests to include a courtyard, a fitness center, Har-Tru and Lackfolds tennis courts, two heated swimming pools, barbecue and picnic groves, and large rooms for social gatherings. The entire condo complex has Wi-Fi access.

Sarasota Surf and Racquet CondosBeach lovers will enjoy the condo community’s proximity to Crescent Beach, which is a more secluded beach than the Siesta Public Beach. Diving aficionados will also love Point of Rocks, which is located in the southern portion of Crescent Beach. It provides its visitors with a colorful tropical underwater experience. Further down south is Turtle Beach, which is a good venue for seashell collection. The best beach in the island, Siesta Beach, is also a short distance away with its wonderful nature trails, charming picnic groves, tennis and volleyball courts, as well as a fitness center that hosts public yoga, Pilates, and dancing lessons for interested guests.

For some local shopping and dining, residents of the Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club can go to Crescent Plaza. One of the most popular dining establishments in the plaza is the Peruvian-themed Javier’s, which boasts of an exceptional collection of wines. For residents who desire the best of the Sarasota good life, they can hop into their cars and drive a short distance to the mainland where vibrant commercial establishments abound such as the Westfield Sarasota Square Mall, St. Armands Circle, Sarasota Opera House, Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, and Ringling Museum of Art.