Somerset Cay Condos For Sale - Sarasota
|Address:||9122 midnight pass road, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|Number of Units:||17|
|Minimum Lease:||2 months|
|Leases Per Year:||4|
|Beach or Bay:||Beach|
Take pleasure in the serene and secluded location of the Somerset Cay condominium complex, built in the more quiescent area of Siesta Key Island's southern end. The property was built along Midnight Pass Road, the barrier island's main transport artery, allowing residents quick access to a myriad of commercial establishments for either their convenience or pleasure. Read More About Somerset Cay.
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There are only 11 condo residences in the Somerset Cay averaging 2,500 square feet in size with three-bedroom floor plans that include a two-car garage. Each unit offers unhindered views of the Gulf of Mexico and the Intracoastal Waterway. Amenities in the complex include a swimming pool, fitness center, and private boat docks with equipment.
Residents of Somerset Cay will enjoy life by the beach, as the condominium community is only a stroll away from Siesta Key Florida's top three beaches, namely Turtle Beach, Crescent Beach, and Siesta Key Beach. Turtle Beach is nearest to the Somerset Cay, which features a narrow sloping shoreline conducive for seashell collection. Other facilities may also be enjoyed in the beach such as volleyball court, horseshoe pit, playground, boat launch, and picnic groves. Those who love fishing may do so in the Blind Pass Lagoon.
Towards the north is Crescent Beach, affording its visitors powder-fine white sands. Visitors should not miss the Point of Rocks with its underwater limestone formations, beautiful coral reefs, and abundant tropical marine life. The beach also offers volleyball and tennis courts, pavilion, and picnic areas.
The town plazas of the Siesta Village and the Crescent Village are only a short car drive from the Somerset Cay complex. Residents will enjoy the numerous shopping and dining options available in these community centers such as Anna's Deli, a café frequented by Siesta Key residents and tourists for its delicious sandwiches, salads, and cheeses.
Sarasota City is connected to the Siesta Key Island by two bridges. Somerset Cay residents may drive through Stickney Point Bridge and enjoy all that downtown Sarasota has to offer. St. Armand's Circle, Westfield Sarasota Square Mall, and the Ringling Museum of Art are just some of the many marvelous attractions in this bustling city.