Sunset Royale Condos For Sale - Sarasota
|Address:||711 Beach Road, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|Number of Units:||34|
|Minimum Lease:||1 week|
|Leases Per Year:||52|
|Beach or Bay:||Across the street from Siesta Key beach|
The Sunset Royale condominium complex recently underwent a $3-million renovation. The mid-rise structure of charming condominium residences stands within a well-manicured landscape with lush tropical foliage in the entire property. Its location is along Beach Road, which is found in the northern side of the Siesta Key barrier island. Read More about Sunset Royale.
The Lido Key county park is just across the Sunset Royale community where fishing activities and picnic areas abound. In addition, residents of the Sunset Royale are only a few minutes away from Florida's most famous beach, Siesta Public Beach, which is internationally known for its powder-fine white sands. The beach offers a buffet of recreational pursuits such as nature trails, courts for volleyball and tennis, playgrounds, and picnic groves. Water-based activities may also be enjoyed such as fishing, boating, parasailing, swimming, and many more. Another beach that is frequently visited in Siesta Key is the Crescent Beach, which offers are less crowded beach experience. Divers will love visiting the limestone coral reefs of Point of Rocks, which teems with abundant marine species. Down south of the barrier island is Turtle Beach with narrow sloping shores that allow seashells to collect. Blind Pass Lagoon is within the beach premises, where avid fishers could wait on for a good catch.
Activities other than the beach include shopping, dining, and entertainment. Local shops occupy the town plazas of the Crescent Village and the Siesta Village. One of the popular streets in Siesta Key island is Ocean Boulevard, famous for its fresh seafood fare and bars. Some of the popular establishments that should not be missed are Siesta Key Oyster Bar, Daquiri Deck, and Lobster Pot.
Residents who wish to visit downtown Sarasota may take a short drive through Stickney Point Bridge, which links Siesta Key island to mainland Florida. Attractions in the city of Sarasota include St. Armand's Circle, Marie Selby Botanical Garden, Ringling Museum of Art, and the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall.