Saturday, April 04, 2020

Turtle Cove


Turtle Cove

Siesta Key has managed to stay as one of Florida’s well-kept secrets. This barrier island was once known as the meeting place of eccentric artists and writers. But presently, it has become a popular holiday destination. Around 18,000 individuals flock to the island every winter. But vacationers do not avoid Siesta Key like they do the rest of Florida during the summer season. The tropical island has just as many visitors during the warmer months of the year.

What primarily draw vacationers to Siesta Key are its beaches. There are three beaches in the island but the most famous would have to be Siesta Key Public Beach. This stretch of sand has been proclaimed by Dr. Beach as the best in the entire country. What’s so distinct about this public beach is its sand quality. Composed of almost pure quartz, walking on Siesta Key Public Beach’s shores is similar to walking on powdered sugar.

When the day is done, it’s time to enjoy the sea breeze while sipping your favorite drink. Siesta Key Village is the place to head to for the best bars and restaurants in the island. Probably one of the most notable of the bars in the Village is Daiquiri Deck. Offering outside seating so that its patrons can enjoy the fresh air, Daiquiri Deck has numerous variations of the classic drink for which it was named for.

The present is the best time to invest in Siesta Key real estate with prices of Siesta Key condos for sale reduced. One of the more private communities in the island is Turtle Cove which is situated along the southern end of Midnight Pass Road. Having access to one of the island’s major thoroughfares, accessibility is not a problem at Turtle Cove. This residential development overlooks Little Sarasota Bay so residents are treated to striking bayside and gulf views.

Turtle Cove is the ideal place to permanently reside in because it is situated on the more secluded portion of the island. However, the community is still close enough to the various Siesta Key landmarks. There are two bridges which connect Siesta Key to downtown Sarasota so Turtle Cove residents can take a short trip to the arts and culture capital of Florida whenever the mood strikes them. Also, Midnight Pass channel has just been filled up with sand so residents can instantly cross to Casey Key.

Looking for Turtle Cove condos for sale can be difficult because of their rarity. However, one may chance upon a unit which measures 2,250 square feet, and has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a two-car garage. For a unit of that size, buyers may have to shell out no less than $700,000. Residents can make use of the property’s boat docks. Meanwhile, Siesta Key is in close proximity to Turtle Beach.

Turtle Cove Condos for Sale

Below are all of the current real estate listings available for sale in Turtle Cove of Siesta Key.

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