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|Address:||6140 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|# of Units:||135|
|Minimum Lease:||1-7 days|
|Beach or Bay:||Beach|
Built in 1967, Horizons West is one of the most sought-after properties on Siesta Key, and some consider it as a local landmark. Its prime location along with its numerous amenities make it a leap ahead of many other condo properties in the area.
Horizons West features 135 units consisting of condos and villas. The property's main tower was built to face the Gulf of Mexico, so each unit provides a spectacular view of the water. Owners also get the benefit of breathtaking sunrise and sunset views. The property's villas are only a short walk away from Crescent Beach. Read more about Horizons West condos.
Horizons West features condos in various floor plans including one, two and three-bedroom units. One-bedroom units typically measure 800 square feet, and two-bedroom units measure 1,500 square feet. Villas are single-story residences with two bedrooms and an attached carport, and they typically measure 1,100 square feet.
The grounds of the area are landscaped and regularly maintained to enhance its esthetic value. There are plenty of amenities for owners at the property including two swimming pools and a spa featuring a sauna and Jacuzzi. A barbecue grill is available for hosting events outdoors, and residents gain access to a private area of Crescent Beach. This area is equipped with cabanas and lounge chairs for residents to enjoy.
The name “Siesta Key” is usually associated with the area's Public Beach as it was named as the Best Beach by Dr. Beach in 2011, but there are also other shores for visitors or unit owners to enjoy. Two other beaches have gained attention including Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach.
Crescent Beach is loved for its similarity to Siesta Key Public Beach, but its Point of Rocks attraction offers a unique benefit. Point of Rocks is a popular diving site featuring a coral formation housing numerous types of tropical fish. Turtle Beach is appreciated by repeat beach-goers for its coarse sand and abundance of seashells.
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