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|Address:||340 - 380 Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key, FL 34228|
|# of units||90|
|Year built:||1991 - 1994|
|Minimum lease:||2 month|
|Beach or Bay:||Bay|
Whether you are planning to move to Longboat Key as part of your retirement plan or may only live in your condominium part of the year, Tangerine Bay offers you all the comforts of home for as long as you want to stay. Everything about this oasis complex exudes an atmosphere of tropical joy and happiness around every corner. Read more about Tangerine Bay.
The moment you drive through the gates of this community, you'll likely feel swept away by the bright sunshine cascading over the bright white line of buildings, featuring patios strewn with beautiful and tenant-tended flowers. You instantly pick up an air of pride and respect for the community by the care given by the residents as well as the dedicated maintenance team. Driving to your tour, you might note the tennis courts, shimmering swimming pool, spa, clubhouse, fitness center, fishing pier and dock overlooking the sensational view of the Gulf of Mexico.
The Longboat Key Club amenities are within a short drive. The islandside courses offer 18 holes of golf, while the harbourside section of the club offers 27 holes of golf. The club also offers tennis, dining options, beach and swimming pool.
Built in 1994, each of the three Tangerine Bay units looks fresh and modern. Inside, you can choose a unit that has 2-3 bedrooms and 1-2 baths with an impressive average of 3,000-4,000 square feet of space. The cost for a condominium in one of the three buildings usually comes to between $750,000 and $1 million. Residents with children will have access to the revered Sarasota Public School System.
When you want to get out and explore your upbeat surroundings outside of the Tangerine Bay gates, Longboat Key is a wonderful place to get in some exercise strolling along the beach to find delicious local dining and nearby markets. For more variety in your outings, drive to St. Armands Circle or cross the Little Sarasota Bay into downtown Sarasota to mix things up.
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