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|Address:||6308, 6310, 6312 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|# of Units:||87|
|Minimum Lease:||1 week|
|Beach or Bay:||Beach|
If you’ve been dreaming about lounging under the sun at a sought-after condo residence on Siesta Key Island, look no further than the Crescent Arms complex. Built in the mid- to late-1960s, Crescent Arms was one of the very first properties built on this Florida island. With a central location and on-site amenities, Crescent Arms is a wonderful place to spend your days. Read more about Crescent Arms.
Crescent Arms has 88 residences that start at 718 square feet and go up to 1,350 square feet of livable space. If you’d like the most prestigious unit Crescent Arms has to offer, you’ll get a condo with three bedrooms and an enclosed lanai. If you don't need quite so much space, you can secure one of the smaller condos. All residents have access to the on-premise heated pool.
Located along Midnight Pass Road, Crescent Arms is right on the major transportation hub of Siesta Key. You can get practically anywhere you want to go on the entire island from this road. You’ll also be close to Stickney Point Bridge, which is one of the two causeways that connect the island to the mainland. No matter where you want to go, you'll find it accessible from your Crescent Arms condo.
Crescent arms is located right on the gorgeous Crescent Bbeach. The beach is known for its gorgeous white sand as well as its seclusion. While Siesta Beach is also located on the island just to the north, Crescent Beach is much more private and relaxing. You'll love spending your afternoons taking in the sun and listening to the waves.
When you’re ready to shop or dine, head to the Crescent Village town center or the Siesta Key Village. For some nightlife, head to downtown Sarasota, which is just a short drive from Crescent Arms. Downtown Sarasota has shopping and dining opportunities, too, so you can spend the entire day there and then hang around to live it up once the sun goes down.
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