Sarasota Surf & Racquet Condos For Sale
Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club is located at 5900 Midnight Pass Road on Siesta Key, Florida. Located over thirteen acres, this luxury beach front condominium development contains one 188 residences. Residents primarily buy here for the amazing beach, glorious views, amenities and the ability to rent on a short term basis. Read more about Sarasota Surf & Racquet.
Condos in Sarasota Surf & Racquet
Direct access to the beach is just one of the many amenities that residents at the Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club can enjoy. There are two spacious swimming pools available as well as four tennis courts. Two of the courts are Har-Tru surfaced. There is a fully-equipped fitness center as well as meeting space for resident’s use. Outside there is a barbeque pavilion as well. There is also WI-FI available throughout the complex.
Home options for the two-bedroom residences at Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club range from 830 square feet to 1,240 square feet. Prices for the condominiums at Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club range from the $400,000’s to over one million dollars.
Of course, at Sarasota Surf and Racquet Club everyone's favorite amenity is Crescent Beach. Crescent Beach is definitely a remarkable spot, particularly for divers. The Point of Rocks, a group of colorful coral formations to the south that attract beautiful tropical fish, is a favorite for diving and snorkeling, but also nearby are Turtle Beach, the place for shelling on Siesta Key and Siesta Beach, with its ‘sugar’ white sands and host of features for visitors.
Siesta Key itself has much to offer, including the Village of Siesta Key. The village features about one hundred boutiques, shops and restaurants to create a true sense of community of this tiny barrier island.
If you should feel the need for more, though, Sarasota is just a short drive across either of two bridges that connect the key with the mainland. Sarasota is a cultural hub, offering the arts, music and theater as well as sporting events, events for the kids, and much more.
Is this the end of a boom cycle in the real estate market? It is too early to tell but some believe so. Below I provided graphs of inventories levels in Sarasota, Manatee, Longboat Key, Siesta Key, ... Read more