Turtle Bay Condos For Sale
|Address:||8701 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242|
|# of units:||82|
|Minimum Lease:||3 month|
|Beach or Bay:||Bay with deeded beach access|
Located off Midnight Pass Road, the Turtle Bay community includes dozens of breathtaking condominium residences perfect for anyone who wants a taste of paradise. Only a short distance from the famous Siesta Key, Crescent and Turtle beach, locals enjoy close proximity to the water as well as many other amenities necessary for a comfortable lifestyle. The two buildings are home to dozens of well maintained homes, all of which possess a wonderful view of the surrounding scenery. Read more about Turtle Bay.
8701 Midnight Pass Road, Sarasota, FL 34242
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Condos in Turtle Bay
Local amenities include spacious pools and hot tubs for healthy relaxation, as well as lighted tennis courts and a clubhouse. There is also a nearby fishing pier for those who want to seek excitement with a rod and reel, or for those who simply want a view of the open water. Over two dozen boat docks are also available to residents to rent out on an annual basis, so you can bring your boat when you move in to your Turtle Bay condo.
There is a building manager on site during weekdays, so residents have access to professional assistance if any issues arise within the home. While there are some pet restrictions on these condos, owners can bring a single pet of up to 30 pounds in weight into the home. Residents also have free use of the elevators within the building, which is great for older people and those with physical disabilities.
Situated on the renowned Siesta Key island, Turtle Bay is flush with coconut trees, warm ocean breeze and world class fishing. As a real island paradise, residents have plenty of reasons to fall in love with the area and find worthwhile entertainment throughout the entire year. The community is only a short distance to the mainland, which offers even more shopping, eating and entertainment opportunities.
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