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Bay Oaks is a mid rise development consisting of two and three floor townhouses. Originally constructed in 1975 there are 96 units ranging in 700 square feet to 1700 square feet.
Addresses on Midnight Pass Road are much sought after on Siesta Key, and Bay Oaks is a great example of why that is. This fantastic condominium community offers potential buyers a lot of choice at reasonable prices. Whether you’re downsizing and looking for something smaller, or if you need a lot of space, Bay Oaks has a unit for you. The community is made up of both condominium units and townhouses, and Bay Oaks properties range from less than 700 square feet of space to more than 1,150 square feet of space. The price range on these condos is very affordable, ranging between $150,000 and $350,000.
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Bay Oaks condos takes good care of its residents. The amenities available in the Bay Oaks community will make you feel as if you’re on a permanent vacation. Some of the amenities at Bay Oaks include wifi, heated pool, clubhouse with billards, tennis courts, a fishing pier, horse shoes and bbq area. All of this within a short walk to Siesta Beach. Among the many perks of residency are these great amenities:
On Siesta Key, you’ll have three different beaches to choose from, each of which has its own special features. The Siesta Key Public Beach is a great place for a game of volleyball and a picnic, and is home to a regular Sunday night jam session, courtesy of the Siesta Key Drum Circle. If it’s diving opportunities that you’re looking for, Crescent Beach is where you’ll find the Point of Rocks, the areas best known diving sight. For long, intimate walks on a secluded beach, or for collecting seashells, go to Turtle Beach, which is best known both for its solitude and for the coarser sand that makes it a great spot to find shells that washed up on the shore.