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Search Siesta Cove homes for sale or start browsing all Siesta Key homes for sale. If you are looking for a waterfront residence on the island of Siesta Key, consider Siesta Cove real estate. Built in the 1970s and 1980s, Siesta Cove homes come in various styles and sizes, making them right for a wide variety of individuals and families. They are set on deep waterways, allowing you to dock your large boats with ease while enjoying all of the amenities that the community, as well as the city of Sarasota, has to offer.
Stroll through St. Armand’s Circle, and stop for a cappuccino or hand-dipped ice cream. Or go to the art district of Sarasota, taking in the paintings at the Ringling Museum of Art and a show at the Van Wezel. Shop at the Westfield Shopping Mall or drive north to the outlets in Ellenton. Siesta Cove homes are also an hour from Tampa and about two hours from Orlando. Read more on Siesta Cove real estate.
Living in one of the 83 homes of Siesta Cove means that you will enjoy lush natural Florida fauna and wildlife in your own backyard while being a stone’s throw from the art, entertainment, dining and shopping options of a medium-sized city.
Siesta Cove homes for sale range in size from 1,500 to over 6,000 square feet. Choose from homes in Mediterranean, Florida Ranch, Key West and Contemporary styles. Current prices for homes on the market now range from $400K to $1.8 million, but will vary depending on availability at any given time.
While on the island, you’ll be close to Siesta Key Beach, rated as one of the best beaches in the world. Since it’s covered with quartz sand, you won’t risk burning your bare toes, and the water is warm, calm and clear. Living so near the Gulf of Mexico as well as the Intracoastal Waterway means that you’ll be able to take advantage of various water sports, including sailing, kayaking, fishing and parasailing.