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Siesta Sun is a quaint beach village community located at 6424 Midnight Pass Road built in 1958. With 24 vacation rentals, Siesta Sun is a great investment opportunity, with revenues averaging over $16,000 per year per owner. What makes Siesta Sun an incredible investment is the fact that it’s located just 300 feet from the beach. With such a prime location and affordable listing prices, the Siesta Sun Beach Villages are a wonderful real estate investment opportunity.
The biggest amenity of the Siesta Sun Crescent Beach Villas is that they are right on the beach of Siesta Key. The facility also has a heated pool, laundry room, beach chairs and beach lounges, plus, its got a barbeque and picnic area, right on the beach. Another attractive amenity is Siesta Sun’s location, which is ideal for anyone who is staying on the property. There’s literally dozens, even scores, of things to see and do nearby.
While the beach is a great feature, there’s more to see and do right around the corner. Those who enjoy the performing arts, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall and the Asolo Repertory Theatre are only minutes away. All kinds of dining, shopping, entertainment, and nightlife options are available in nearby Crescent Village, Siesta Village, St Armand’s Circle, as well as downtown Sarasota. Culture and art are also within minutes, which include the Ringling Museum of Art, Cà d’Zan Mansion, Sarasota Museum of Art, Dabbert Gallery, Powel Crosley Estate and Museum, and the Marietta Museum-Art and Whimsy. Plus, there’s many art galleries in St. Armand’s Circle as well as local talent. There’s also a plethora of beautiful golf courses within minutes of the property, which include the Bobby Jones Golf Club, Serenoa Golf Club, Stoneybrook Golf and Country Club, Village Green Golf Club, TPC Prestancia, Rolling Green Golf Club, and the Resort at Longboat Key Club. Fish, boat, water ski, hike, and more are nearby as is the South Lido County Park, or the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. Once you see what’s nearby and the convenience and charm of the Siesta Sun Beach Villas, you’ll understand why it makes sense to invest in these wonderful properties.
Situated on the beautiful barrier island of Siesta Key is the Siesta Sun Beach Villas, a wonderful place to relax, soak up the warm Florida sunshine and stick your toes in the sand. Located at 6424 Midnight Pass Road, in Sarasota, this community is a great place, comprised of just twenty six units.
There are four 2-bedroom villas in the development, ten 1-bedroom units, and twelve studio/efficiencies. Some of the villas are located right on Crescent Beach, and all have great views of the Gulf of Mexico, with easy access to the intracoastal and the gulf for those who like to spend time on the water. Within walking distance is a grocery store, a drugstore, a postal service, boat rentals, hairdresser, nail salon, restaurants and retail shops.
The view isn’t the only wonderful thing about these villas. On-site amenities include beach lounges, chairs, picnic tables and grills. There’s also a laundry facility and a beautiful swimming pool that was completely renovated in 2011.
For those who like the challenge of taking on the links, there are plenty of choices: The Oaks Club, TPC Prestancia, Village Green Golf Club, The Resort at Longboat Key Club, Serenoa Golf Club, The Meadows Country Club, Rolling Green Golf Club, Bent Tree Country Club, Calusa Lakes Golf Club, and the Bobby Jones Golf Club, just to name a few.
Retail therapy is never far away. Just a short drive is the Southpointe Shopping Center, St Armands Circle, Sarasota Pavillion, Westfield Southgate, and The Landings. There are also several nearby museums, and venues for enjoying the performing arts.
There’s plenty of outdoor recreational opportunities in the area, as well, which include boating, fishing, kayaking, biking, hiking, and beach volleyball. Sunsets here are stunning and sunrises are a wonderful experience.