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Somerset Cay, located at 9122 Midnight Pass Road on the charming and beautiful barrier island of Siesta Key, in the tropical city of Sarasota, Florida, is a lovely condo community that was, unlike nearby communities, built in 2003, rather than in the 1970’s, making it very modern and completely inclusive of the most sought after creature comforts in every unit. The condos on the property either have bay or gulf views, looking out over Little Sarasota Bay or the Gulf of Mexico, making sunrises and sunsets one of the best features of the community. The typical unit in Somerset Cay is a three bedroom, three bathroom floor plan, complete with a two car garage.
Situated between two of the most gorgeous beaches in the country, Crescent Beach and Turtle Beach, Somerset Cay is also brimming with great on-site resident amenities. These amenities include: well-equipped private boat docks, a fitness center, a swimming pool and spa, and even a cabana with granite bar. Residents have their own beach access and won’t want to miss the breathtaking, nearby Point of Rocks.
What’s even more terrific about Somerset Cay is how close it is to shopping, dining, outdoor activities, arts and culture, nightlife, entertainment and more. Speaking of arts and culture, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall and the Asolo Repertory Theatre are right around the corner. Or, be magically transported to the past and savor 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. For those who can’t imagine life with being on the links, nearby, there are a number of beautiful, yet challenging courses, like 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. Get up close and personal with nature and visit Glebe Park, Phillippi Estate Park, Oscar Scherer State Park, or the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. Fish in Blind Pass Lagoon, or spend a day water skiing, boating, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and many more outdoor activities. There’s also plenty of shopping, dining, entertainment, and nightlife options in nearby Crescent Village, Siesta Village, St Armand’s Circle, as well as downtown Sarasota.