The house is located within 10 minutes drive from both downtown and Siesta Keys beach, and about 20 minutes drive from Lido beach.
You can easily access world class beaches, the heart of the theater and arts district, fine dining and the lifestyle that put Sarasota on the map. The three bedrooms are beautifully appointed with a king bed, the another two bedrooms with two queen beds. We also have two sofa sleepers and two roll away beds. A travel crib is available for a baby
The fully appointed kitchen, separate dining room, two full baths, laundry facilities make this home a great retreat for a getaway or an extended stay.
The pool is heated.
IF TEMPERATURES FALL DOWN TO 65 AND BELOW DURING NIGHT TIME THE HEATER MAY BE TURNED OFF as it WILL NOT HEAT WHEN OUTSIDE TEMPERATURES ARE TOO LOW.
It is yours to use 7/24. Use it at your own risk.
Children under the age of 12 should be supervised by an adult age 18+ at all times. No glass of any kind is allowed in the pool area.
Pool guy comes on Wednesday or Thursday mornings, please do not swim for a few hours after his visit, since chemical level may be higher than usual.
Siesta Key is located on Florida’s Gulf Coast, just an hour south of Tampa. Part of prestigious Sarasota County, Siesta Key is only a bridge away from the “epicenter” of Florida’s Culture, Sarasota.
Featuring 99% quartz, Siesta Key is proud of its sand. Siesta Key even won an award from the International Sand Contest in 1987 for having the best overall sand anywhere! That means that Siesta Key has the best sand in the WORLD! Even the Travel Channel agrees. In 2004, the Travel Channel’s Best Beaches in America show featured Siesta Key as the Best Sand Beach…on the planet!
Siesta Key, Crescent Beach, Siesta Beach and Turtle Beach are accessible from the North Bridge at Siesta Drive or the South Bridge at Stickney Point Road.
With limited parking, along Beach Road, expansive Crescent Beach has been rated as one of the “Top 10 Beaches in the World”. Smack-dab- in the center of Crescent Beach is… the “public beach” known as Siesta Beach where Dr. Steve Leatherman, a.k.a. “Dr. Beach” awarded it… The #1 Ranking… above all other beaches in the U.S…. including Hawaii! Even Florida Trend Magazine has named Siesta Beach “The Best Beach” in the State of Florida!
If vacationing on Siesta Key in early November, you could see some pretty unusual sand formations. Not your typical sand castles but, World-Class… sand sculptures. You’ll see the best of the best…as Sand Sculpture Artists the world over, gather on Siesta Beach to work their magic at the Siesta Key Sand Sculpture Contest.
Siesta Key beach offers tennis and volleyball courts, shaded playground and picnic area, and convenient concession stands for a quick bite or a refreshing drink. Its shallow water near the shoreline and year-round lifeguard protection make it a great beach for the whole family. You can even borrow beach wheelchairs if you have visitor that needs help across the sand.
Whether you enjoy playing tennis or volleyball, fishing or boating, or a Drum Circle on Sunday evening to mark the end of another perfect weekend on Siesta Key, there's always something to do on Siesta Beach and it is all within walking distance of the many shops and restaurants on Siesta Key Village.
Located just south of Siesta Beach and with only one public access road, you can enjoy the same azure gulf waters and picture-perfect sunsets in a quieter, more secluded setting. At the southern tip of Crescent Beach, you'll find Point of Rocks, an area rich with coral formations and colorful marine life that is perfect for snorkeling or diving. Crescent Beach is the most private, non-private beach in town.
The sand at Crescent Beach was rated as "The World's Finest, Whitest Sand™" at the Great International Sand Challenge in 1987 beating more than 30 entrants.
Located on the southern tip of Siesta Key, Turtle Beach offers a "sportier" beach experience with its picnic areas, playground, volleyball court, and horseshoe pit. Turtle Beach has a boat launch area and fishing is permitted in the adjacent Blind Pass Lagoon. This area has restaurants, shopping and a few local night spots nearby.
Turtle Beach is a narrow beach with a steeper incline and darker sand that carries more shells. This beach is perfect for beach combers and shell collectors; you might even find a petrified shark's tooth to take home, especially after a storm.
Whichever beach you choose, the Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce can help you find the perfect Where To Stay, fun Events Calendar and all kinds of Things To Do while you are in town.Get the full listing »