- 2 Beds
- 3.0 Baths
- 2,680 SqFt
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Polynesian Gardens Villas
|Address:||6201 Midnight Pass Rd.
Siesta Key, FL 34242
|Unit Sizes:||896 to 2680 sf|
|Highest Listing Price:||$|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$|
The charming bayside condominium Polynesian Gardens sits right in the center of beautiful Siesta Key. Built in 1968, this tropically landscaped community consists of 73 villas situated in a lush park-like setting. The villas offer two-bedroom floor plans ranging from 900 to 1,200 square feet of living space. Several units surround a large and newly renovated community clubhouse, pool, and library. An active homeowners association ensures that the property is not only beautiful, but also exceptionally well-kept. The association regularly organizes events and gatherings for Polynesian Gardens’ residents and guests to enjoy.
The property, surrounded by breathtaking scenery, rests between the tranquil Sarasota Bay to the east and the Gulf of Mexico to the West. Residents and guests enjoy a private fishing pier and boat docks on the Intracoastal Waterway. Investors love the pet-friendly environment and the two-week minimum rental policy in the off-season. Owners may also rent their units for a one-month minimum during peak season providing excellent income potential.
Siesta Key, home to America’s most beautiful beach, is a favorite destination for vacationers and investors alike. With eight-miles of a stunning, powdery-white sand beach, surrounded by azure Gulf of Mexico waters, it is no wonder why people from around the world choose to call it home.
The Siesta Key Public Beach is minutes away with plenty of activities for all ages, including volleyball, basketball, tennis, nature trails, playground and picnic areas, as well as a pavilion with concessions. A little further north of the public beach is the popular Siesta Key Village. The Village offers a variety of restaurants, clubs, and upscale shopping on the island. Also, easily accessible on the island are grocers, a post office, salons, and rental facilities providing everything from boat to bicycle rentals.
Just over the south Stickney Point Bridge, residents and guests will find all the conveniences of the mainland including Publix, Westfield Shopping Center, and a host of other restaurants and retailers. Within a short twenty-minute drive, one may explore the sophisticated downtown Sarasota, and St Armand’s Circle with its upscale boutiques, array of sumptuous cuisine, theater, and entertainment. Sarasota is also home to the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, The Sarasota Opera, The Ringling Museum of Fine Arts, Van Wetzel Performing Hall, and the Asolo Repertory Theater.