- 3 Beds
- 4.0 Baths
- 2,758 SqFt
- , Single Family Home
Somerset Cove Townhomes
Siesta Key, FL 34242
|Year Built:||1990 to 1994|
|Unit Sizes:||2157 to 2758 sf|
|Highest Listing Price:||$1,300,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$1,300,000|
Somerset Cove is a unique community of townhomes on the north end of Siesta Key. The community provides some of the best maintenance-free living on the island. This exclusive neighborhood consists of only eleven townhomes, all exceptionally spacious in size. Somerset Cove, favorably located on the Coconut Bayou, provides boat dockage and easy bridge-free access to Roberts Bay, North Big Pass, Sarasota Bay, and Gulf of Mexico. The location on the northern end of the island makes it equally convenient to the mainland grocers, restaurants, retailers, and area attractions. However, one of the biggest assets is the property's proximity to Siesta Key Beach.
The Somerset Cove condominium was built in the early ‘90s. It is a gated community offering three-story townhomes with a Caribbean inspired architecture. Residents enjoy a private gas-heated pool, two fountain-adorned ponds, lush tropical foliage, and tennis at the neighboring Hamilton Club community. The three-story condominiums range in size from 2,500 to 4,444 square feet of living space. The residences have the feeling of a sing-family home. Exquisite floor-to-ceiling windows provide an abundance of natural light into the space, adding to its open feel.
Siesta Key Beach, ranked the #1 Beach in America, by Dr. Beach, draws visitors from around the globe. Known for its distinctive cool and beautiful 99% quartz sand, this stretch of sand is absolutely stunning. The island stretches eight miles and barriers the city of Sarasota. The Public Beach offers a wide beach area with lifeguards. In addition, there is an entertainment pavilion, concession stands, a playground, picnic areas, barbeques, volleyball, basketball, tennis courts, and “Old Florida” inspired nature trails.
The nearby Siesta Key Village has a host of upscale boutiques, eateries, and entertainment. Many locals and visitors come to the Village to experience the ultimate laid-back island atmosphere. It is easy to relax with the gentle ocean breeze flowing through the air and especially when accompanied by a cool beverage from the Daiquiri Deck. The Village is full of live musical entertainment almost every night of the week. Additionally, the Sunday morning Farmer’s Market is also quite popular with locals and visitors alike.
Those interested in an even greater selection of dining, shopping, and nightlife, may find it with a short drive across the north bridge to the mainland. The elegant and sophisticated downtown Sarasota, St Armand’s Circle and Hillview area are all situated close by with an abundance of shops, cuisine, and entertainment.