- 3 Beds
- 3.0 Baths
- 2,360 SqFt
- , Condo
|Address:||4708 - 4712 Ocean Blvd.
Siesta Key, FL 34242
|Unit Sizes:||1626 to 3903 sf|
|Location:||Direct Gulf Front|
|Highest Listing Price:||$1,450,000|
|Lowest Listing Price:||$1,450,000|
Windward Passage is ideally located on Ocean Boulevard just to the north of the Siesta Key Village. It offers the best in oceanfront accommodations accompanied by breathtaking views of Big Pass and the Gulf of Mexico. Siesta Key is one of the top destinations for vacationers from around the world, making a condominium in this complex a smart investment with significant income potential. This island is a favorite choice among real estate investors as well as those ready to take up permanent residence in paradise. Listings rarely come on the market here.
This gulf-front community consists of twenty-two condominiums in two 5-story tower buildings. Built in 1981, owners enjoy stunning views over Lido and Longboat Key. Both buildings' exteriors were recently painted and the roofs were replaced in 2016. Each tower has elevator service to every floor. There is a beautiful community pool overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. A sprawling seawall borders the west side of the grounds lending to the awe-inspiring landscape. There is a nice selection of floor plans from which to choose. Two, three, and four-bedroom configurations offer spacious living, ranging in size from 1,600 to 2,300 square feet. Each unit has a private garage with extra storage. Owners may have one small pet.
The property enjoys a central location on the island. World-famous Siesta Key Beach is within a short drive or bike ride. Consistently ranked among the most beautiful beaches in America, Siesta Key Beach earns this title for its picturesque, ninety-nine percent quartz sand, and stunning Gulf of Mexico waters. Guests of the beach enjoy a host of amenities including courts for tennis, basketball, and volleyball, picnic areas, nature trails, a pavilion, and concession areas. The beach is quite large in width and spans eight-miles in length along the coast of Sarasota.
The Village is the main commercial district on the island. It has a variety of restaurants, shopping, and entertainment options. Every Sunday morning local artists and farmers take part in the Farmer's Market here.
Just a short drive across the north bridge, residents may explore the sophisticated and charming downtown Sarasota with an abundance of fine cuisine, shopping, and exciting nightlife. Sarasota is a thriving arts community, home to the Asolo Repertory Theater, Ringling Art Museum, Sarasota Ballet, Sarasota Orchestra, and Florida Studio Theater. Other popular attractions include the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens, Ed Smith Stadium, Van Wetzel Performing Arts Hall, and the Sarasota Jungle Gardens. Just across the John Ringling Bridge, residents and guests may indulge in the equally lovely, St Armands Circle, Longboat Key, and Lido Key.