Property in proximity to the beach
The beaches around Sarasota and on the offshore islands Key leave nothing to be desired: More than 56 kilometres of fine white sandy beaches make every heart beat faster and animate to bathe in the sun, to swim and to go for a walk. Discover the variety of Bird Key, Casey Key, Lido Key, Longboat Key and Siesta Key. Here you will feel like in paradise on earth. Tell us what you need, and we’ll find it for you!
Anna Maria Island
Anna Maria Island with its relaxed Caribbean atmosphere is situated in front of the coast of Manatee County, bordering on the Gulf of Mexico to the west and on Longboat Key to the south. Particularly characteristic for the island are its beautiful white sandy beaches that extend over a total of nearly seven miles. Various properties blend into the beautiful landscape of the island, also as it is regulated by law that no building can be higher than 20.5 meters. Many of the beautifully restored houses and the spacious villas are situated directly by the sea.
Bird Key is located south of the Ringling Bridge between the mainland of Sarasota and St. Armands Key. From there you have a wonderful view of downtown Sarasota to the east, and the lively St. Armands Circle and Lido Key to the west. On this beautiful little island in Sarasota Bay there are attractive houses, villas and magnificent properties, which blend in elegantly with the scenery. Bird Key is a gated community, only accessible to residents and their guests. Sarasota Yacht Club is very nearby. Here members enjoy the club life with all its amenities, such as excellent food in one of the two restaurants by the waterfront and private boat docks.
The narrow island south of Siesta Key is one of the most prestigious residential areas of Florida. A variety of architectural styles of fascinating elegance with Mediterranean influences and old Key West Florida charm can be found here. Located between the Gulf of Mexico and Blackburn Bay, most of the properties are luxurious. The fauna and flora nature reserve on the island is also very much appreciated by the residents of Casey Key. Among them the writer Steven King, who can be spotted commuting on his bike between his three houses on the island. The properties on Casey Key are among the most exclusive on the West Coast of Florida.
Located just north of Siesta Key, Lido Key is connected directly to the scintillating St. Armand’s Circle. The west side of the island features a beautiful drawn out public beach. In the south extends into a park with tall trees and nice lawns. On the landscaped nature trails fauna and flora of the island can be discovered and a soothing scent of Australian pines fills the air. From the beach part of the park you have a breathtaking view of the Sarasota’s skyline and the Gulf.
Directly in front of Sarasota, Longboat Key is a narrow, nearly seven-mile long island. South of Tampa Bay it separates the Sarasota Bay from the Gulf of Mexico. 7,000 people live on this quiet barrier island. They appreciate not only the mild climate and the seclusion but also its proximity to mainland life. Stately mansions and beautiful houses blend harmoniously into the idyllic landscape and offer an ideal retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Two excellent golf courses with magnificent sea views, are located at the south end of the island.
Siesta Keys unparalleled white beaches are among the finest in the United States. An electrifying mix of properties ranging from affordable condos and small family homes on the beach to magnificent estates characterizes the island. The real estate on Siesta Key is as varied as the needs of their residents. They are living a relaxed way of life with free public events on the beach as the Siesta Fiesta and the Sunday Farmer’s Market. At the southern end of Siesta Key is Turtle Beach, a natural beach, where you can find beautiful shells in all forms. The only sound in the idyllic tranquility of this place is the sound of the sea.