Paradise Cove Condos in Siesta Key FL

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Paradise Cove at 6600 Peacock Road is a community that is tucked away near a lagoon in Siesta Key. Residents of Paradise Cove will not only appreciate its location for its peaceful ambiance but also for its unobstructed and splendid views of Sarasota Bay. This bay side property is perfect for individuals who are looking for a quiet place to rest in after an exhilarating day at the lovely shores of Siesta Key.

This Siesta Key real estate property was built in 1982 and this mid-rise residential complex is composed of just fourteen units. Most of the Paradise Cove condos for sale measure 1,200 square feet in living space and come in two-bedroom and two-bathroom configurations. Featuring a one-car garage, such units may have an asking price of around $200,000. These Siesta Key condos for sale have a one month rental minimum policy. Residents share the use of the property’s swimming pool and private parking areas.

Aside from the bay views, residents can also partake of beautiful lagoon views. The community is adjacent to Stickney Point Bridge which connects Siesta Key to Sarasota and the rest of mainland Florida. Residents who want to immerse in the arts and culture scene which Sarasota is prominent for need only to take a five minute drive through the bridge.

Sarasota is considered as the arts and culture epicenter of the state because of its numerous theaters and art galleries. Asolo Theater and Florida Studio Theater are just a few of the notable theaters that have made the city famous with their productions. A trip to downtown Sarasota is also required if one wants to go on an unforgettable shopping spree. Upscale boutiques to specialty shops are found on Main Street at the heart of Sarasota’s shopping district. But residents who choose to stay closer to home may still go shopping especially since Gulf Gate Mall and Westfield Southgate Mall are located near the southern and northern Siesta Key bridges, respectively.

Those who choose to vacation at Siesta Key expect to feel the island’s pristine sands on their toes, and that’s something they won’t be disappointed with. Just steps away from Paradise Cove and residents will find themselves in Crescent Beach. Crescent Beach is internationally famous for its immaculately white and extremely fine sand. In fact, experts believe that the whitest and finest sand in the world is found in the tiny island of Siesta Key.

Crescent Beach’s top attraction is Point of Rocks. An underwater marvel which is actually a coral formation inhabited by various species of tropical fishes, Point of Rocks is a prominent diving and snorkeling site in the Gulf of Mexico. Farther south of Crescent Beach is Turtle Beach. Less frequented of all the three beaches in Siesta Key, Turtle Beach has a boat launch, horseshoe pit and volleyball court.