The #1 ranked beach in the U.S. is just around the corner from this luxury Key West style, 2 story private canal front home on Siesta Key. Located on Palm Island, a heart shaped island near the public beach and close to the popular Siesta Key Village with all your shopping, dining and grocery needs. It is a short 8 minute walk to the #1 ranked beach in America or choose free electric 6 person taxi service to take you most anywhere on the Key (see below for more info).
Fully furnished in modern decor, this 3000 sq ft newer home boasts a large pool, heated spa, multiple decks, outdoor pool table, outside eating area with grill, outdoor shower and dock with boat lift.
Sleeps 12 with a king, queen, queen, twin over full bunk and a 2nd twin over full bunk. Extra large master has large bath with jacuzzi tub, large walk in and an extra sitting room equipped with child gate and baby crib. Fully equipped kitchen has an extra large double oven and gas stove. Formal dining room and breakfast area. Wood floors, carpeted bedrooms and tiled baths. Gas fireplace, 3 TVs, 2 DVD players and stereo. Verizon FIOS wireless Internet, TV channels and unlimited US phone service. Laundry room, large garage with extra loft area, 2 bicycles, beach chairs & towels.
FREE TAXI SERVICE:
For those that would rather not make the 8 minute walk to beach or 10 minute walk to village, we supply (8 free rides a week including tip) in a electric cart taxi big enough for 6 persons and chairs to the beach, public beach area, Siesta village or Cresent Beach area. Your welcome to use the service for free unlimited (after the supplied 8 tip included vouchers) for tips only !!
Is an eight-mile-long barrier island about 50 miles south of Tampa off the west coast of Florida known for its incredible beaches (award winning whitest sand ) and beautiful weather. Siesta Key is home to more than full time and part time residents as well as a wide array of tropical trees, plants, and birds. While all the conveniences of modern life are easily accessible, Siesta Key is still remote enough feel like old Florida. The roads that wind through Siesta Village and the beaches are lined with tropical flowering plants and mature trees. Beach walkers and joggers are accompanied at the water's edge by a variety of birds including sandpipers, gulls, heron, and egret, and often dolphins can be seen playing and feeding just offshore. The expansive beaches are lined with palm trees and tropical plants with lush, green foliage. Siesta Key is a tropical paradise, beautiful year-round.
Siesta Key Community:
Only a limited number of resorts and hotels are located on Siesta Key, so vacationers usually stay in condos and private homes and cottages. Because they live among the residents during their stay, visitors easily become part of the community and are welcomed into the Siesta Key lifestyle. Vacationers quickly relax into the casual, friendly atmosphere and soon feel right at home wherever they go on Siesta Key. Siesta Key Village is an area near the north end of the key where vacationers and residents gather for dancing, dining, shopping, and fun. Each evening offers something exciting and entertaining. There are other shops and restaurants - something for any taste or mood - located all across the key. French, Italian, American, and Oriental restaurants offer delicious cuisine to suit even the most discerning tastes. Crab, lobster, raw oysters, blackened fish and unique local dishes are specialties at many of the waterfront and casual seafood restaurants on Siesta Key. For a little more excitement, try a nightclub with live music, and don't miss the popular Sunday night Siesta Beach drum circle where musicians and dancers are joined by the public in a weekly celebration. Water sports are also a big part of life on Siesta Key, with para-sailing, kayaking, boat rentals, guided tours, and fishing available. The city of Sarasota, which is connected to Siesta Key by two bridges, also offers a diverse mix of cultural, natural, scientific, and family fun attractions.