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A Little Information About Siesta Key

Siesta Key

Ranked as having one of the world’s prettiest beaches, Siesta Key is a desired and highly sought-after destination for vacationers, retirees, and year-round full-time residents alike. However, much of the real estate that is purchased on the island is done so by people wishing to make Siesta Key their home away from home.

The properties found on Siesta Key include sprawling beachfront mansions, quaint bungalows, modest single-family homes, condominiums, and homes styles in between these. The most popular homes on this island are the waterfront homes that have boat docks and are within a short walk to the beach.

There are more than 24,000 people living on Siesta Key, so it’s a much more populated island than some of the other Florida Keys islands. However, the residents and visitors of the island welcome the busyness that the larger population creates. They get the best of both worlds – the feeling of large city living and a dream-like paradise all wrapped up into one.

One of the big differences between Siesta Key and the neighboring Key islands is that the homes here aren’t just affordable for the extremely wealthy. There are more affordable homes on this island so that almost everyone can live and experience the beauty and serenity that the Keys and the Gulf of Mexico have to offer.

There are multiple communities that make up the neighborhoods of Siesta Key. Here is a list of just a few of the communities within Siesta Key:

Bay Island

Bay Island is the quintessential neighborhood to raise a family. The community consists of just under 200 single-family homes ranging in size from 800 square feet to more than 8,000 square feet. Living here will give you a spectacular view of both the city and the Sarasota Bay.



This community is popular among the retirees and families. There are 72 homes in this community and even the names of the streets like Treasure Boat Way add to the feeling of living in paradise.

Gulfmead Estates

This neighborhood sits at the north end of the island. If you want a waterfront home with beautiful views, this is the place you want to live on Siesta Key. You can also see Lido Key, downtown Sarasota, and Bird Key from this part of the island.

Hidden Harbor

This is a quaint community with less than 40 homes between 2,500 and 7,000 square feet, which sit along cobblestones streets. The homes here are some of the most distinctive and charming homes on the island. 

Siesta Isles

The nearly 300 homes that make up this community sit on two man-made islands just to the north of Siesta Key Beach. Many of the homes have access to canals that lead to the Sarasota Bay.

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