Siesta Key Real Estate Foreclosures
Siesta Key is an eight-mile-long piece of paradise tucked between Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. With two bridges connecting this barrier island to Sarasota, the residents of Siesta Key have quick access to city amenities when the need is there. Otherwise, they enjoy the laid back, tropical atmosphere with an "old Florida" feel.
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Siesta Key Residential Foreclosure Listings
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Siesta Key Real Estate
Beach lovers soak up the sun on white, sandy beaches that stretch for miles. In fact, Siesta Key is known for it's soft, white sand, composed of 99% pure quartz and always feeling cool to the touch. In 2004, the Travel Channel voted Siesta Key as having the Best Sand Beach in America. Every year Siesta Key residents show off their beaches in the world-class Sand Sculpture Contest.
Wildlife in Siesta Key is abundant with resident dolphins and manatees living just offshore. Bird watching is a popular activity with the many wild parrots, varieties of shore birds, and wading birds such as the snowy egret, heron or the 5 foot tall Florida Sand Hill Cranes.
Siesta Village is the place to lounge about in an outdoor cafe and people watch. The area is lined with shops, trendy restaurants and handy stores.
For recreation, choose from such activities as kayaking, parasailing, fishing, sailing, or biking to name a few. A visit to Point of Rocks boasts some of the best snorkeling on Florida's west coast (a legendary pirate treasure site).
If you have any questions about foreclosures in Siesta Key FL or need more detailed information, please feel free to contact Adam Robinson, Licensed Real Estate Broker, at SarasotaForeclosures.com Inc. (941) 556-5656.
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