Coquille Condos for Sale - Siesta Key
Located on the stunning barrier island of Siesta Key, Coquille townhomes are found within a secure neighborhood, just steps away from Crescent Beach. Aside from its ideal location, this charming Florida community offers privacy, plenty of room, and superb amenities. Coquille condos are perfect for both year-round living and vacation homes.
About Coquille Condos & Townhomes
- Address: Coquille St., Sarasota, FL 34242
- Year Built: 1983; renovated in 2005
- Number of Units: 27
- Building Type: Townhouse
- Water Access: Private
- Rentals: 3 month minimum
- Pets: 1 pet, up to 100 lbs.
You'll find Coquille condos within a private enclave that is home to the 27 two-story units. Originally constructed in 1983, Coquille's buildings were renovated in 2005. The extensive project involved exterior painting and roofing installation, as well as a host of other upgrades. Units typically have two bedrooms, range in size from around 1,500 to just under 2,000 square feet, and include a private garage. Coquille is also one of few complexes on Siesta Key that permits large dog breeds.
Coquille Condo Amenities
Coquille condos are always exquisitely maintained. Indeed, the complex's grounds are gorgeous to the smallest detail, with palm trees and colorful plants thriving throughout the year. Aside from the lovely pool and spa, Coquille's residents are granted exclusive access to nearby Crescent Beach. This white sand beach is stunning to behold, and includes a coral structure called Point of Rocks, which serves as a home to various tropical fish and is a very popular diving and snorkeling spot.
- Secure, gated entry
- Swimming pool
- Spa area
- Beautifully landscaped & maintained grounds
- Private access to Crescent Beach
Life at Coquille - Siesta Key
Living at Coquille, Siesta Key is your playground. On this island, the fishing and boating conditions are first-rate. Additionally, you can bike, swim, snorkel, hike, kayak, go parasailing, or just sit back and watch dolphins frolicking in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Though Siesta Key tends to be laid-back and peaceful, it has an abundance of nightlife options. Specifically, the island's northern section is bursting with eclectic bars, pubs, restaurants, spas, and ice cream parlors, many of which are packed into a district called Siesta Key Village - a terrific place to meet locals and people watch. You needn't ever worry about feeling stranded when you're on Siesta Key. Sarasota is easily accessible by boat or bridge. Thus, at any time, you can head into the city for sophisticated entertainment and recreation. You might spend a day or a weekend sightseeing, browsing art galleries, taking in a symphony or the ballet, watching a play, attending a concert, or shopping and dining in high style.