About Fisherman's Cove Condos & Townhomes
- Address: 9000 Blind Pass Rd, Sarasota, FL 34242
- Year Built: 1969
- Number of Units: 84
- Building Type: Low-rise Condominium
- Water Access: Private
- Rentals: Yes, minimum one day to maximum seven days
- Pets: No
You'll find Fisherman's Cove condos on a private sliver of land betweetn the ocean and the waters of Blind Pass. Unlike other vacation condos in the area, many Fisherman’s Cove properties feature two bedroom, two bathroom floor plans, which are ideal for spacious, luxury living. Typically priced around $400,000, they offer beautiful, beachfront location for those on a budget. No matter what side of the building you're on, you can enjoy views of the bay or the beach. Plus, it's location is tucked far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the bigger resorts so that you can really relax in your own calm and private seaside oasis. If you're thinking about renting out your property, Fisherman’s Cove condos may be leased to vacationers up to 52 times annually.
Fisherman's Cove Condo Amenities
Fisherman's Cove condos have been impressively maintained throughout the years, so while they are a bit mature, they really don't show their age. This area is an especially popular choice for kayak-enthusiasts because of its great access to the mangrove islands, which are home to a diverse collection of plants and wildlife, especially during the warmer months. Aside from the heated pool and spa, with plenty of space to relax and enjoy the sun, this condo building also offers some very enticing amenities that you'll be hard-pressed to find in other Siesta Key buildings, which include:
- Oceanfront shuffleboard
- Free boat docks
- Outdoor BBQ stations
- Fishing pier
Life at Fisherman's Cove - Siesta Key
Fisherman's Cove is a fisherman's paradise and a boaters dream come true. The surrounding bays, lagoons and waters along the gulf coast yield aquatic species such as tarpon, snook, trout, snapper, pompano, grouper, redfish, Spanish mackerel and kingfish, and endless places to explore with your boat or kayak.
Turtle Beach is a paradise for shell seekers and recreationalists alike. Its unique location, sloping coastline and characteristic coarse sands seem to attract those rare treasures, including shark’s teeth and exotic seashells, that delight avid beachcombers. Volleyball courts and sea kayaking beckon those who enjoy more active pursuits while picnic spots with barbecue facilities accommodate group get-togethers. As each splendid day draws to a close, viewers bear witness as the slanting sunlight sets fire to the temperate waters of the Gulf.
Siesta Key is located amid more than 30 miles of unspoiled coastline and bays. With the rich estuaries of Tampa Bay to the north and Charlotte Harbor to the south, it numbers among the top fishing destinations in North America. Since 1930, Siesta Key has hosted the Sportfishing Anglers Tarpon Tournament each spring, an event that is the oldest ongoing tarpon competition in the world. Locally-owned fishing charters and guides are available too.