Cedars East proves to be one of the best investment properties on Longboat Key!
Cedars East features cozy townhomes located on the breathtaking and secluded Longboat Key. This subdivision houses around 90 units that were most commonly constructed between 1988 and 1991. Cedars East plays host to a variety of luxurious and convenient amenities, including proximity and affiliation with Longboat Key’s favorite tennis destination, Cedars Tennis Resort. Residents of Cedars East love to play matches on the ten lighted, Har-Tru tennis courts for all-day play. Other amenities include a Junior Olympic-sized swimming pool, a Pro Shop, a fitness center, a charming tiki bar with a restaurant that resides on-site, and acres of lighted walkways for peaceful strolls. Day docks and waterfront access make it possible to boat any day and to truly enjoy the Florida lifestyle. The townhomes at Cedars East are also maintenance-free and are able to be rented for two-week minimums, making these townhomes an ideal property for investors.
The perfect place to launch your kayak!
Many homes also offer beautiful views of the Gulf of Mexico and Sarasota Bay. Cedars East rests on over 66 acres of stunningly maintained landscaping and offers many opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Cedars East also features a fishing pier and a kayak launch. One of the most enjoyable activities in southwest Florida is exploring the beautiful, native landscapes of the Keys in a canoe or kayak.
While Cedars East maintains a quiet and secluded atmosphere maximizing relaxation time, Downtown Sarasota and St. Armands Circle are just a short drive away and will provide a great getaway to experience fabulous shops, restaurants, cafes, and cultural attractions. St. Armands features a series of sophisticated fashion boutiques where you can buy one-of-a-kind items and dine at some elegant eateries. Lido Beach is also just a short distance away. Downtown Sarasota, a little further away, contains a renowned arts and cultural scene that offers many unique venues including the Ringling Museum of Art, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, the Sarasota Opera House, and the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.