Crystal Sands is coveted by beachgoers and nature lovers alike!
Built in 1970, the multi-story Crystal Sands offers an exquisite resort-style environment with its beachfront living and maintenance-free condos and villas. While most condos tend to have one to two bedrooms and villas tend to have one to three bedrooms, these homes maintain an open concept feeling with expansive views of Crescent Beach. Many condos have been recently renovated and many offer high-end finishes. You can unwind at the end of a long day and watch the beautiful sunsets of Siesta Key while sipping a glass of wine.
Whether seeking a second home or a rental property, Crystal Sands offers the best of both worlds. With a thriving rental market, this complex, while also an exquisite place to live, hosts a variety of vacationers, especially during the summer, because it is renowned for its popularity as a luxury destination. Amenities are plentiful at Crystal Sands, offering a private beach with access to Crescent Beach and just a short walk from one of the nation’s top-ranked beaches, Siesta Beach, which is celebrated for having some of the purest, whitest sands and bluest waters anywhere, an on-site manager, ground maintenance, waterfront access, laundry facilities, two heated pools with waterfront views, and a recreational facility. This deed-restricted property might be ideal for someone seeking to buy a property that they do not have to worry about maintaining from afar.
Many residents like to take advantage of Florida’s mild climate. The average temperature in Florida year-round falls around 73 degrees, making it possible to enjoy the outdoors almost every day. With this in mind, residents and tourists alike can enjoy being centrally located to endless attractions to keep them occupied, including kayaking, canoeing, boating, golfing and fishing. Close by are a number of prestigious golf clubs and courses and unlimited opportunities to boat or fish. Another enjoyable outing that allows you to take advantage of the tropical Florida climate is diving or snorkeling at Point of Rocks, a beautiful beach just minutes down the road that features one-of-a-kind rock formations and shallow waters teeming with wildlife to observe.