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Aqualane Estates



Considered one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Sarasota, especially in the West of Trail area, Aqualane Estates is close to a variety of attractions, including the popular Siesta Beach! While most homes are landlocked, many are located directly on the Bay and might offer docks with deep-water access that can put you just minutes from the Intracoastal Waterway. Many homes tend to be of older construction, but many have been recently remodeled with more modern upgrades including open-concept floor plans. The types of homes in this complex vary from small single-family homes to palatial waterfront mansions. If you have a superb boat that you love to use frequently, then this may be the perfect community to purchase your next home.

Aqualane Estates, located right near the causeway, provides many homes with waterfront access and places residents just a short drive from Siesta Beach, ranked one of the top ten beaches in the United States multiple years by “Dr. Beach”. After spending a beautiful morning at the beach, make sure to check out Siesta Key Village for its trendy boutiques, quirky gift shops, and gourmet restaurants, including Anna’s Deli, known throughout the Sarasota area for its mouth-watering sandwiches. For a unique tour of Siesta Key, stop by Robin Hood Rentals to sightsee on the Key while riding a Segway or scooter. Another attraction less than ten minutes away from Aqualane Estates is downtown Sarasota which offers another wide array of shops, restaurants, and cultural venues to experience. With the Ringling Museum of Art, Mote Marine Laboratory, and Van Wezel Performing Arts Center so nearby, you will never be without entertainment!

While it is difficult to find available listings in Aqualane Estates as they are highly desirable and fly off the market in the blink of an eye, if you do happen to find a home available, then schedule a viewing of the home with us and we will show you why these home are so beloved among Sarasota residents.

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