Not many people, including real estate salespeople in Sarasota County, know about Point Crisp. The Siesta Key housing market is filled with surprises for house hunters who take their time and connect with the right real estate professional who knows about Point Crisp.
Located just south of the Stickney Point Bridge on the Bay side of Siesta Key, Point Crisp is a collection of spectacular estates arranged along a sandbar that juts out about 500 meters into the water. There are only 14 properties in this subdivision, and each of them features more than 5,000 square meter of air conditioned space.
Point Crisp is very private community. There’s actually a sign by the entrance on Midnight Pass Road, but it is easy to miss amidst the mature vegetation. When people pass the sign and formally enter Point Crisp Road, they can hardly believe the grandiosity of the waterfront estates.
As the easternmost point in Siesta Key, the homes at Point Crisp offer some of the best views of the Sarasota Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway. Each waterfront property in this community features its own and unique architectural style, which range from Contemporary to Southern Plantation and from Caribbean to Mediterranean.
All the mansions in Point Crisp are valued at seven figures. A listing in mid-2015 featured four bedrooms and four full bathrooms built on 5,007 square feet. This Contemporary-style mansion includes balconies, a rooftop lounge with observation deck, private docking space, swimming pool, exercise room, a den, and luxury interior decoration throughout the house.
To access the beach and enjoy the white sands of the nearby beach, Point Crisp residents merely have to walk down and across Sanderling Road. The nearest golf course is the prestigious TPC Prestancia, and there are various dining and shopping options across the Stickney Point Bridge, which is only a five-minute drive away from Point Crisp.
Homes for Sale at Point Crisp in Siesta Key
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