Roberts Point

The waterfront homes for sale at Roberts Point provide breathtaking views and deep water docks.

Siesta Key features a variety of waterfront luxury condos and luxury homes for sale as well as  "America's Best Beach", Siesta Beach, and a well-located setting adjacent to beautiful Sarasota, Florida. A relatively tiny and entirely secluded peninsula at the northeast corner of Siesta Key, Roberts Point is the site of impressive, lavish waterfront mansions, estates, and luxury homes for sale in Siesta Key. If you're preparing to buy the home of your dreams, you might find it in this special community of dream homes and dreamy waterfront mansions.

When you arrive at Roberts Point, you've truly arrived, and people know it. Roberts Point is a prestigious address as well as a scenic community flourishing with tropical foliage, thoughtful landscaping, and a variety of older and newer waterfront mansions. Several somewhat smaller homes and several luxury homes off the waterfront are also part of this posh, upscale community. Roberts Point is diverse, too; retirees, working professionals, families with children, and a few part-time resident snowbirds are among those who enjoy the splendid benefits of home ownership at Roberts Point. The peninsula is named for Captain Louis Roberts, whose Siesta Land Company platted Siesta Village in 1907 and gave Siesta Key, formerly known as Sarasota Key, the name that's now synonymous with America's Best Beach, Siesta Beach, which is only minutes south of Roberts Point.

Immediate Boat Access to the Gulf 

Boating access to the Gulf of Mexico from Roberts Point is direct and immediate, without the bridges and manatee zones that many other area boaters must deal with. Kayak rentals, canoe rentals, fishing charters, para sailing, and guided boat tours are available from a number of small businesses on Siesta Key. The Point of Rocks, a favorite Siesta Key destination for snorkeling and scuba buffs, is just south of Roberts Point. Roberts Point is also less than a half-hour from a number of world-class country clubs and noted championship golf courses. With the Sarasota area's average year-round temperature of 73 degrees, residents at Roberts Point can live the good life and enjoy the great Florida outdoors almost daily.

Roberts Point residents are only a brief drive from lively downtown Sarasota, Florida's arts-and-culture capital, widely acclaimed for its many art museums, galleries, arts-crafts-and-music festivals, and performing arts venues. Crescent Arms is also just minutes south of the sophisticated shopping, cuisine, and nightlife at stylish St. Armand's Key. Don't wait another day; historically-low interest rates make this one of the best times ever to buy luxury real estate for sale in fabulous Roberts Point on Siesta Key.

Homes For Sale in Roberts Point

Real Estate:

2BR to 5BR single-family luxury homes, luxury mansions, and luxury waterfront estates.


Roberts Point is a peninsula on Siesta Key between Hansen Bayou and Coconut Bayou. The community is rich with luxuriant tropical landscaping. Dolphins and manatees can sometimes be spotted in the bayous.


Private deep water docks; quick access to the Intracoastal and the Gulf; lush and abundant tropical landscaping throughout the community.


Siesta Key Village, Glebe Park, St. Boniface Episcopal Church, St. Michael's Catholic Church, Siesta Beach, Crescent Beach, Crescent Beach Village, Point of Rocks, Turtle Beach, Palmer Point Park, Jim Neville Marine Preserve.

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