The Meridian at The Oaks Preserve provides luxurious high-rise living in Sarasota's premier country club community overlooking Little Sarasota Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. This exceptional 8th floor condo offers comfort, convenience, and security along with all of the amenities that are expected in the most desirable waterfront community on Florida's central Gulf Coast. As you enter through the guarded gate, you'll drive though a pristine nature preserve to Tower 4, which many recognize as the most desirable building in the development. Take the elevator directly to the private entrance to unit 804, and open the door to what may be the most spectacular view in all of Sarasota. From the large great room, the open kitchen, and the very large screened balcony, you will see the mangroves, Little Sarasota Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway in the foreground, with Siesta and Casey Keys and the Gulf of Mexico beyond. Imagine the sunsets and night skies here! This large and very comfortable condominium is the coveted Ducal floor plan, with its master suite overlooking the view, a formal dining room, a generous den/office, and two additional bedrooms (one en suite) with sunrise views over the preserve. Important features of this residence include two HVAC systems, electric hurricane shutters and impact glass, two private enclosed garage spaces with workbench and storage cabinets, and a separate climate-controlled storage area on the main level of the building located close to the elevator. Residents of the Meridian enjoy its on-site pool, spa,and fitness center, as well as the remarkable benefits of membership in The Oaks Club. Two exceptional golf courses, Florida's premier tennis program with 12 Har-Tru courts, croquet, pickleball, aquatics, and the WellFit Center meet your fitness requirements, and 3 on-site restaurants and numerous activities feed your culinary and social needs. Oaks Club membership is required. Embrace the luxury lifestyle of The Meridian at The Oaks Preserve!
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