Welcome to The Nautilus! Our newly constructed luxury home is now accepting reservations. Our array of amenities and easy access to Point of Rocks Beach creates an ideal setting for large families or groups with up to 24 people.
Inside you’ll enjoy contemporary porcelain wood style flooring throughout the entire three-story building, an elevator to access each landing from the ground floor, gorgeous and decadent oversized bathrooms, new appliances, oversized washers/dryers, quartz counters and state of the art stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and four verandas offering breathtaking views of your very own two private pools and Point of Rocks road among many great amenities.
Downstairs, you'll enjoy your very own private cabana pool side that boast lounging for your group as well as a outdoor refrigerator, barbeque grill and a HDTV wall mounted TV for your favorite shows. The over-sized garage comes complete with bicycles, beach chairs, a cooler and beach caddy so that your three minute walk to our pristine beach is truly effortless.
A configuration featuring two homes (Casa Tegula and Casa Stolida), each cottage of The Nautilus offers 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with their own heated pool and private cabanas located just a moments walk to Point of Rocks Beach. In each home, there are 2 bedrooms with King beds and 1 Chair Sofa Sleeper (sleeping 3 in each room) and 1 bedroom with a King (sleeps 2) and 1 bedroom with a Queen (sleeps 2). Enjoy a plush and comfy Queen sofa sleeper in the living room (sleeps 2). Casa Tegula and Casa Stolida sleeps 12 in each with maximum comfort because of their open and spacious floorplans.
Two full size laundries inside the home assure you an abundance of clean clothes and towels. Plenty of bicycles and beach accessories are available for your enjoyment and are located in the garages. Perfect for larger parties celebrating family reunions, weddings, special events and corporate retreats.
Point of Rocks, located just south of the Stickney Point Bridge, the most notable location on Siesta Key, is blessed with the soft, white quartz sand found on Siesta Key beach, but geologically unique and named for the formation of limestone rock that extends from the beach out into the Gulf of Mexico. This location has become home to a wide array of tropical fish and is not only a great environment for fishing, but the only real location for great snorkeling on the Island.
Within walking distance [most less than ¼ of a mile] you’ll find all of the great shops, markets, bars and restaurants located in the South Village-Crescent Beach area. Here you’ll find the Crescent Beach Grocery, a gourmet market that features one of the best butcher shops in Sarasota as well as an amazing wine selection. “Big Water Fish Market” located in the Crescent Beach shopping plaza at 6641 Midnight Pass Road is the only fish market available on Siesta Key. “CBs Bait and Tackle Shop” at Stickney Point Bridge offers both fishing tackle, fishing guides and boat rentals.
Restaurants in the immediate area include some of the best on Siesta Key: Miguel’s, Capt Curt’s, Turtle’s on Little Sarasota Bay, Ophelia’s on the Bay, Clayton’s Siesta Grill, Crescent Club, City Pizza and Anna’s Deli II just to mention a few. Davidson’s Drug, the US Post office and numerous souvenir shops, giftware shops, and eateries await your adventuresome spirit. Siesta Key Public beach is about 2 miles north on Midnight Pass Rd and provides parking capability for 800 cars along with restrooms, etc.
Siesta Key’s North Village is 2.8 miles north and is always a lot of fun with many restaurants, shops, and attractions. The city of Sarasota is filled with restaurants, art galleries, museums, shopping opportunities, theaters, etc., and offers much to do and see.
Casa Stolida and Casa Tegula make up The Nautilus.