There is arguably no better address in Sarasota than on the Mainland Bayfront. The perfect marriage of convenience and luxury for those who do not want to sacrifice location or the ability to keep a boat in the backyard exists here. Sarasota’s bay area offers many options of housing on the mainland that avoids the bridges but offers big views of Sarasota bay and world renowned sunsets. Click on the above photo to learn more.
West of Trail homes continue to be the most sought after in the Sarasota market. With all types of architecture from historic to modern available, the West of Trail market has something for even the most discriminating of buyers. Click here to learn more about Sarasota’s hottest market. Click on the above photo to learn more.
Palmer Ranch has it all- over 10,000 acres of master planned perfection, completed with newer construction, great location with proximity to Gulf Beaches and idyllic golf courses. Homes and condominiums range across many price points and the active lifestyle that Palmer Ranch offers is beyond compare. Click on the above photo to learn more.
Lakewood Ranch is located on border of southern Manatee and northern Sarasota counties. It would be hard to find an example of a faster growing or more vibrant community. As one of the largest master planned communities in the nation, Lakewood Ranch has something for everyone. Home to several different villages such as the Country Club, Edgewater, Greenbrook, and Central Park, there is a large variety of housing available in Lakewood Ranch. Click on the above photo to learn more.
Downtown Sarasota is one of Sarasota’s most iconic neighborhoods. Not only is Downtown located close to the Sarasota Bay and marinas, but it is the cultural epicenter of Sarasota. Residents of Downtown are afforded several luxuries: imagine walking to the marina to your boat and for a bite to eat, strolling to the Sarasota Opera House or one of Sarasota’s many art galleries, or even cruising to one of Downtown’s fine dining restaurants or bars to unwind. Click on the photo above to learn more.