About the Sarasota, Florida Area
Sarasota and it surrounding areas have much to offer in terms of recreation, art and culture and a variety of housing options to suit every need. Below are just of a few of the many options available Now is the perfect time to buy in Sarasota, prices are down from the peak but have stabilized and the inventory is shrinking. No matter what you choice or price range you will something to suit your needs in Sarasota. I looking forward to helping you find you new home.
If you want to live on the water, there are numerous options both on the mainland and the surrounding keys such as Longboat Key, Lido Key, Bird Key, Siesta Key, and Casey Key. You can choose between condominiums directly on the Gulf of Mexico and waterfront single family homes on Sarasota Bay.
For golfers the choice is almost limitless with such communities as Lakewood Ranch, University Park, Palm Aire, Palmer Ranch and The Oaks just to name a few.
The majority of older neighborhoods in Sarasota are in western and northern portions of Sarasota. As with many older neighborhoods they offer a mix of older and newer construction and a neighborhood feel. This is the perfect area for those who like to rehab older homes or tear down and build a new home without being in a suburban environment. Check out neighborhoods such as Indian Beach, Whitfield Estates and Cherokee Park for a more traditional feel.