If you could hand-pick the perfect place to live, create the sort of singularly exclusive home and lifestyle that makes you the envy of others, what specific qualities would you choose? Beautiful weather, nearby beaches and a range of state-of-the-art homes near the water surrounded by lush tropical foliage? The Oaks has all of that, and more.
The Oaks - Osprey Florida
You’re probably picturing a golf-loving community, too, with not one but two pristine golf courses right there in your nei...
I have long been a fan of the museum area - one of Sarasota’s oldest communities and arguably the most eclectic neighborhood of the city. In my opinion (which I’ll admit is undoubtedly biased because I live here!) it is one of the best kept secrets in Sarasota.
Firstly, it is beautiful; dozens of tree canopied streets from which dog walkers, runners and cyclists get plenty of glimpses of Sarasota bay, and there are two waterfront parks, which serve as the social hubs of the neighborhood....
Immediately to the south of the Ringling Museum, tucked between U.S. 41 and Sarasota Bay, the Indian Beach / Sapphire Shores neighborhood cultivates a rich, vibrant and vital northern Sarasota community—an often-overlooked waterfront gem located between the airport and downtown, and immediately convenient to the University Parkway corridor.
The Indian Beach and Sapphire Shores neighborhood dates back to 1891, but it got its first boon in 1911, when John Ringling purchased 20 bayfront acres at...