Paradise within your reach
Located on South West Florida’s Sun coast, the Sarasota area is a paradise unto its own. White sand beaches, sophisticated arts, world-class shopping, five star resorts, country clubs of distinction, legendary fine dining and community events coupled with the areas natural beauty and year-round good weather are just a few reasons that Sarasota ranks among the nations 15 most livable communities, according to Money Magazine.
Sarasota, Florida is a hidden gem and not on many people’s radar. Those who have spent any time in this beach paradise understand why people from all over the world flock to this area. Sarasota has grown to be a popular location for retirees, families’ vacationers and northerners looking to escape the bitter, cold winters.
Sarasota, Florida offers a great, relaxing lifestyle. You can enjoy the breathtaking sunsets, educational museums, operas, ballets, plays, golf tournaments, and boat races. You can join in tennis, lawn bowling, water skiing, shell collecting, bird watching, growing exotic tropical plants, university classes, golf, or boating, like to catch fish? Take a boat out and enjoy a day in the Sarasota bay or Gulf of Mexico fishing. One of the biggest draws to Sarasota is the gorgeous beaches. Siesta Key is ranked every year as one of the pretty’s beaches in the world.
The Sarasota real estate market is truly a unique place that unites small town traditions with big city amenities. Homes and condos are plentiful. One can find a charming starter home in a clean, safe area all of the way to a palatial water front mansion. Prices have declined over the last 5 years making it a very good time to be a home buyer. The Sarasota real estate market is making a nice comeback. When the housing bubble burst several years ago, many buyers took a break from one of south Florida’s most popular areas. Now, with Siesta Key taking honors once again in Dr. Beach’s Top 10 Best Beaches list, and Sarasota named as the Best Place to Retire by Portfolio.com in 2010, along with the unbelievable winter of 2011, buyers are back in full force.