From waterfront estates and golf communities to downtown condos and historic cottages, Sarasota offers a range of residential options for every lifestyle and price range. Find the perfect home for your boat. Enjoy the social and recreational amenities of country club living. Or get away from it all in your own island retreat. Whatever lifestyle you desire, the possibilities are endless. Architectural styles ranges from Spanish Mediterranean to charming bungalows to the minimalist style of the Sarasota School of Architecture.
Cherokee Park. Located just south of downtown and close to the hospital district, this bayfront neighborhood of traditional and Spanish homes is one of Sarasota’s oldest suburban areas. Wide, quiet streets and sidewalks are lined with mature, tropical trees. Click Here to search Cherokee Park real estate.
Downtown. Bordering Sarasota Bay, downtown Sarasota is booming with new construction. Many new luxury condominiums are under way and several older neighborhoods are being renovated. A thriving arts district, new upscale retail and sophisticated amenities contribute to vibrant city living. Search Downtown Codos
Gulf Gate. Ranch-style homes with barrel tile roofs and well-maintained yards are featured in this quiet older neighborhood near shopping, schools and movie theaters. The Gulf Gate Golf Club offers an 18-hole short course and a nine-hole executive course. Search Gulf Gate Area
Harbor Acres. This elite bayfront community is located between downtown and the hospital district. Architectural styles range from Old Florida to contemporary in this beautifully landscaped neighborhood of timeless charm. Click here to search Harbor Acres homes for sale.
Oyster Bay. Oyster Bay is an upscale bayfront neighborhood concentrated around the Field Club, one of Sarasota’s oldest and most respected private clubs. Here you’ll find classic Old Florida-style homes, executive residences and even a few mansions.Search Oyster Bay homes
The Landings. Located in south Sarasota between Sarasota Bay and Phillippi Creek, The Landings is a gated community of homes and condominiums in a park like setting. The Landings Racquet Club offers tennis, swimming, a clubhouse and gym. The Landings is conveniently located near schools, shopping and restaurants.Search The Landings
McClellan Park. A sense of history permeates this quiet neighborhood of mostly Old Florida homes, many bordering on the Bay. Search McClellan Park Homes
Museum Area. In north Sarasota near the Ringling Museums and Asolo Theatre, you’ll find some of Sarasota’s most majestic bay front estates, comfortably coexisting with smaller, more affordable homes. Mature trees, including stately banyons, grace the winding streets. Search the Museum Area for homes
South Gate. East of Tamiami Trail, not far from the hospital district, Southgate is an older neighborhood that is gaining new attention. Its 2,000 home sites feature ranch-style homes, barrel tile roofs and well-tended lawns. South Gate is close to the beaches, shopping, schools and restaurants. Search South Gate Area