Tampa’s Southern Neighbor – Sarasota

About an hour south of of Tampa Bay is the beach city of Sarasota, Florida. You can get there by heading south on I-75 from Tampa or south on I-275 from St. Petersburg. Many refer to Sarasota as the “Cultural Capital” because of the wide array of arts and cultural activities that the city has to offer. People fall in love with Sarasota because it is a smaller community with gorgeous beaches, fabulous restaurants, a multitude of tennis and golf facilities, great schools, arts, culture, Sarasota Film Festival, and a wide array of housing options.

Another great thing about Sarasota is the close proximity to a larger city like Tampa. An hour drive north and you can be eating at the ever popular and delicious Cheesecake Factory, shopping at the International Mall, spending the day with your family at Busch Gardens or playing with animals at the Lowery Park Zoo. Enjoy taking a Saturday and spending the day in Tampa or St. Petersburg.

There are plenty of housing options in Sarasota. One can purchase a multi-million dollar penthouse on the beach, an equestrian estate on acreage, a stunning bay front mansion, a great starter home and everything in between. Snowbirds love to escape the harsh northern winters. Many of the homes and condos in Sarasota, Siesta Key, Bird Key, Lido Key, Longboat Key and Casey Key are second and third homes. If you can’t seem to find a what you are looking for in Tampa Homes, don’t hesitate to contact Marc Rasmussen at 941.812.6272; he can help you find a property in Sarasota. Visit Sarasota homes for sale to view thousands of properties for sale in Sarasota.

One Reply to “Tampa’s Southern Neighbor – Sarasota”

  1. An agent in my office bought a mini home in a retirement park there last year. He got a really good deal on it and went there for his first winter last December. I believe that he will get good use out of it with our long winters here!

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