Location is central to everything and everywhere in Downtown Sarasota near all area Beaches, Marinas, Golf courses, YMCA and Sarasota Bayfront. This Charming Florida style home has been totally updated and stylishly furnished with WIFI, washer and dryer, wood floors, granite, and large TV. The living space is open and there is a screened in lanai facing the back garden. The master has a queen bed and small TV. The second bedroom has two twin beds. Updated bathroom has a tub/shower combo. The Tropically landscaped private backyard has multiple sitting areas, BBQ and a Tiki Hut. It's your own piece of paradise in the City. Home is equipped with beach chairs, coolers, toys and umbrella for your convenience. The Home offers all the comforts of home. Just bring your suitcase.
Walk to the YMCA,grocery shopping and a 40 acre park. Walk to Main Street Sarasota's restaurants, cafes, movie theatre and shops. Close to Siesta Key, St. Armands Circle, Lido Key and Longboat Key. Sarasota's Bayfront Park and Marina is minutes away.
About Sarasota, Arts & Culture
There's no need to stay on the beach to enjoy all that Sarasota has to offer. After all, no matter where you stay the beaches are only minutes away. The mainland is home to many of the attractions and activities that add depth and character to Sarasota vacations.
Off the islands, Sarasota is defined by a rich and varied arts scene that belies the size of the city. There's the famous John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, featuring an enormous selection of paintings -- including one of the biggest collections of Rubens in the world. There's the vibrant gallery scene showcasing Sarasota's talented local artists, as well as visiting collections from artists around the world. And we haven't even started on live performances.
Opera in the historic Sarasota Opera House. The Sarasota Ballet and Sarasota Orchestra. National touring shows in the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall. And three different theater companies all within a mile of each other.
Enjoying the outdoors
Of course Beaches ! Siesta Key - #1 beach in the US, Lido Key. Longboat Key.
Sarasota's natural beauty has made it an international golf destination, with dozens of courses in the area designed by some of the biggest names in the sport.
Bike along the many trails in the area. Play Tennis. Take in a day, dinner or sunset boat cruise from Sarasota's bayfront.
Kayak around the mangroves. Look for Manatees, Dolphins, Pelicans and all of the bird life that call home here.
If you'd rather be a spectator than a participant, head to Ed Smith Stadium, the spring training headquarters of the Baltimore Orioles and home to a minor league franchise.
Sarasota has some of the most extensive public park lands in the state, including the incomparable Myakka State.
Festivals and Events
Sarasota Film Festival in April, Chalk festival in the fall. Thunder on the Bay, Art shows, Food and Wine events.Suncoast Super Boat Grand Prix, Jazz and Blues festivals.Siesta Key Sandcastle Sculping Competition
Discover Sarasota and Her Islands. Home to some of the world's best beaches,award-winning theatres,world-class art museums,family-friendly festivals and unique events. Plus natural and historical attractions like Myakka Park and The Ringling Museum.
Sophisticated shopping, Zagat dining and nightlife on St Armands Circle and Downtown Sarasota.
Beaches : Siesta Key Beach rated #1 beach in the US by Dr, Beach for it's white sugary sand and amenities.
Lido Key Beach is popular with locals with a beach side pavilion and public pool and the famous Tiki Hut bar.
Longboat Key is beautiful and the 30 minute drive to Anna Maria Island is worth the trip.
Sports : Golf, Rowing, Kayaking, Tennis, Fishing, Boating. Kite flying, Wind surfing. Baltimore Orioles spring training.
Festival and Events : Sarasota Film Festival, Chalk Festival, Thunder by the Bay, Chillounge, Wine Fest, Forks and Corks, Blues Fest, St. Armands Jazz Fest, Arts and Craft shows, First Friday Art walks and lots more.
Other Activities: Sea Shell hunting, boating
Keywords: Sarasota Downtown House, Walk to Downtown, Tropical Back yard, Close to Siesta Key, Lido Key, Longboat Key Beaches, St Armands Circle, Marina Jacks, Boating, Golf, Tennis,Orioles Spring training, Ringling Museum, Arts and Culture
Downtown Sarasota residential neighborhood with homes built in the 50's. 2 minute drive and 10 minute walk to Main Street cafes, restaurants and shops. 10 minutes away from Lido Beach and St. Armands Circle,. 20 minutes from Siesta Key. Publix grocery store is 3 blocks away. Payne Park with a cafe, Tennis, running track, children playground is 2 blocks.