Barrier Islands of Sarasota
Crown Jewels of Sarasota Real Estate
The crown jewels of Sarasota neighborhoods will always be its barrier islands of Siesta Key, Longboat Key, Casey Key, St. Armands, Bird Key, and Lido Key. With world-class championship golf courses, gourmet restaurants, quaint antique stores, live theater, sport fishing, boating, tennis, performing arts, beach walking, galleries, fine dining, collecting seashells and watching spectacular sunsets on the Gulf of Mexico or buying real estate. . . Sarasota has it all!
Beaches, boating, golf, dining, shopping, theater -- there's always things to do in Sarasota and major league sports are an hour away in Tampa. Sophisticated or casual, upscale or economical activities, it's all just minutes away. Each area of Sarasota County has its own personality, and our visitors are delighted to find more vacation variety here than they ever expected. The City of Sarasota is home to gourmet restaurants and chic shops featuring the best items from around the world.
Once known primarily as a vacation or retirement destination, today's Sarasota real estate is home to diversity from mansions, distinctive waterfront properties, private waterfront estates to old Florida cottage charm. A great year-round climate, expanding employment opportunities, abundant leisure time activities and excellent schools attract creative entrepreneurs, real estate investors, skilled workers and professionals who want to thrive in a community where life is sun and fun. Almost half of Sarasota County's population is in the prime working age range of 25 to 64. No matter what your age or stage, there's always something interesting to do. Contact us on the form below if you are interested in our beautiful barrier islands.