House hunters looking for a street address that denotes prestige and a neighborhood that enjoys character should ask their real estate professionals about Laurel Park in Sarasota. This subdivision flows west of the Tamiami Trail towards South Orange Avenue, between Ringling Boulevard and Mound Street; in other words, this is virtually as close as you want to live to Downtown Sarasota.
Laurel Park is endearing for many reasons, and most of them are related to curbside appeal. If you are in the market for a historic home that has been carefully maintained and remodeled over the years, this neighborhood is for you. Since 1925, home builders have developed a diversity of architectural styles that range from Spanish Colonial to New England cottages and from Modern homes to Mediterranean design. Some of the earliest examples of now-classic Sarasota style can be found here.
Prospective buyers can expect listings to start around $525K. Laurel Park is not a cookie-cutter neighborhood by any means; no two listings will look alike. The landscaping is mature and immaculate, and the residents are a mix of families, professionals, retirees, and young artists. Laurel Park is not an example of gentrification; in fact, while other Sarasota districts have yielded to upscale shops and art galleries, this neighborhood has remained staunchly residential.
As a traditional Downtown Sarasota neighborhood, Laurel Park offers residents pedestrian access to everything. Parks, markets, shops, pubs, art galleries, cafes, and restaurants are all within walking distance. Payne Park is the closest family attraction, followed by Island Park and the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens. Even St. Armands Circle and the beaches of Siesta Key are within short driving distances.
Homes for Sale at Laurel Park in Sarasota
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