The rural feel is starting to fill in! We all like it the way it is out East but everyone has the same desire to live in our East location.
Now Kolter Homes is coming to Palmer & Iona Rd. Their sign is for “ArtistrySarasota.com. Kolter is based out of Palm Beach and will be doing a lifestyle community with amenities. Here is a screen shot of their webpage for the community.
It doesn’t look to be a high density “affordable” housing community as was originally planned a few years back. Which only makes sense. How could affordable housing get to public transportation in the first place this far East? This project should only enhance our property values and with all hope, help expand Palmer Rd. Near Laurel Lakes.
Just sold in The Enclave – Sarasota Florida
I represented the buyer on this beautiful, gift of a deal, Short Sale home for sale in The Enclave. We closed September 12th and it only took the bank 2 months to get the contract to closing. This home is located in The Enclave community, 3 miles east of Cattlemen and I-75.
The home is immaculate with corian countertops, extended lanai, maple cabinets and central vacuum. The home was built by Centex Homes in 2004. The view is private with a massive oak tree in the rear and a slough which divides phase II from phase I in The Enclave.
Bill Travers is The Enclave Neighborhood specialist and knows the market. Contact Bill to know more about The Enclave by clicking here or call him direct at toll free at: 888-206-1175.
Just using my Facebook account, read about this new networking website http://www.sarasotalocal.com/ a community built for people living, working and visiting Sarasota. The Sarasota events, places and people that make this town a great place to play, work and visit!
Join today so you can be updated on what is happening around us, and events we can enjoy.
What a casual night was last night February 8th on Fraser Pine Blvd, when some neighbors got together in a casual event with some drinks, wings, pizza and more….. adults spent the night having fun and watching the kids playing until they dropped.
No invitation was needed… this is definetely something we need to do more often.
After 11 o’clock guys left for the #1 bar or what’eva you want to call it… in the area.
I am sure some where feeling better than others this morning.
Thank you everyone for coming and for the wine, beer, wings, cheese “cubes” and “wrapped”, crackers, shrimps and pizza.
Some pictures in the next blog!