This partially walled property, nestled between three of Sarasota’s most coveted neighborhoods, McClellen Park, Harbor Acres and Paradise Shores, offers a discerning buyer an extraordinary opportunity to design and build the home of their dreams. The home, built in 1941, is in a FEMA flood zone and requires federal/state and local coordination for any type of improvements or rehabilitation. Thus, the existing home is ideal for demolition and construction of a new home. The setting is captivating with the potential of capturing bay vistas from various vantage points. Surrounded by mature vegetation and close to half an acre of land, this piece of paradise can be conveniently accessed from either McClellan Parkway or Oriole Drive. The location is unparalleled. Within a short distance are world-class amenities and attractions such as the renowned Sarasota Memorial Hospital, the vibrant Southside Village, the enchanting Selby Gardens and bustling Downtown Sarasota with its cultural offerings, upscale shopping, and fine dining. For your everyday needs, the convenience of Morton’s Gourmet Market ensures that you have access to a wide variety of culinary delights. Additionally, this area boasts excellent schools, providing quality education options for families. Whether you are envisioning a historic, modern or mid-century architectural style don’t miss the chance to embrace the best of Sarasota living in this sought after neighborhood “West of the Trail.”
Listing courtesy of EXIT KING REALTY.
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