In 2017, the Sarasota housing market is going through a special period of development that involves the transformation of a few downtown districts. Such is the case with Valencia, an upcoming residential project of elegant townhouses in the upscale Rosemary district.
Valencia at Rosemary Place is a collection of 30 upscale townhouses located in the heart of Downtown Sarasota. At a time when developers are focusing on condominium towers and gated communities, a row of townhouses inspired by the Tuscan style of architecture is certainly a welcome sight.
Valencia is a good example of what circus magnate John Ringling had in mind when he set out to develop Sarasota in the style of Italian coastal villages. Although these are attached properties, they offer plenty of privacy and lots of individual style. In terms of interior space, the Valencia townhouses feature more than 2,000 square feet under air conditioning, three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Each home is packed with extras such as solid wood cabinetry, decorative balconies, gourmet kitchens, and a three-level floor plan that is perfect for families, retirees or single professionals.
The lucky residents of Valencia enjoy living in the trendiest district of Downtown Sarasota, just steps away from pubs, art galleries, performance spaces, shops, boutiques, cafes, and bistros. Everything is conveniently located nearby, from the airport to the beach and from city parks to golf courses.
As of mid-2017, two Valencia units were available and priced to sell under $600K, but these prices will not last very long. Considering the prime Boulevard of the Arts address, pricing at Valencia will likely reach a million dollars over the next few years; this is something that property investors should think about as they look for opportunities in Southwest Florida.
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(all data current as of 11/23/2017)
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