Home buyers looking for a quiet and suburban residential experience in Southwest Florida should make a point to see what Amberlea in Sarasota has to offer. This is a gated community that feature wide roads, expansive sidewalks, lush and mature landscaping, and very spacious single-family residences. Amberlea will appeal to families, retirees and seasonal residents alike thanks to its prime location, privacy and security.
Listings for properties at Amberlea are not listed too often, and it is easy to see why. This neighborhood started as a suburban subdivision built from the late 1980s to the end of the 20th century. A steady real estate market at that time allowed prospective homeowners to build single-family residences that were more spacious than average for Sarasota. As a result, four-bedroom homes with three full bathrooms built on 3,500 square feet of air-conditioned space are not unusual in Amberlea. The architectural designs include Mediterranean and Florida ranch-style homes, many of which feature share pond or lake views. Pricing starts under $450K.
Amberlea was not always a gated community. The local homeowners association convened in 2006 with the intention of build a gate and add privacy to the neighborhood with vegetation, which resulted in a major appreciation of home values even as the regional housing market was entering a sharp downturn. These days, homeowners association fees at Amberlea are kept very low.
Ashton Elementary, Sarasota Middle Schools and Riverview High School are located very close to the front gate of Amberlea. This is a low-traffic subdivision that is in proximity to three city parks and a major commercial section of Proctor Road. A trip to the beach means driving about six miles to the white sands of Siesta Key, and access to I-75 is less than two miles away.
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