San Remo Estates in Sarasota, “West of the Trail“, is a luxurious and centrally-located residential community and it is one of Southwest Florida’s most exclusive neighborhoods. Located right at the foot of the Siesta Drive causeway and minutes away from the downtown district, the 67 San Remo Estates are part of the most stylish real estate collection in Sarasota.
Most of the single-family homes at San Remo enjoy waterfront views and have direct access to a large boat basin, thus making the neighborhood ideal for yacht owners, fishing enthusiasts, and those who enjoy exploring the bayous and inlets of the Sarasota Bay and barrier islands by kayak or canoe. All homes at San Remo are stately and luxurious. The architectural designs are predominantly Florida ranch-style mansions that have been lovingly renovated over many decades. The landscaping and public spaces are meticulously maintained to reflect the vision of the late American circus magnate John Ringling, who wanted Sarasota to adapt some of the sensibilities found in European cities like Venice.
The floor plans at San Remo vary widely, from two-bedroom and two-bathroom homes resting on 1,886 square feet to five-bedroom and five-bathroom mansions built on 7,664 square feet. Pricing ranges from $425,000 to $4 million. Only a handful of the San Remo properties lack direct access to the water, but all residents can enjoy the boating facilities.
The San Remo Estates neighborhood is a quick bike ride away from Downtown Sarasota and the Siesta Key beaches are within walking distance. The neighborhood is served by Southside Elementary, Sarasota Middle and Sarasota High Schools. San Remo is just a short drive away from all the great amenities of Southwest Florida, from golf to tennis and from cultural events to fishing tournaments.
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