Palmer Ranch | Prestancia | The Oaks Club | Country Club of Sarasota Real Estate
Within the many neighborhoods of Palmer Ranch real estate virtually every type of home one could imagine. From modest single family homes, low-rise condominiums, villas, coach homes, maintenance-free and gated communities to expansive estate homes, there is something for everyone’s needs and dreams. All are nestled in the beautiful setting, close to town, convenient to the interstate and just a short drive the area’s famous beaches and cultural center.
This 10,000 acre site in South Sarasota contains 23 distinct neighborhoods and is known for its immaculately tended grounds. Entrances are marked by majestic palms and seasonal plantings. Three golf clubs, Prestancia Golf and Country Club, Country Club of Sarasota and The Oaks Club are located on the grounds of Palmer Ranch. An active community, there are year-round events planned for residents and visitors, including an enormous Spring Fest and its kick-off road race. Children from everywhere are invited to this event that features educational displays and hands-on learning opportunities, as well as fun, games and food.
In addition to the wide variety of residential choices, Palmer Ranch also contains several on-site continuing care retirement facilities. On the opposite end of the life spectrum, a new concept ‘Imagine School” on Palmer Ranch offers charter school education for preschool through middle school students.
The largest master planned community in Sarasota real estate is Palmer Ranch, named for one of the area’s earliest residents Bertha Honore Palmer of the Palmer House Hotel family from Chicago. Mrs. Potter Palmer arrived in Sarasota in February 1910, after the death of her husband. She lived at Spanish Point and managed a huge tract of ranch land in what is now south Sarasota County. At this time there were 850 men, women and children living in Sarasota. Mrs. Palmer became known as “the Queen of Sarasota,” but her reign was short-lived. She died eight years later in 1918, but left a lasting family legacy. Her property was left to her two sons, Honore and Potter, Jr.
- Muirfield Village at Honore
- Arlington Park
- Laurel Park Historic District
- Lido Key Beach
- The Landings | Gated Community
- McClellan Park
- Lakewood Ranch
- Anna Maria Island
- Bird Key
- Casey Key
- Lido Key and St. Armands Circle
- Longboat Key
- Palmer Ranch | Prestancia | The Oaks Club | Country Club of Sarasota
- Downtown Sarasota
- Siesta Key Beach & Village
- The Meadows
- The Oaks
- University Park