The Floridian Club of Sarasota - Unlike anything you have ever seen before
For those that have experienced the ups and downs of the recent housing market and are now making the smart decision to...
- ONE STORY villas with optional attached garages available for the long term
- Long term 2-10 year freedom leases. After 2 years- leave at any time if life changes! No penalty, no hassles.
- Leases starting at only $1415 a month, (you will want to start calling your friends now!)
- The best benefit of all is NO maintenance Inside or Out! What will you do with all your time?
Life Is About To Get More Interesting…
Amenities and Social Highlights
Running, biking, kayaking, walking, exercising, golfing
And so many more…
PIckleball, Bocce Ball, Beach Entry Pool, Grilling, Walking Paths, Fishing, Observation Deck
Planned Events, Exercise Classes, Lectures, Dances, Fitness Instruction, Happy Hour
Concierge arrangements to local events. World Class Rowing, Chalk Festivals, Art Events and more…
Concierge, Pet Spa, Guest Suites, Golf Cart Charging Stations, RV/Boat Parking, Bistro, Business Center Package acceptance
Venice - Sarasota, Florida
Venice, Florida is a small coastal city in Sarasota County and is approximately 12 miles south of the city of Sarasota. One of the few carefully planned cities in the United States, Venice is artistically landscaped with palms and flowers, and is now a Florida Main Street City, a designation awarded by the State of Florida for Historic Preservation. There you can find outdoor cafés, museums, outdoor arts and crafts festivals, classic car shows, special holiday events parades and other exhibits.
Venice, a bedroom community of Sarasota, is an outdoor playground for those that are active. Miles of bike paths run from Venice to Sarasota on its famous Legacy Trail, along with opportunities for kayaking, boating, running, walking, tennis, 50 area golf courses, and a plethora of other activities.
Breathtaking sunsets along 35 miles of pristine beaches on the Gulf Coast include Venice Beach and Siesta Key Beach (ranked as the top beach in America), along with cultural and educational venues that include the Venice Theater, Venice Symphony, Sarasota Orchestra, Asolo Repertory Theater, Sarasota Ballet, Sarasota Opera, the Ringling Museum, and the Ringling School of Art and Design. World class shopping, restaurants, hotels, fabulous healthcare and so much more has made the Venice-Sarasota area a true well-being retirement destination.
Living in Venice offers opportunities for easy access to 41 (Tamiami Trail, which was the original route of travel for many years that stretched from Tampa to Miami) and I-75, which runs from southern Florida to the northern tip of Michigan. No state income tax, an average of 255 sunny days a year, a small community feel and close to everything Florida has to offer, Venice is one of the top choices by baby boomers wanting an enriching and active lifestyle.