Sarasota's Top Neighborhoods
All My Sons Moving & Storage Sarasota knows that moving is never easy, especially if you are moving far enough away that you don’t really know the area you are moving to. If you are moving to Sarasota from out of town and have no idea what the best neighborhoods are that you should house hunt in, our Sarasota movers have created a list of the most sought after neighborhoods in the area.
Laurel Park – Laurel Park is located in downtown Sarasota and was designated a National Register of Historic Places District back in 2008. When moving to Sarasota, Laurel Park is the ultimate neighborhood for residents who are looking for a historical atmosphere and extreme walkability to local amenities. Picture historic homes, brick streets, and Spanish moss creating a canopy over streets.
Gillespie Park – Sarasota movers have been noticing that Gillespie Park is rising in popularity in terms of people moving into the neighborhood. It is important to keep in mind that this Sarasota neighborhood may not be for everyone, but if you are looking for a 1920’s bungalow or ranch-style home, this is the perfect neighborhood for you. If you are moving to Sarasota and looking to rent, Gillespie Park also has rental options.
Lakewood Ranch – Located on the Sarasota-Manatee county line, Lakewood Ranch has homes that can match any style and price that you are searching for; from townhouses to million-dollar estates, recreational facilities, swimming pools, polo clubs, and hiking trails. Lakewood Ranch is also known as a “green” community because its construction since 2005 has been required to follow Florida Green Building Coalition standards.
Indian Beach Sapphire Shores – If you are house hunting the Sarasota area for a historic home that dates back to the Roaring Twenties, Indian Beach Sapphire Shores is the perfect neighborhood to suit your classic, Gatsby taste. This Sarasota neighborhood draws wealthy professionals as well as college students and instructors since it is near New College of Florida and the Ringling College of Art and Design.
Siesta Key – Siesta Key is famous for its sparkling sand. In fact, the area has won accolades for it. The Turtle Beach area of Siesta Key is decorated in natural tropical foliage and is the ultimate Sarasota neighborhood for those who are looking to live a beach staycation lifestyle.
Whenever you are ready to move to the 941, All My Sons Sarasota can help make your move as seamless as possible. Once you get there and our movers have you settled in, you can act like a local and ask your neighbors “what’s the 941?” – which means ‘what’s going on in town right now’, much like “what’s the 411?”. Catch a show at the “purple cow”, find your neighbors at the Bayfront Park when they say “meet me at Marina Jack’s”, and never forget about joining in on the fun every October for Stone Crab season.