Laurel Oak Estates
Laurel Oak Estates offers the perfect set-up for golfing and tennis enthusiasts alike!
Golf and tennis enthusiasts will adore the homes offered in Laurel Oak Estates. This community is located on over 800 acres of naturally preserved land that houses a variety of different animals including squirrels, and deer and maybe even a fox or two. The homes range from modest yet lovely single-family homes to extravagant mansions with every updated amenity imaginable and thousands upon thousands of square footage. This community affords residents of all ages to live out the lifestyle they’ve always dreamed of. Whether you prefer golfing, tennis, birding, or running, there is something for all!
School-age students that live at Laurel Oaks may attend Tatum Ridge Elementary, McIntosh Middle, and Sarasota High School. This deed-restricted community provides residents, especially those with children, the feeling of safety with gated security around the complex. But the best parts of Laurel Oaks haven’t even been mentioned yet! The Laurel Oak Country Club features Har-Tru tennis courts, which in the past have hosted some of the U.S. Open qualifiers, a large community pool, and reciprocity agreement with Bird Key Yacht Club. For golfing aficionados, there are two championship-level, world-class golf courses where residents can practice their game or enter into a pleasant competition with friends. There is also a colossal clubhouse that spans well over 45,000 square feet for member use. This clubhouse is used to hold a variety of social events, which occur frequently throughout the year, allowing you to engage with neighbors and other club members.
Resting just east of I-75, you are close to all the amenities of Bee Ridge Road. Just a short drive away awaits the endless recreation to be found in downtown Sarasota and on Siesta Key. Downtown Sarasota offers a variety of activities including a tour of the Marie Selby Gardens, the performances showcased at the Florida Studio Theatre, Sarasota Opera House, and Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, and the close-by Ringling Museum of Art. Another destination that outdoor enthusiasts will love is Rothenbach Park, just minutes away. The park offers grilling areas, playgrounds, five miles of paved trails to cycle, jog, or walk, and public restrooms, along with the opportunity to view and hear all of the wildlife that lives in the area.