A hidden gem with a convenient location and modern trappings!
If you are looking for a newer home with an ideal location, then Three Oaks may be the right place for you! This deed-restricted community boasts many luxurious Mediterranean-style homes with high ceilings, an abundance of natural light, and other modern conveniences. Built in the early 1990s and 2000s, this community offers a secluded neighborhood with newer construction homes without compromising on proximity to all the perks of Sarasota. Three Oaks is housed in a fantastic school district, making it possible for students to attend Ashton Elementary School, Sarasota Middle School, and Sarasota High School. For afterschool activity, there is also a playground located in the complex where young children can run around and play with their friends in a safe environment.
If you love to golf, there are many options for golfing at your leisure in the area and in nearby Lakewood Ranch, including the TPC Prestancia. Three Oaks is within two miles of Interstate 75, making it conveniently located for all your travel ventures. If you prefer traveling by sea, then you will have no problem finding access to unlimited fishing and boating opportunities because the community is also located within twenty minutes of the Gulf Shore.
Close to downtown Sarasota, you are able to take advantage of an abundance of shopping and dining options. If you are craving Italian, treat yourself to the tasty fare of Caragiulo’s on Palm Avenue or Mediterraneo on Main Street. Just about twenty minutes away from Three Oaks, there rests one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, Siesta Beach on Siesta Key, continually ranked among the most stunning beaches in the country. If you are looking for a cultural or educational experience for the whole family, the Ringling Museum of Art and the Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium provide one-of-a-kind, exceptional opportunities to learn something new about art or science.
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