Own your own piece of Florida history at the Frances Carlton condos!
The historic Frances Carlton building was constructed in 1924, noted for its beauty and architecture. When it was renovated and remodeled into a condominium, many people flocked to its doors to become residents because of its history and terrific location in the heart of Sarasota.
This property features breathtaking, historically recognized courtyards, a community swimming pool, gated security, and convenient assigned parking. Another great feature of this property is the opportunity to live a maintenance-free lifestyle and just relax and enjoy the views of the downtown area. The Frances Carlton is also deed-restricted.
If you are looking to find a breathtaking condo with the vintage charm of old-world Florida, then the Frances Carlton may be the perfect place to purchase your next home! Located close to the Sarasota Bay and Downtown, this charming complex places you within minutes from all of the action. Downtown Sarasota is host to a variety of activities, venues, and festivals that suit a variety of interests. It also houses a myriad of high-fashion boutiques, convenient shops, and gourmet restaurants.
Other venues of interest in Downtown include the Marie Selby Gardens, the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, and the Florida Studio Theatre. A weekly event that most people in Sarasota enjoy is the Sarasota Farmers Market held on Saturday mornings. The market is a great place to purchase locally grown produce and other homemade wares. Also, a short distance away rests the entertaining Mote Marine Aquarium, offering an opportunity to learn more about the behind-the-scenes lifestyle of Florida’s underwater wildlife.
If you prefer to spend a day at the beach soaking in the Florida sunshine, then you are also only a short drive from the popular Siesta Key Beach and the more secluded Lido Beach. Siesta Key Beach, ranked top ten beach in the United States multiple times by “Dr. Beach” is consistently noted for its breathtaking blue waters and white quartz sands.